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Advanced Visual Basic 2010, 5th Edition

Advanced Visual Basic 2010, 5th Edition

by Kip Irvine
694 Pages · 2011 · 17.39 MB · 4,635 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Beginning Visual Basic 2015
by Bryan Newsome
744 Pages · 2015 · 14.38 MB · 2,121 Downloads · New!
Learn Visual Basic step by step and start programming right away Beginning Visual Basic 2015 is the ideal guide for new programmers, especially those learning their first language. This new edition has been updated to align with Visual Studio 2015, and also refocused to concentrate on key beginner topics. Precise, step-by-step instructions walk you through important tasks, and clear explanations targeted to beginners will have you writing your first Visual Basic application quickly. You’ll start from the absolute beginning, assuming no prior programming experience, and then gradually build your skills to write Visual Basic applications for Windows and the Web. Coverage includes objects, class libraries, graphics, databases, and much more, with explicit instructions on using ASP.NET, SQL Server, ADO.NET, and XML.
Clearly Visual Basic, 2nd Edition
by Diane Zak
592 Pages · 2011 · 12.37 MB · 3,421 Downloads · New!
If you want to learn the fundamentals of programming, don’t get bogged down with pages of technical jargon that most books on the market offer! No previous Visual Studio experience required for CLEARLY VISUAL BASIC: PROGRAMMING WITH MICROSOFT VISUAL BASIC 2010, 2E by the best-selling author, Diane Zak. This innovative text is designed for a first course in programming teaching the basics through visualization and application. Using the most recent version of the software, Visual Basic 2010, beginners will learn solid programming principles and knowledge that is easily transferable to other languages.
Dashboards for Excel
by Jordan Goldmeier
572 Pages · 2015 · 32.99 MB · 2,748 Downloads · New!
This book takes a hands-on approach to developing dashboards, from instructing users on advanced Excel techniques to addressing dashboard pitfalls common in the real world. Dashboards for Excel is your key to creating informative, actionable, and interactive dashboards and decision support systems. Throughout the book, the reader is challenged to think about Excel and data analytics differently―that is, to think outside the cell. This book shows you how to create dashboards in Excel quickly and effectively.
Excel VBA Programming For Dummies, 2nd Edition
by John Walkenbach
408 Pages · 2010 · 4 MB · 3,805 Downloads · New!
Take your Excel skills to the next level with VBA programming
Expert One-on-One Visual Basic 2005 Database Programming
by Roger Jennings
585 Pages · 2006 · 7.1 MB · 3,205 Downloads · New!
Are you hesitant to migrate to Visual Studio 2005? Maybe you’re ready to upgrade to Visual Basic 2005 but feel a bit overwhelmed by ADO.NET 2.0 and the Visual Data Tools of this new release. In this hands-on guide, I’ll share with you the best practices, the latest features, and advanced data management techniques with Visual Basic 2005 and SQL Server or SQL Server Express 2005. Plus, I’ll incorporate simple to moderately complex project examples that feature real-world, database front-end applications with Windows and Web forms.
Microsoft Excel VBA Programming for the Absolute Beginner, 3rd Edition
by Duane Birnbaum
400 Pages · 2007 · 11.6 MB · 4,371 Downloads · New!
If you are new to programming with Microsoft Excel VBA and are looking for a solid introduction, this is the book for you. Developed by computer science professors, books in the “for the absolute beginner” series teach the principles of programming through simple game creation. Microsoft Excel VBA Programming for the Absolute Beginner, Third Edition provides you with the skills that you need for more practical Excel VBA programming applications and shows you how to put these skills to use in real-world scenarios. Best of all, by the time you finish the book, you will be able to apply the basic principles you’ve learned to the next programming language you tackle.