Visual Basic Books
Upgrading Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 to Microsoft Visual Basic .NET
This is a technical guide to upgrading from the Microsoft website. It is a free visual basic book with 21 chapters and appears to be comprehensive.
Sams Teach Yourself Visual Basic 6 in 24 Hours
This book teaches Visual Basic on several levels. You will quickly begin creating applications by following simple examples. These applications will be fully working Windows applications with all the usual user-interface controls, such as command buttons, labels, and text boxes.
Introducing Visual Basic 2005 for Developers
Get a focused, first look at the features and capabilities in Microsoft Visual Basic 2005, Visual Studio 2005, and .NET Framework 2.0. If you currently work with Visual Basic 6, these authors fully understand the adoption and code migration issues you?ll encounter. They?ll step you through a quick primer on .NET Framework programming, offering guidance for a productive transition. If you already work with .NET, you?ll jump directly into what?s new, learning how to extend your existing skills. From the innovations in rapid application development, debugging, and deployment, to new data access, desktop, and Web programming capabilities, you get the prerelease insights and code walkthroughs you need to get productive right away.
Programming VB.NET: A Guide for Experienced Programmers
This free 513-pages ebook is a comprehensive hands-on guide to the Visual Basic .NET programming language addressed to readers with some programming background. No background in Visual Basic is required, however. While it will show you the syntax of VB .NET, this book is not designed to teach you syntax. Trying to force VB .NET into the framework of older versions of VB is ultimately self-defeating: you cannot take advantage of its power if you continue to think within an older paradigm.
Programming VB.NET: A Guide For Experienced Programmers
Welcome to Visual Basic .NET
Sample Chapter from Beginning VB.NET, 2nd edition