Why move to Visual Basic .NET
Understand all of the reasons to move to Visual Basic .NET: IDE Enhancements, language changes that update Visual Basic .NET, and productivity benefits from building Windows Forms applications. See how to access the underlying platform and the base class library, and see how deploying your applications is much easier with No-Touch Deployment.
How to move to Visual Basic .NET – Part I
Learn about moving your code and applications to Visual Basic .NET, and find out what you need to do in order to ensure a successful upgrade. In this first part of the series, learn how to upgrade code in Visual Studio .NET 2003 and how to interoperate with existing COM components.
How to move to Visual Basic .NET – Part II
In this second part of the two part series, learn how to migrate data-access code from ADO to ADO.NET. Then learn how to migrate Win32 API calls and migrate your UI to Visual Basic .NET.
Migrate your skills and code to Visual Basic .NET
See how easy it is and how much more productive you can be when building desktop applications with Visual Basic .NET. Key changes to the language, runtime, data access, and deployment show how you can quickly get up to speed and migrate your skills as a Visual Basic 6 programmer to Visual Basic .NET.
Building Data Centric Windows Forms Applications
This session shows how to use the ADO.NET classes to build data-driven applications.
Developing Pocket PC Applications using Visual Studio .NET
This session explores how to develop Pocket PC 2002 applications with the .NET Compact Framework and Smart Device Extensions for Visual Studio .NET.
Building Applications with the Microsoft Mobile Internet Toolkit
Learn about mobile-development challenges, building a mobile application, mobile application controls, pagination, and implementing device-specific content.
Advanced Web Services
Learn about ASP.NET Web services, SOAP headers, Web services security, and SOAP extension classes.
.NET Class Library from A to Z
This session provides an introduction to what’s in the Base Class Library and how to put it to work in your applications.
Architecting an Application Using the .NET Framework
Learn to leverage the .NET framework’s strengths in designing solutions.Building a .NET Application
This seminar consists of overviews of Duwamish, the user-services layer, the data-access layer, the business logic layer, and application flow.
ASP.NET with Visual Studio .NET
Learn about Web forms, use of Global.asax, working with session state, securing ASP.NET applications, using Web.Config, caching, and monitoring ASP.NET applications.
Introduction to ASP.NET
This seminar introduces server controls, data controls, ASP.NET Web applications, business objects, and Web services.
Debugging .NET Applications
Learn about debugging Web forms applications, Web services, and Windows Forms applications, and get an introduction to tracing.
Learn how to develop applications that leverage .NET Remoting. .NET Remoting is the preferred mechanism for communication between applications when you have .NET on both ends. Learn about singletons and single-call objects, configuration files, and about server-activated and client-activated objects.
Implementing .NET Security
Learn about .NET Security and how to implement Code Access Security and to manage Evidence-Based Security policies. Then learn about Isolated Storage and Cryptography. Skip to main content