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Old October 7th, 2003, 01:23 PM
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Question Need a Good Book

Can someone direct me to a really good book on like lets say a vb.net code dictionary. I have been coding for 3 years now in php and mysql so i know i could pick vb.net up quick if i had the right book. Right now i have Beginning VB.net by wrox and a Microsoft Book and a Vb.net book by visual blue print. Any other ones you can think of that are really good. Thanks in advanced.

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Are you using VB.NET for the web or application programming?

If it's for web, I'd recommend you check out C# - it is more similar to PHP than VB. I have "Beginning ASP.NET using C#" from Wrox, which I've found pretty good. Hopefully you can still get it. I also have "OOP with .NET (VB.NET & C#)" from MS Press, which I wouldn't recommend.

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App programming

ya i am using it for app programming and i would like it to be vb.net. Don't really care to learn c# at this moment just because vb.net will be a course in college that i am taking. anymore books that you have read on the subject that you could recommend?

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That's all I've read so far. I don't think I'll purchase anymore. You can learn most things pretty well via the web these days. I come from a VB/ASP background, so obviously my prior knowledge will help me out a bit.

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roger that, could i add you to my buddy list if i ever have some questions? or can we not do that on this site.

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