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Moving from VB6 to VB.NET

Course Summary

Visual Basic 9.0, hitting the scene in late 2007, is a sophisticated and mature programming language. Combined with the latest release of the .NET Framework and Visual Studio, the result is an incredibly powerful programming environment. This mini-course


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    Course Syllabus

    ● VB6 to VB.NET: The Big Picture
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Module overview
        ◦ 'This will only hurt a little bit' --- similarities between VB6 and VB.NET
        ◦ The devil is in the details --- differences...
        ◦ The good news --- transition help and benefits
        ◦ What's so different about VB.NET?
        ◦ Strategies for moving from VB6 to VB.NET
        ◦ Overview of Microsoft's VB6 Upgrade Wizard (one possible strategy)
        ◦ Summary of upgrade wizard demo #1
        ◦ Summary of upgrade wizard demo #2
        ◦ Overview of Microsoft's Code Advisor for VB6
        ◦ Overview of mixed-mode projects (another possible strategy)
        ◦ Mixed-mode trade-offs
        ◦ Our Training Goal
        ◦ Resources
        ◦ Summary
        ◦ Questions? Email address and blog URL
    ● Language Changes: VB6 to VB.NET
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Module overview
        ◦ Module subtext --- ways of thinking (VB6 vs .NET vs VB.NET)
        ◦ Module examples --- overview
        ◦ Summary of example #1 'the VB6 way'
        ◦ What's wrong with the 'VB6' way of writing VB.NET?
        ◦ Again with example #1 in VB.NET --- this time 'the .NET way'
        ◦ Exception handling with Try-Catch
        ◦ Files and the StreamReader object
        ◦ Proper close/cleanup with Using
        ◦ Catching and Throwing exceptions
        ◦ Summary of example #1 'the VB.NET way'
        ◦ Again with example #1 in VB.NET --- this time 'the VB.NET way'
        ◦ Using a VB6 class
        ◦ Motivating VB.NET changes to Product class
        ◦ Real constructors!
        ◦ Garbage collection instead of reference counting!
        ◦ Summary of Product Class in VB.NET
        ◦ Class Properties in VB6
        ◦ Summary of Class Properties in VB.NET
        ◦ Example #3 in VB.NET --- 'the VB6 way'
        ◦ Again example #3 in VB.NET --- this time 'the .NET way'
        ◦ DataSets == disconnected recordsets
        ◦ Factory pattern for database-neutral, reusable code
        ◦ Collection vs Dictionary
        ◦ Generics!
        ◦ Working with DataSets
        ◦ Working with Factory objects, filling DataSets
        ◦ Summary of Factory objects and filling DataSets
        ◦ Resources
        ◦ Summary
        ◦ Questions? Email address, blog URL

     


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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