Our comprehensive Visual Basic .NET course provides in-depth coverage of Visual Basic .NET features—from fundamental to advanced topics with instruction by industry experts Andy Baron, Mary Chipman, and Ken Getz. This course will get you up to speed on all the VB .NET features and programming requirements including: VB .NET language features, the .NET framework, ADO.NET, object-oriented programming, Windows Forms, XCopy deployment, and much more...
Course includes 78+ hours of total training time...
In the first part of this course you will learn how to use Visual Studio .NET and Visual Basic .NET to build applications to run on the .NET platform. You will become familiar with the new Visual Basic .NET programming syntax including new object-oriented enhancements like inheritance. This course teaches you how to create Windows Forms and trap Windows Forms Events. You will learn how to access data using the new objects in ADO.NET including the DataReader, DataAdapter, and DataSet. Learn to build solid applications using the new Try/Catch block and Exception Object for efficient error trapping and Event logging and Breakpoints for effective debugging.
Once you have mastered the basics of Visual Basic .NET, you will learn how to access legacy code in COM components through Visual Basic .NET. Understand how to use ADO.NET to manage data through table constraints, data-binding and transactions. Tap into the Internet by building Web-based application and XML Web Services including understanding Microsoft's SOAP toolkit, UDDI, and how to build Web Services consumers. Learn how to leverage the security features in the .NET framework to lock down your application and build powerful reports using Crystal Reports. Deploy your application effortlessly by understanding how to create Windows Installer Packages.
are all Senior Consultants with MCW
Technologies, a Microsoft Solution Provider. All have been Microsoft MVPs
since 1995. When not creating applications for clients, Andy, Mary, and
Ken write articles for technical journals such as MSDN, Visual Basic
Programmer's Journal, asp.netPRO, Access-VB-SQL Advisor, MsOfficePro, and
SQL Server Magazine, and have written over 10 technical books on various
development topics. All three authors speak regularly at industry
conferences, including Microsoft's Tech-Ed and DevDays, DevConnections,
VBITS, and Advisor Devcon.