Sams Teach Yourself Visual Studio .NET 2003 in 21 Days
by Jason Beres
Publisher: Sams 2003
Number of pages: 696
This book will help developers that are new to application development and experienced developers understand how to use the .NET Framework and Visual Studio .NET to rapidly develop any type of computer application. The book will guide the developer through using the VS .NET IDE, the Visual Basic .NET and C# language, and the supporting tools available from Microsoft to create Windows and Web-based applications.
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