Microsoft® Visual Basic® 2005 Express Edition: Build a Program Now!

Microsoft® Visual Basic® 2005 Express Edition: Build a Program Now!
Published:November 18, 2005Language:English
Author:Patrice PellandTechnology:Microsoft Visual Studio 2005
Length:224 PagesISBN 13:9780735622135

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$ 16.99
About The BookThis book’s quick-start, project-based approach makes building new programming skills fun and fast!

Build your own Web browser, desktop weather station, or other cool application—without any programming experience! Featuring learn-by-doing projects and plenty of visual examples, this hands-on book is your quick start to creating applications for Microsoft Windows.

Have fun as you discover how to:
  • Design a rich user interface with easy-to-use tools

  • “Drag and drop” text boxes, buttons, and other controls into your application

  • Add database and reporting capabilities

  • Exploit features that reduce the amount of code you write

  • Find and fix any bugs

  • Roll-out and share your application


  • CD Includes:
  • Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition

  • Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition
  • About Patrice PellandPatrice Pelland is a development lead at Microsoft with more than a dozen years of experience designing software. He is also an experienced mentor and instructor of programmers at all skill levels.
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