Book Review: Doing Objects in Microsoft Visual Basic

by Sam Huggill

Doing Objects in Microsoft Visual Basic If you are just starting with VB, you must get this great book.

If you are going to buy one book this year on objects, interfaces and object orientated programming, then buy Doing Objects In Microsoft Visual Basic. Deborah Kurata's plain English style writing makes this new technology easy to understand. The book takes you through the fundamentals of object orientated programming and using OOP in Visual Basic to interface with databases, web sites and other internet applications. This is a MUST buy for any serious Visual Basic developer who wants to keep up with the advancing technology.

This article was originally published on Wednesday Nov 20th 2002
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