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[VB.NET] Webcasts (vídeos) de Aprendizagem em Visual Basic 2005


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#1 jpaulino

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Publicado 30 de Setembro de 2008 - 17:25

A Microsoft disponibiliza um conjunto de webcasts (vídeos) que ajudam na aprendizagem em diversas áreas. Esta série é uma iniciação à programação em Visual Basic.Net 2005 e cada sessão tem uma duração aproximada de 60 minutos. As sessões são em Inglês e, neste caso, apresentadas por Ron Cundiff (programador da Microsoft).

Existem centenas e centenas de webcasts disponíveis, “Live” (em directo) ou “On-Demand” (a pedido, podem ser vistas depois), que podem ser pesquisados e descarregados em: http://msevents.microsoft.com/

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Visual Basic.NET Soup to Nuts Webcast Series

Visual Basic.NET Soup to Nuts Webcast Series, Part 1: Introduction
In this webcast series, we explore the popular programming language, Microsoft Visual Basic .NET. Learn about the basic language constructs and discover the different types of applications you can build using Visual Basic .NET. In this presentation, we provide an introduction to our Visual Basic .NET series, which progressively delves deeper into this fantastic language.

Visual Basic .NET Soup to Nuts Webcast Series, Part 2: Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition
In this webcast, we introduce you to Microsoft Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition, a free download from Microsoft that enables you to develop Visual Basic .NET applications. We examine the powerful integrated development environment (IDE) features, like Code Editor, Compiler, IntelliSense, and the Debugger. We also describe the project system that can help you build a collection to keep all the files related to your program together.

Visual Basic .NET Soup to Nuts Webcast Series, Part 3: Class Libraries
In this webcast, we show you how Visual Basic .NET relies on a hierarchical set of prewritten functions that enable developers to gain access to standard functionality provided by the host operating system. We describe how these functions are contained in files called class libraries. Join us as we explore some of the basics of class libraries and examine how Visual Basic .NET provides developers with basic functionality through class libraries.

Visual Basic .NET Soup to Nuts Webcast Series, Part 4: Program Structure
In this webcast, we dive deep into just what Visual Basic .NET is and how programs written in Visual Basic .NET are structured. Learn about the basics of the language and how Visual Basic .NET assembles the lines of code you write.

Visual Basic .NET Soup to Nuts Webcast Series, Part 5: Language Fundamentals
In this session, we examine specific features in Visual Basic .NET. We also learn about the different types, variables, constants, and statements in the language, and we describe how to use them.

Visual Basic .NET Soup to Nuts Webcast Series, Part 6: Classes and Objects
In this session, we examine specific features in Visual Basic .NET, explore classes and objects, and describe how to use them.

Visual Basic .NET Soup to Nuts Webcast Series, Part 7: Operator Basics
In this session, we examine specific features in Visual Basic .NET, explore the different types of operators, and describe how to use them.

Visual Basic .NET Soup to Nuts Webcast Series, Part 8: Branching and Looping
In this webcast we will examine specific Visual Basic language features. We will learn about iterators, loops and Branching.

Visual Basic .NET Soup to Nuts Webcast Series, Part 9: Basic Debugging
In this session, we examine specific features in Microsoft Visual Basic 2005 Express Edition. We explain debugging, and we describe how the integrated development environment (IDE) enables you to view what is going on inside your application while it is running.

Visual Basic .NET Soup to Nuts Webcast Series, Part 10: Arrays and Collections
In this session, we examine specific Visual Basic language features. We introduce arrays and collections, and we describe how you can use them to store and organize data within your application.

Visual Basic .NET Soup to Nuts Webcast Series, Part 11: Exception Handling
We discuss how to handle unexpected problems in your application using the robust exception-handling system built into the Microsoft .NET Framework. We learn about try/catch blocks, and we describe how to correctly handle the types of exceptions your application can experience.

Visual Basic .NET Soup to Nuts Webcast Series, Part 12: Delegates and Events
We discuss delegates and events, and we describe how they enable you to build applications that can send alerts to other applications when interesting changes occur within your application. We also learn how multiple listeners can respond to a single event.

Visual Basic .NET Soup to Nuts Webcast Series, Part 13: Inheritance and Polymorphism
We examine features that can help you create objects that are "like" other objects. We describe how you see this type of correlation in everyday objects and often need to model it in your programs. Discover how inheritance and polymorphism can reduce the amount of code you write and make it easier to understand.

Visual Basic .NET Soup to Nuts Webcast Series, Part 14: Visual Basic and the Web
Join this webcast to see how you can use Microsoft Visual Basic to build applications that target Web sites. We provide an overview of Microsoft ASP.NET, describe how it relates to Visual Basic, and illustrate how you can build Web pages and controls that enable you to reuse your code.

Visual Basic .NET Soup to Nuts Webcast Series, Part 15: Custom Web Controls
Discover how you can build basic Microsoft ASP.NET controls using Microsoft Visual Basic. While these tools provide a powerful platform for developing Web applications, sometimes we need to consider the application as a whole. Join us to learn how code reuse, in addition to ASP.NET user controls and custom controls, can significantly reduce development time.

Visual Basic .NET Soup to Nuts Webcast Series, Part 16: Visual Basic and Windows Applications
Learn about Windows Forms, the basic window class we use in Microsoft Visual Basic. Join this webcast as we explore how you can expand and utilize the System.Windows.Form object to meet your application needs.

Visual Basic .NET Soup to Nuts Webcast Series, Part 17: Custom Windows Forms Controls
Join this session if your applications require a user interface (UI) that is unique or different than the standard Windows Forms. In this webcast, we explore some advanced features of Windows Forms development, such as Windows GDI+, that enable you to tailor the UI to fit your application needs.


Espero que vos ajude a iniciar ou melhorar a programar em Visual Basic.NET!

#2 uncle_j

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Publicado 11 de Março de 2010 - 02:30

http://windowsclient.net/learn :ensina a programar visual studio .Net atravez de videos tutorials mais o codigo em Ingles,  para amadores de profissionais.

ps:estou a escrever num teclado ingles....