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VB.NET Uncovered: Big Changes

  • October 21, 2002
  • By Karl Moore
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This week, we've taken yet another lightning VB.NET tour.

We've covered Windows Forms, the new controls, property changes, Anchoring and Docking, plus Visual Inheritance.

Then we moved onto namespaces and the various code changes in VB.NET, whilst continuing to learn more about the development environment. And if you have any questions, don't forget to stop by our .NET Forum.

In the next instalment, we'll start working with the Web, with an exciting look at Web Forms. After that, we'll be looking at Web Services, ADO.NET and the Object Oriented features of VB.NET.

There's plenty more to come - but don't forget, we can't hope to cover absolutely everything in these beta tutorials. Therefore - play, play, play! Discover, explore! Find out for yourself!

VB.NET is a confusing tool. It's frustrating, slow and buggy. But by experimenting now, you're keeping yourself ahead of the crowd.

So well done, my friend! I hope to see you again next week.

This is Karl Moore signing off for tonight, wishing you a very good evening. Goodnight!

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