Visual Basic 2010 Unleashed

Visual Basic 2010 Unleashed
Alessandro Del Sole
17 May 2010
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Foreword by Beth MassiSenior Program Manager, Microsoft Visual StudioVisual Basic 2010 Unleashed is the most comprehensive, practical reference to modern object-oriented programming with Visual Basic 2010. Written by Visual Basic MVP Alessandro Del Sole, a long-time leader of the global VB community, this book illuminates the core of the VB language and demonstrates its effective use in a wide variety of programming scenarios.

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Lazy Gator said
You might want to check this one out in a local book store before purchasing it. I ordered it from Amazon for my Kindle and wish I would have looked at the physical book beforehand.

It's the style of writing that bothers me. I'm sure there is good information in the book; however, the way the author (or editor) writes/speaks is annoying. For example, "Pay attention about using Char data types. Char represents a single character and differs from String because the latter one represents a set of characters." The many chapters I've read so far are just like this. Also, the author keeps stating he'll be getting to things later in the chapter.

Overall, I find it difficult to follow. Almost like listening to someone who hasn't learned the English language very well.

A. Obelink said
I highly recommend this book. If you want to learn Visual Basic 2010... this book is great! If you already a professional Visual Basic .NET developer and you want to learn the differences with the 2010 release of Visual Basic.. this book is great too! The first computer book since two years which is lying beside my bed...

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