Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Unleashed
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One person found this helpful. I started a new job a while back and found myself using VS for the first time after years of using VS6. I was looking for a book to get me up to speed, and there are few titles out there. Most of the coding examples are in other languages and mainly targeted towards.
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If you're working in that environment you may find this more useful than I did. This is good documentation of Visual Studios This is not for those looking for documentation of VB in general, but focuses on VS features. There should be a class taught on Visual Studio by itself. This book is excellent.
Highly recommend if having trouble learning Visual Studio. Microsoft Visual Studio Unleashed from Lars Powers and Mike Snell does a nice job in explaining the value of the latest version of this classic, as well as being an in-depth guide to the feature set NET developer, I found Part 1 very useful. The intro and tour gave me a great overview of what the IDE offers, and I could easily relate the different parts to the environment Eclipse I'm already familiar with.
There should be a class taught on Visual Studio by itself. This book is excellent. Highly recommend if having trouble learning Visual Studio. Microsoft Visual Studio Unleashed from Lars Powers and Mike Snell does a nice job in explaining the value of the latest version of this classic, as well as being an in-depth guide to the feature set NET developer, I found Part 1 very useful. The intro and tour gave me a great overview of what the IDE offers, and I could easily relate the different parts to the environment Eclipse I'm already familiar with.
With that background, I could have easily taken Parts 2 and 3 and become productive in relatively short order. The authors maintain a good blend of text to screenshots to code, so I felt like I was getting a combination of reference and tutorial information in one volume. The argument could be made that all this information can be found in the help files, as is the case with most applications. But it's a lot easier to learn a tool like this at least for me when there's a structured guide that puts all the information in context.
The Unleashed titles do just that, and this one is no exception This is a pretty impressive book, albeit a bit lengthier than it needed to be. There's tremendous coverage of everything, and I mean everything, in Visual Studio If you're new to VS then you'll find this a great guide to getting the most out of your environment. If you're fairly familiar with VS then you may still find a few goodies hidden away here too. The book spends too much time showing needless material like screenshots of each and every menu, and there's an irritating amount of useless code examples cluttering things up.
I could have done without pages of solution file and auto-generated code listings, but this is an annoyance, not a fatal flaw. What you'll find in the book is a wealth of details on useful stuff like moving around your document with bookmarks, getting the most from VS's search capabilities, or how to best use features like the XML editor -- which is discussed in great depth with examples in the Data View and Schema editor. The book's smattered throughout with useful tips on avoiding gotchas, such as dealing with issues in the Refactoring's Promote command.
The chapter on Refactoring, in particular, is a terrific walkthough with great examples. The chapter on Debugging is another good walkthrough, with a nice discussion of setting up for debugging a modestly complex scenario of a web application. Overall this is a solid book that's very useful introduction for novices and intermediate VS users.
This book did a great job of revealing the breadth of features available in the product. Even if you are an experienced user of Visual Studio you will certainly learn several new tricks.
Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 unleashed
VS, in my opinion is a whole new species of programming. This book is not for the beginner with VS This book tells you where the various features, wizards, helpers and the like are thoughout VS Doesn't give much info on how to program with VS Please enter recipient e-mail address es. The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es. You may send this item to up to five recipients.
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