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VB Tutor Needed

By alpharay3 ·
Hi,
I'm a student who currently wishes to learn VB.net from scratch on his own. I'd be very grateful if you could link me up on resources availble on the internet for interactive tutor downloads or anything that could come in handy. Wiz Websites are also welcome...
>>Thanks.

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Try these...

by onbliss In reply to VB Tutor Needed

You might not get one website that offers all the necessary concepts and fundamentals. You have to hunt around.

The best places is to start of with MSDN. Use the online Help and search for walkthroughs. Here are just a few websites that you might find handy.

www.w3schools.com
www.vbforums.com
www.vbdotnetheaven.com
www.codeproject.com
www.dotnetspider.com

MSDN is darn good place for you to start learning the .net concepts and coding.

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courses & books

by Dr Dij In reply to Try these...

join the acm.org
for $99 you get thousands of online IT courses, incl many vb, .net, etc.

also included is access to subsets of safari.oreilly and books24x7.com books on vb, other pgmg topics online.

(go directly to these sites to get ALL their online content, costs more)

I poke thru various sites when I need code samples. vbcode.com is one.

I presume you have a copy, if not download vb express from microsoft site for free.

this is a good book on the topic:
Microsoft Visual Basic 2005 Step by Step
by Michael Halvorson
Microsoft Press ? 2006

shelbot provided these links to vb express, free, if you don't already have vb.
may expire in 6 months or a year:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/express/vb/default.aspx

http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/express/visualcsharp/default.aspx

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Excellent video series

by mark.hodgson In reply to VB Tutor Needed

Try

http://www.learnvisualstudio.net/

This has a range of video tutorials that cover all of the .NET technologies, and are a great starting point for newbies and experienced programmers alike. I found this site through a referral from a Microsoft site.

There is a subscription, but you can download as many videos as you like in the subscription period. Some free videos are also available and these change from time to time.

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What to do to learn VB.NET

by unni_kcpm In reply to VB Tutor Needed

Hi !

Few ways according to me ...

1. Get a friend who knows VB.NET to help you
with the basics.
2. I have been to lot of sites looking for
VB.NET codes, tutorial, topics, newsletters
etc. All seems to suit a beginner in one
or another.
3. Source codes may vary depend on the depth
of the Developer in the subject.

As you are a beginner, best thing to buy a
step-by-step guidance book(need to window shopping) and try it. It may take some time
but surely, you will succeed when you concentrate on the things.

Best Wishes

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700 Hours .NET Video Tutorials

by harvey007 In reply to VB Tutor Needed

http://idealprogrammer.com has 700+ hours of .NET Video Tutorials.

http://pm.idealprogrammer.com provides you with a highly organized syllabus and a checklist that allows you to monitor the videos that you have watched.

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