so i am a fresh graduate student i want to learn vb.net 2 years ago
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How I did it: i took the subject at university it was pretty easy just a few hour of lab training and memorizing a few sin-tasks that are important, but the most important thing behind it is to know how to solve the problem and you need a good background of algebra to be able to be a good programmer . Read how I did it… 3 years ago
I purchased a copy of Visual Studio 2008 (.NET) and a book on VB.NET programming at the end of last summer. I had read through the first 16 chapters and was starting on the design of an application project that I planned to use as practice. However, at the end of September, I came down with a very serious case of H1N1, from which I only really recovered in January. Since then, I’ve been trying to get back to the projects I put aside while I got better—including this one. Today I’m halfway through re-reading the chapters I had already been through when I became ill and have progressed with the design for my application to the point where I’m almost ready to begin coding. 3 years ago
hi i am muneeb from pakistan and doing BCS in SALU in sukkur pakistan and i want be a good software builter. therefore i am signing up this site and i wish every one be friendly in learning VB .Net thanks 4 years ago
I’ve got a handful of ideas I could use this for, but for the meantime, I’m more occupied with other projects. This will probably have to go to the relatively distant future, if ever. For now, maybe I’ll start trying to convince the people I know that know VB.NET or C# that they need to start doing volunteer work for me lol.
I’ll keep this on my list for now, but if I run out of room on my 43things and need another slot, this may get bumped(along with my other programming goal). 5 years ago
I’m on chapter 4 of the textbook, and I’ve learned a lot of information that will carry over to Visual C++/C# as well. Good stuff. 6 years ago
I’ve been an ASP scripter for 8 years, but now I need to learn .NET for various projects – It sure looks like C# was developed so that programmer-types that don’t do web could put out dynamic websites. There doesn’t appear to be any real advantage for an experienced web-developer, however. I could be wrong.
ASP.NET makes everything more difficult than it needs to me, in my beginner, newbie opinion. Take the simple “response.write” for example. In ASP, I can simply put ”= somestring” and be done with it. In .NET, everything must be declared, defined, and messed with in too many ways.
What do I care if a variable is a strng or an integer, or a double? WHo SHOULD care? no one… exactly! That’s what I love about PHP and ASP – no variable types. PLEASE!!!! All you programmers with your RULES need to lighten up – it’s just WEB, for crying out loud! I see posts all over the place where programmers are saying things like “by doing such and such, you are violating standards of this group.” Holey Smokes! Why should I be forced to define scope and class and everything else? IT’S JUST THE WEB! ASP and PHP can produce everything I’m looking for quite easily.
NOw, I could be ignoring scalability or security, but I don’t think so. I see .asp and .php sites that are mamoth and run just fine. I see far more .aspx pages that are broken, or .NET sites that are slow. Scarry!
Well – It’s off to find some free learning sites, eh? 6 years ago
There are some good tutorials online for vb.net
Also you can download some sample applications from Microsoft:http://asp.net/downloads/starterkits/default.aspx?tabid=62 6 years ago
I’m just starting to learn VB.NET and was wandering if anyone knows any good books to get me going? Or even good tutorials on the internet? 6 years ago
We’re on to ADO.net and ASP.net and then we’re done! Sure, I imagine this is just skimming the surface, but I’m pretty comfortable with it now. 7 years ago
got myself a sams book vb.net unleashed..
theres one thing thats bugging me,though
i do have visual studio installed on my comp,but i have only one computer.. will that be okay ?
i mean,me having only one computer,because at some point databases are going to be involved , right ?
would appreciate any advice 7 years ago
Okay, I’ve installed Visual Studio Pro on my work machine, and I have two Wrox books on VB.Net sitting on the corner of my desk, so now I just need to get my butt in gear and start working through the books. 7 years ago
It looks like the company I work for is going to continue to cuddle closer and closer to Microsoft; I doubt that I’ll be moving out of the valley any time soon; and I doubt that I’ll find any better job here in the valley. This all leads me to the conclusion that I might as well learn the language to try to keep my programming skills somewhat useful for the company, before some college kid comes in and steals my job out from under me because I’ve become obsolescent. I already bought a couple of books, and now I just need to install the software and get cracking. I suppose it would also be nice to have it at home, but that means that I need to get a Windows 2000 or XP box at home, too. More money for Mr. Gates, as though he needs it… 7 years ago
I just got the compiler; I’ll be starting with an “advanced” class in the spring. I already do VB6 and VBA 6.3, so I plan to pick it up without difficulty. 7 years ago
VB .Net is easy to learn, especially if you’re already a Visual Basic 6 programmer. It’s also very readable if you’re not used to older object oriented languages, like C++ and Java. However, I strongly suggest learning C#, too, or first if you can. Although all .Net languages compile to MSIL (Microsoft Intermediate Language), C# is paying better and has more jobs available on the market. Also, the Microsoft documentation and marketing push is focused on C#.
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I used to do VB, but got into web programming, asp and asp.net. Now I need to change jobs, and all are asking for VB or VB.net. I bought a book to help me learn it, but its in the same vain as all IT books – soooo boring.
Any one got any ideas on what and how to go about doing this? 8 years ago