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Klaus L¿ffelmann is a Microsoft MVP for Visual Basic .NET, and has been a professional software developer for over 20 years. He has written several books about Visual Basic, and is the owner and founder of ActiveDevelop in Lippstadt, Germany, a company specializing in software development, localization, technical literature and training/coaching with Microsoft technologies.
Table of Contents
- Beginning with Language and Tools
- Chapter 1: Beginners All-Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code
- Chapter 2: Introduction to the .NET Framework
- Chapter 3: Sightseeing
- Chapter 4: Introduction to Windows Forms-Designers and Code Editor by Example
- Chapter 5: Introduction to Windows Presentation Foundation
- Chapter 6: The Essential .NET Data Types
- Object-Oriented Programming
- Chapter 7: A Brief Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming
- Chapter 8: Class Begins
- Chapter 9: First Class Programming
- Chapter 10: Class Inheritance and Polymorphism
- Chapter 11: Developing Value Types
- Chapter 12: Typecasting and Boxing Value Types
- Chapter 13: Dispose, Finalize, and the Garbage Collector
- Chapter 14: Operators for Custom Types
- Chapter 15: Events, Delegates, and Lambda Expressions
- Chapter 16: Enumerations
- Chapter 17: Developing with Generics
- Chapter 18: Advanced Types
- Programming with .NET Framework Data Structures
- Chapter 19: Arrays and Collections
- Chapter 20: Serialization
- Chapter 21: Attributes and Reflection
- Development Simplifications in Visual Basic 2010
- Chapter 22: Using My as a Shortcut to Common Framework Functions
- Chapter 23: The Application Framework
- Language-Integrated Query-LINQ
- Chapter 24: Introduction to LINQ (Language-Integrated Query)
- Chapter 25: LINQ to Objects
- Chapter 26: LINQ to XML
- Chapter 27: LINQ to Entities: Programming with Entity Framework
- Parallelizing Applications
- Chapter 28: Programming with the Task Parallel Library (TPL)