Discovering Visual Basic .NET � The Series

New to Visual Basic .NET? In this five part series, best-selling Dummies author Bill Hatfield teaches you the basics of Visual Basic .NET. This is your chance to discover this programming language first hand. No experience is required!

You can check out each of the following articles in order. When you've completed these, then you'll want to check out the Visual Basic section.com for additional articles. You can also join the VB discussions!

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About the Author

Bill Hatfield

Bill Hatfield is the best-selling author of numerous books for developers, including ASP.NET For Dummies, Active Server Pages For Dummies (on Classic ASP) and Visual InterDev For Dummies. He is also the editor of Visual Studio .NET Developer, a monthly technical journal from Pinnacle. He's an experienced corporate trainer and works in Indianapolis, IN where he also co-founded the local .NET group, the Indianapolis .NET Developers Association.

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