The author holds a Bachelor Degree in Mathematics, a Master Degree in Management and a Doctoral Degree in Business Administration(University of South Australia).
He has been involved in programming for more than 15 years. He created the popular online Visual Basic Tutorial at www.vbtutor.net in 1996 and since then our web site has attracted millions of visitors .It is the top ranked Visual Basic tutorial website in many search engines including Google. He has also written a few Visual Basic books as well as other books. Among them, Visual Basic 2010 Made Easy and Visual Basic ® 6 Made Easy: A Complete Tutorial for Beginners are most suitable to be used as reference textbooks for Visual Basic.
For introductory courses in Visual Basic Programming, offered in departments of Information Technology, Computer Science or Business.
Merging the concept of a lab manual with that of a conventional textbook, the Deitels have crafted an innovative approach that enables students to learn programming while having a mentor-like book by their side. This best-seller blends the Deitel™ signature Live-Code™ Approach with their Application-Driven™ methodology.¿ Students learn programming and Visual Basic by working through a set of applications.¿ Each tutorial builds upon previously learned concepts while learning new ones. An abundance of self assessment exercises are available at the end of most chapters to reinforce key ideas.¿
This approach makes it possible to cover a wealth of programming constructs within the Visual Basic 2010 environment.
Take control of Visual Basic 2010—for everything from basic Windows and web development to advanced multithreaded applications. Written by Visual Basic experts, this handbook provides an in-depth reference on language concepts and features, as well as scenario-based guidance for putting Visual Basic to work. It's ideal whether you’re creating new applications with Visual Basic 2010 or upgrading projects built with an earlier version of the language.
Discover how to:Use Visual Basic 2010 for Windows Forms and Windows Presentation Foundation projects Build robust code using object-oriented programming techniques, such as classes and types Work with events and delegates—and add your own events to custom classes Program arrays, collections, and other data structures in the Microsoft .NET Framework Solve problems quickly and easily using My namespace in Visual Basic Dive into Microsoft LINQ, including LINQ to XML and LINQ to Entities Tackle threading, multitasking, and multiprocessor development and debugging
Learn the fundamentals of modern programming with Visual Basic 2012—and begin building your first Windows 8 apps for the desktop. If you have absolutely no previous experience with Visual Basic, no problem—simply start here! This book introduces must-know concepts and techniques through easy-to-follow explanations, examples, and exercises.
Here’s where you start learning Visual BasicLearn the fundamentals of programming with Visual Basic Discover how to to bind controls to data Design and interact with user interfaces built with XAML Build and debug complete applications Learn the basics of Windows 8 application design Find out how to deliver your applications to the Windows Store
A variety of examples make learning Visual Basic Features concepts both fun and practical. This manual is organized in such a manner that students and programmers with prior knowledge of programming can find it easy, crisp and readable.
Programming basics in Visual Basic 6.0 with Simple language has been adopted to make the topics easy and clear to the readers
Topics have been covered with numerous illustrations and tested VB programs through Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0.
Enough examples have been used to explain various Programming Constructs effectively. This manual also consists of tested programs so as to enable the readers to learn the logic of programming
Use of various controls are simplified through real world applications.
All Visual Basic 6.0 Standard Controls and important activex controls are covered.
Samples are presented in easy to use way through Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0.