By: Val Tobin on Wednesday, August 4, 2004
Are you a Java developer wishing to expand your repertoire of skills to include VB .NET? It's easier than you might think. You have an understanding of the programming principles involved; you already know what try-catch-finally means, and garbage collection, and Object Oriented Programming. You only need to learn the syntax and a few incidentals, and you're there. This is the first in a series of articles that covers the fundamentals of VB .NET syntax. This theory will then be followed by a tutorial series that puts all your learning to practical use.
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