Friday, August 12, 2005

Visual Basic 2005 Jumpstart

I have a new book that is going to be published in early September '05. This book is targeted at VB6 programmers who are hesitating to move to the new Visual Basic 2005. While it is understandable why VB6 programmers are reluctant to move to the .NET platform, Visual Basic 2005 should ease their migration woes as a lot of familar features in VB6 are available in Visual Basic 2005. Go on, take a look at the book and let me know if it is useful to getting you started in .NET.

Here is a brief synopsis of the book:

"Okay, VB6 developers--time's up. Microsoft no longer supports this version of Visual Basic, but VB 2005 offers several attractive reasons to upgrade. Our jumpstart guide lets you test-drive the beta version of VB 2005 with three hands-on projects that let you learn the new syntax quickly. It's the painless way to migrate, and the perfect training manual for moving to the world of .NET. "

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