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The Microsoft #174; .NET Framework provides powerful technologies such as ASP.NET Web Forms, XML Web services, and Windows #174; Forms to simplify developing applications and components that work seamlessly on the Internet. This book shows how to make the most of the .NET Framework s common language runtime (CLR). Written by two highly respected developer/writers and intended for anyone who understands OOP concepts such as data abstraction, inheritance, and polymorphism, this book clearly explains the extensible type system of the CLR, examines how the CLR manages the behavior of types, and explores how an application manipulates types. While focusing on Visual Basic #174; .NET, its in-depth explanations and concepts apply equally to all programming languages that target the .NET Framework. Topics covered include: The .N

ET Framework architecture Building, packaging, deploying, and administering applications and their types Building and deploying shared assemblies Type fundamentals Primitive, reference, and value types Operations common to all objects Type members and accessibility Constants, fields, methods, properties, and events Working with text Enumerated types and bit flags Array types Interfaces Custom attributes Delegates Error handling with exceptions Automatic memory management AppDomains and reflection

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Francesco Balena is a well-known and highly regarded developer and author. He has written numerous Microsoft Press books, including the widely acclaimed Programming Microsoft Visual Basic titles, and edits a popular Web site on .NET programming. Francesco is a cofounder of Code Architects srl, an Italian software company that specializes in using Microsoft technologies to create enterprise-level solutions and programming tools. In addition, he is a regional director for MSDN Italy, and a frequent speaker at developer conferences.

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Excellent book for using VB .NET with the .NET Framework 21. Juli 2002
Von gbworld@comcast.net - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I love Jeffrey Richter's books. Having read the book Applied .NET Framework Programming, I was a bit unsure about picking up this book. Overall, I am glad I did, as there are little nuances to Visual Basic .NET that are not present in C#.
I will add a caveat, however. Most people will be satisfied with one book or the other, and not both. The material is almost identical, with only a minor shift in languages. While there is some material that works in C# and not in Visual Basic .NET, and visa versa, a great majority of the material is identical. This may be the reason why a former reviewer panned the book, but I feel that the material should be reviewed on its value, and not how close it is to another book.
Like Applied .NET Framework Programming, this book is divided into 5 parts:
The first part deals with the CLR and .NET Framework, and, most importantly, how to set up your applications to take advantage of the .NET Framework.
Part two deals with types. It works with both value types (like structures and enumerations) and reference types (like classes and arrays). One of the most valuable chapters in this section centers around checking object equality (including overriding Equals) and identity (using Hash codes). Excellent material.
Part three deals with designing your own types. The material in this section is a gem for properly designing types, in general, and designing good types for the .NET Framework, in specific. As classes are the core of OOP, most of the types created here are classes (reference types).
Part four deals with the essential types in the .NET Framework and how to use them to your advantage.
Part five is the real gem of the book, as it deals with how to manage types in your applications. If you do not currently use finally blocks in your exception handler, this book will convince you why you should. Of great use is the info on the IDisposable interface. This book also shows the C# using block, even though there is no equivalent in VB.NET. I certainly hope Microsoft picks this gem up in a future version.
I have personally heard Jeffrey speak on the Microsoft campus, and I am quite impressed with the depth and bredth of his knowledge. I have not heard Balena speak, but after this book, and his Visual Basic .NET book, I welcome the opportunity. With books like this, MSPress is taking the crown away from Wrox Press (the former best programming books on the market) ... in a big way.
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Good book 5. August 2002
Von i see the world - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Good book if you do not have Richter's first book with C# explanations.. If you do, no use buying this book for it seems there is absolutely no difference in contents between the two..!
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Best Book Ever,Must Read for VB.NET 25. September 2002
Von David Gerryao - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This excellent Book explains everything you need to know about the framework and the CLR, especially for VB.NET. Richter covers a lot of the new features built in the language that will save you development time. He doesn't tackle most of the specialized classes in the .NET Framework like other books .but he does go in depth into the ones that will be used by most programmers .Many lights will go off in your mind as reading this book. Highly recommend this book to all VB.NET programmer.
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Great for CLR internals/patterns 9. September 2006
Von Al T. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
The title is misleading, but the material is wonderful. (This book was originally published in C#, and the 2.0 edition of this book is titled CLR via C#.) If you already have a working knowledge of VB.Net 1.0/1.1 and want to gain a deeper understanding of the CLR internals and some essential patterns, this is the best place to start. Unless you are a seasoned developer, this should not be your first book on .Net.

This book contains a wealth of information that is not available through MSDN and often difficult to find anywhere else. This version, VB.Net, contains a few items that aren't in the C# version, e.g., the difference between DirectCast and CType, but it's definitely not worth purchasing if you already have the C# edition.

I especially enjoyed Richter's coverage of the following:

Primitive Types (especially the bit about constants being compiled into IL)

Events & Delegates (their relationship may surprise some VB developers)

Exception Patterns & Strategies

Garbage Collection & IDisposable
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An excellant VB.NET/CLR book 17. Juli 2002
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I don't understand the reviewer who thinks this book is plagiarized by Jeff's other books. It's obvious that the whole point of this book is that it contains the same content as Jeff's "Applied MS .NET Fx Programming" book since the 2 books have the same title!
I for one appreciate that Jeff worked with Francesco to gear a version of Jeff's book for the VB.NET programmer. You wouldn't give a bad review to a book if it were translated from English to Italian, would you?! That's what was done here.
Also, I think Jeff's book is awesome and full of really useful information. I love that a version exists specifically for me, a VB programmer! If you're a VB programmer, you should definitely buy this book.
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