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We produce two different Microsoft Visual Studio (Non-Express) programming  tracks for College Students.  Our tutorials will work with any edition of Visual Basic 2005-2010 (Standard, Professional, Enterprise) but NOT the free Express versions.   We have partnered with the Microsoft® DreamSpark® program to support and advance students learning and skills development, by providing college students the latest developer and design software from Microsoft, at no additional cost.  Click here for more information on this annual DreamSpark subscription program. 

 

The Learn Visual BASIC and Learn Visual C# courses were both successfully taught by Lou Tylee in a major Washington State University's Beginning Programming class for many years.      

 

Microsoft Visual Basic Programming Track #1 

 
LEARN VISUAL BASIC® FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS is a an eleven week course covering object-oriented programming, the Visual Basic integrated development environment, building and distributing Windows applications (using the Windows Installer), exception handling, sequential file access, graphics, multimedia, advanced topics such as web access, printing, and HTML help system authoring. The course also introduces database applications (using ADO .NET) and migrating applications to the web (using ASP .NET). 
 



VISUAL BASIC AND DATABASES FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS is a tutorial that provides a detailed introduction to using Visual Basic for accessing and maintaining databases for desktop applications.  Topics covered include:  database structure, database design, Visual Basic project building, ADO .NET data objects (connection, data adapter, command, data table), data bound controls, proper interface design, structured query language (SQL), creating databases using Access, SQL Server and ADOX, and database reports.                      

   

 

 

 

 

Microsoft Visual C# Programming Track  #2


LEARN  VISUAL C# FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS  is an eleven week course covering object-oriented programming, the Visual C# integrated development environment and toolbox, building and distributing Windows applications (using the Windows Installer), exception handling, sequential file input and output, graphics, multimedia effects (animation and sounds), advanced topics such as web access, printing, and HTML help system authoring. The course also introduces database applications (using ADO .NET) and migrating applications to the web (using ASP .NET).


VISUAL C# AND DATABASES FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS  is a tutorial that provides a detailed introduction to using Visual C# for accessing and maintaining databases for desktop applications.  Topics covered include:  database structure, database design, Visual C# project building, ADO .NET data objects (connection, data adapter, command, data table), data bound controls, proper interface design, structured query language (SQL), creating databases using Access, SQL Server and ADOX, and database reports