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Question about learning VB.NET using Microsoft Press Books

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Anyone have an idea how i should go about learning
about .NET and XML using Visual Studio 2003. I need to
figure out what books i should start with so that I can
understand these technologies better.
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Francesco Balena's Visual Basic .NET Core Reference is a must have if you
are learning VB.NET (MS PRess). John Connel's Coding Techniques for Visual
Basic .NET is another cool book that assumes you know how to program, but
not necessarily VB.NET. David Sceppa's ADO.NET Core Reference is a must
have for DataAccess...As is Bill Vaughn's ADO and ADO.NET book.

Learning XML is kind of a hard thing to give any quidance on b/c it's kind
of a vague topic. Each of the above books does a good deal of explaining
how XML fits into .NET and how to use it with DataAccess. If you need a
General Book on XML, there are tons of them but the XML Bible by Rusty
Harrold is pretty good.

HTH,

Bill
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Anyone have an idea how i should go about learning
about .NET and XML using Visual Studio 2003. I need to
figure out what books i should start with so that I can
understand these technologies better.

Jul 21 '05 #2

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