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Gain a solid understanding of Visual Basic 2010 and the .NET 4 Framework
Visual Basic 2010 boasts exciting new features and capabilities that cement its position as a true object-oriented language and provide you with access to new and better technologies. This invaluable book covers Visual Basic from start to finish and discusses the new enhancements to Visual Basic 2010. The team of expert authors explains how VB 2010 can be combined with .NET 4 to build applications using Windows Presentation Foundation, Windows Forms, Visual Studio Tools for Office, and apps and libraries based on the Windows Communication Foundation, the Windows Workflow Foundation, and SharePoint.
Professional Visual Basic 2010 and .NET 4:
Examines core language elements and development tools
Explores object-oriented and parallel programming
Examines exception handling, debug and trace logging, as well as historical debugging in Visual Studio® 2010
Describes common structures and tools used to contain, access, and transfer data
Focuses on creating componentized applications for client and web-based solutions
Reviews the latest new application development technologies including: Silverlight, SharePoint®, WCF, Workflow and WPF
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Bill Sheldon is a Microsoft MVP for Visual Basic and a Principal Engineer with InterKnowlogy.
Billy Hollis is MSDN Regional Director of Developer Relations for Microsoft in Nashville, Tennessee.
Kent Sharkey is an independent software consultant and former content strategist for MSDN.
Jonathan Marbutt is Vice President of Development for WayCool Software, Inc.
Rob Windsor is a Microsoft MVP and a Senior Consultant with ObjectSharp.
Gastón C. Hillar is an independent software consultant, specialized in parallelism and multicore.