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This probably gets asked a lot but what are the best books a newbie to VBNET
with little to no programming experience should be reading to get well
acquainted with the language. Any thoughts on the following: Microsofts Step
by Step, Sams VBNET, Microsofts Coding Techniques for VBNET.

Thanks

Marz
Nov 20 '05 #1
2 1083
Hi,

Try Sybex, VB .Net Complete.

Bernie Yaeger

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This probably gets asked a lot but what are the best books a newbie to VBNET with little to no programming experience should be reading to get well
acquainted with the language. Any thoughts on the following: Microsofts Step by Step, Sams VBNET, Microsofts Coding Techniques for VBNET.

Thanks

Marz

Nov 20 '05 #2
JDP
In view of your 'little/no programming experience', I recommend you look at
one/some of these:
Mastering VB.Net Petroutsos/Sybex
VB.Net How To Program Deitel/Prentice Hall
VB.Net Programming Davis/Sybex
VB.Net Step by Step Halvorson/MS Press

I haven't read the Sams one;
would have thought that Coding Techniques might make a better
second/follow-up book for you , once you've got started.

Personal opinions - not everyone will agree.

"Marsden" <Ma***@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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This probably gets asked a lot but what are the best books a newbie to VBNET with little to no programming experience should be reading to get well
acquainted with the language. Any thoughts on the following: Microsofts Step by Step, Sams VBNET, Microsofts Coding Techniques for VBNET.

Thanks

Marz

Nov 20 '05 #3

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