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VB

Abbreviation for:
vacuum biopsy
venous blood
vertebral body
vinblastine
voided bladder
volunteer bureau
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Competencies Contact Hours The student will be introduced to: * Web-based business applications 3 3 * Tier structure of Web-based applications 3 6 The student will understand: * The development cycle of server-side software 6 12 * Programming tools for server-side software 12 24 The student will be able to: * Write VB.NET, ASP.NET, ADO.NET, PHP, and XML to develop Web-based applications 12 36 * Test server-side programs 6 42 * Document the developed server-side programs 3 45 4.
Duration: 50 minutes Duration: 50 minutes Practice All subjects move to another All subjects move to another & Break lab where computers are lab where computers are installed with VB.NET installed with VB.NET Duration: 25 minutes Duration: 25 minutes Post-Test The post-test is conducted The post-test is conducted immediately after the immediately after the practice & break.
Beginning VB.NET XML Essential XML Skills for VB.NET Programmers.
The DataDirect Connect for .NET Developer's License requires Visual Studio .NET or one of its components, such as VB.NET, VC#.NET, or VC++.NET, be installed on the same machine.
Aimed at those with no previous programming experience, 'Learning Visual Basic .NET' is an entry-level guide to learning the VB.NET language.
Spire.Doc for .NET, as a totally independent Word .NET component, is specially designed for developers to create, read, write, convert and print Word document files from any .NET (C#, VB.NET, ASP.NET) platform with fast and high quality performance.
The IVI-COM driver works in any development environment that supports COM programming, including Math Works MATLAB, C#, VB.NET, Visual Basic, Agilent VEE Pro, and National Instruments' LabVIEW.
Intended for experienced developers, this "cookbook" provides 242 solutions to problems programmers may encounter while creating VB.NET applications in Visual Studio 2008.
'Object-Oriented Programming with Visual Basic .NET' focuses on writing sound code and object-oriented design and Hamilton shows developers how to take advantage of VB.NET's new features to create and maintain scalable .NET components and applications.
Whether or not Visual Basic programmers are making the move toward VB.NET and the .NET platform, there can be no question that they are looking the new VB over.
The product combines software and services to automate and speed the conversion of Team Developer as well as SQLWindows and Centura applications to C# or VB.NET, enabling organisations to modify the code and adopt the Microsoft platform.