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ISBN:
0071151435
Author:
Bradley
Category:
Programming
Language:
English
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Education (ISE Editions) (January 2003)
Pages:
672 pages
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1279 kb
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1570 kb
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Advanced Programming Using Visual Basic. NET, by best-selling authors Bradley & Millspaugh. Book Condition: An apparently unread copy in perfect condition. Dust cover is intact; pages are clean and are not marred by notes or folds of any kind.

Advanced Programming Using Visual Basic.

Anita Millspaugh teaches programming courses in Visual Basic, C++, and Java at Mt. San Antonio College and has served as chair of the department for 8 years. She received her MBA from California State Polytechnic University, with a bachelor's degree in Computer Information Systems. So if you have "Programming in Visual Basic 2008" and are happy with it, then there is no reason to get this book (it contains the same exact chapters, programming exercises et. As for learning VB, the book does an ok job.

Описание: "Advanced Programming Using Visual Basic. NET", by best-selling authors Bradley and Millspaugh, maintains the strong pedagogy that has helped thousands of students learn to program in Visual Basic

Описание: "Advanced Programming Using Visual Basic. NET", by best-selling authors Bradley and Millspaugh, maintains the strong pedagogy that has helped thousands of students learn to program in Visual Basic. Advanced Programming in Visual Basic. NET" follows the conventions, standards, and logic introduced in the authors' beginning Visual Basic text.

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This book teaches Visual Basic programming with a focus on the most required skills in the industry. It enables readers to develop awareness of the concepts behind Visual Basic through hands-on teaching. Each chapter presents a short theory basis of the topic to be covered and then involves readers directly into a guided Visual Basic project building activity. If you are even thinking about programming in Visual Basic, this book should be in your collection. I can't wait to see what Millspaugh and Bradley have cooked up for their. Penne C. Ainsworth, Julia Case Bradley. Programming In Visual Basic . Programming in Visual Basic 2010.

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Advanced Programming in Visual Basic.

Advanced Programming in Visual Basic. NET", by best-selling authors Bradley and Millspaugh, maintains the strong pedagogy that has been used to teach students how to program in Visual Basic since VB . Instructors and students like this book because it does not just teach Visual Basic, it incorporates basic concepts of programming, problem solving, and programming logic. Format Mixed media product 572 pages.

Computer and Information Technology. Contents Bradley−Millspaugh, Advanced Programming Using Visual Basic 2008 Front Matter. 1. Preface To the Student. VB is easy to learn, which makes it an excellent tool for understanding programming concepts. In addition, it has evolved into such a powerful and popular product that skilled Visual Basic programmers are in demand in the job market. Visual Basic 2008, the latest version of VB, has many new features, especially in queries and Web application development.

  • Nawenadet
I noticed Julia Case Bradley stops bringing new edition because most businesses are moving toward C#. I started using this title since VB6 and then VB.NET 2008.

The contents of the books are well-organized. It has tones of examples with graphics and code on each section of the book. To make sure that you understand what you're studying, there's a project at the end of each chapter.

I wish the authors produce some books in C# like that.
  • crazy mashine
I have to agree with the majority of the reviews concerning this book. It's a very difficult book to read, and grasp the first (or second) time around. The information just does not seem to flow very well, at least to me.

You can learn from it, however the average student is probably going to have a hard time grasping the information the way it's laid out. I hope the newest edition for VB 2008 has been completely redone, and they just didn't copy 90% of this book and throw it into the latest book. Maybe I was spoiled by Diane Zak's books, I don't know.

I really enjoy VB programming in school, and I never view the assignments as homework. But, after this book I found myself even wondering if I could do the work because the book was so vague in many areas.
  • Bad Sunny
Very good book for advancing your Visual Basic.NET programming skills, useful for people who have gone through an introductory VB.NET programming course and want to expand their skills.
  • ME
Wow.. This is the first textbook I've ever had that I will gladly throw away when class is over. I have a WHOLE bookshelf of books from previous classes that I refer back to. This won't be one of them. I will never touch this book again. Chapters 3-5 on databases are a mess. Reading it is a mess. Trying to understand it is a mess. The Database interaction is taught using one method, then gears are switched and then it is all switched again. There is no coherency to this method. My VB class (including instructor) all agree on this. The class tried to go by the book and it just pushed our class out by 2-3 weeks and we are now playing catch up. I am suspect of any further information later in this book due to the problems in those chapters.

A breakdown in the separate ideas being presented is necessary before throwing it all into an application and then left wondering why it doesn't work.

There is just no logical progression in how this book is laid out. It is like throwing paint on a wall and trying to figure it out.. Needs more organization! I can't turn to any particular section in each of those chapters and see a logical progression.

Something like..

Step 1.. What are the different parts to the database app.. Tableadapters.. Bindingsource.. Dataset.. What do they do.
Step 2.. Do a simple database application..
Step 3.. add some ideas on what can enhance it. Filters.. More complicated binding of fields..
Step 4.. add those ideas to the application..
and so on..

Also would be nice to have more diagrams showing what all is happening here?

Also, what is up with the brief commenting of the code in the examples? A chapter before/after the code example is so much less informative if you have to keep dissecting the code examples to see what the author is referring to.

I will make sure my review of my class includes that the class was crippled due to the textbook and I will implore the school drop it for any future classes.

Oh... Appendix B is pretty good. Well thought out and a good recap of introduction to VB. The same care should have been paid to chapters 3-5. Maybe I'll rip out that appendix and keep it.
  • ᴜɴɪᴄᴏʀɴ
This book is a course requirement. It describes exercises step by step with lots of helpful instructions and pictures. Excellent for beginners in Visual Basic. The shipping was fast and the book quality was just as described.
  • Exellent
EXCELLENT CONDITION
  • Arador
The book looks fine to me especially it is used book. If it is about the programming materials, I have not read it yet. But I know for sure it's great book. I have an old programming book by the same author. She makes it easy to understand.
Need to work in a more basic text before you try this one