© 2002

Karl Moore’s Visual Basic .NET: The Tutorials

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxii
  2. Beginning VB .NET

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Karl Moore
      Pages 51-70
    3. Karl Moore
      Pages 95-116
  3. Doing Databases

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 117-117
    2. Karl Moore
      Pages 119-135
    3. Karl Moore
      Pages 137-164
    4. Karl Moore
      Pages 165-188
    5. Karl Moore
      Pages 219-239
  4. Working the Web

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 241-241
    2. Karl Moore
      Pages 243-276
  5. Going Mobile

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 319-319
    2. Karl Moore
      Pages 321-342

About this book


Most programming books are about as exciting as Bill Gates' left ear. But with this latest eye-opening release, technology author Karl Moore shows it doesn't have to be quite so dull and uninspiring. Split into eight dynamic parts, Karl Moore's Visual Basic .NET covers every key area of real-life computer developmentand promises to turn even newbie programmers into VB .NET wizards, quicker than anyone else. It's a perfect tutorial guide for those learning VB .NET from scratch or moving from VB6.

Karl Moore's Visual Basic .NET: The Tutorials consists of a number of key tutorials, each dealing with a specific, "real-life" area of programming. The tutorials are broken down into easily digestible 10-page installments, with an accompanying FAQ and review sheet at the close. Numerous "top tips" are also distributed throughout the texts to aid understanding.


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About the authors

Karl Moore lives in Yorkshire, England. He is author of Karl Moore's Visual Basic .NET: The Tutorials and runs his own international consultancy group, White Cliff Computing Ltd. Karl regularly presents at industry conferences and is featured in leading development magazines, plus he's a frequent voice on BBC Radio. You can visit his official website at

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From the reviews:

"As the title implies, the material is presented as a series of eight tutorials. … There are plenty of illustrative screen shots, suitably scaled and never far from the text that refers to them. … A large volume of source code for examples in the book is available from the publisher’s website … freely available. … It is an excellent book whether for a beginner starting on the latest version of Visual Basic, or someone who wants to update to the .NET version." (Philip Ballinger, Computer Bulletin – online, March, 2003)