Review: Visual Basic 2005 for Programmers, 2nd Edition
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by Jason N. Gaylord
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There are a couple of flaws with this book that I can see.  If you want to learn ADO.NET, this book definitely misses that.  The issue the Deitel's ran into was deciding where to draw the line in database development content.  Since this book is geared towards education, it would have been nice to see more database content.  The other flaw that I see is the chapter layout.  This might be a personal preference rather than a flaw, but I would liked to have seen file access and database development earlier than graphical content.  The database chapter contains a section that discusses reading and writing XML with datasets.  I felt that should have been contained in the XML chapter.  I also think that generics and collections should be moved ahead of the ASP.NET and web services content as this book is supposed to focus more on Visual Basic.


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Title: writer is dummi   
Name: larlo laawad
Date: 10/21/2006 5:24:59 AM
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Edit programmer dosen't know how to write a book .First learn how to do programming than write book.I really agree with the above to feedbacks.
Totally x copy of Visual Basic 2005 How to Program By Deital
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Title: expensive   
Name: sharlo sharma
Date: 10/21/2006 5:21:04 AM
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Very expensive send people for free not at the level to refer as guide ..Consepts are really confused.write Need to learn programming.
Title: Mr   
Name: Malik Sabir
Date: 8/6/2006 4:56:39 PM
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This book has exactly same Table of Contents as is of Visual Basic 2005 How to Program By Deital. Comparing the both will help deciding to buy Visual Basic 2005 for Programmers.

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