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Alessandro Del Sole, a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for .NET and Visual Basic since 2008, is well known throughout the global VB community. He is a community leader on the Italian Visual Basic Tips and Tricks website (http://www.visual-basic.it ), which serves more than 46,000 VB developers, as well as a frequent contributor to the MSDN Visual Studio Developer Center. He has been awarded MVP of the Year five times (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014) and enjoys writing articles on .NET development both in English and Italian. He also writes blog posts and produces instructional videos as well as Windows Store apps. You can find him online in forums and you can follow him on Twitter at @progalex.
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Ho iniziato a programmare con vb6 e, dopo circa 20 anni, ho avuto la necessità di aggiornare le mie conoscenze. Cercando su internet ho scoperto che Alessandro deel Sole è un programmatore super esperto e molto attivo nella divulgazione. Il libro è ottimo, scritto in un inglese assolutamente semplice e comprensibile. Testo consigliato!
5,0 su 5 stelleExcellent core reference, needs to be in arms reach for every pro VB.Net developer
DaMichel Possethil 15 agosto 2015 - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile|Acquisto verificato
I had pre ordered this book as I already knew as a long time follower of Alessandro that this book would be another must have for a VB.Net developer , I started with buying Core reference guides with "Programming Microsoft Visual Basic 6" from Francesco Balena , at some point Francesco stopped Writing his excellent VB / VB.Net series and I found that Alessandro Del Sole had stepped in this gap. The book is a must have for anyone taking VB.Net serious , beginner , experienced or expert developer all will benefit from this book . Having the book now physically in my hand i can only say that I was right in my decision to pre order it, as I am probably one of the first who has read it and have learned some new insights and thoughts on how I can improve my software even with my on the moment of writing 15 years of .Net experience ( pre beta early adaptor ) I am happy to learn something new every day, and books like this sure help to ease the understanding of some ...
4,0 su 5 stelleExcellent book for professional software developers that need to use VB.NET
DaPaxil 3 febbraio 2016 - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
This is a book for professional software developers. It assumes you are already intimately familiar with fundamental programming concepts as well as previous versions of Visual Basic and Microsoft .NET "ecosystem". It focuses on the advanced concepts of programming with Visual Basic 2015 and .NET 4.6 and rightly so, despite its size the book is a mere reference, where every chapter can be further addressed in a separate book. As a professional developer this book will allow you to understand Microsoft's motivation behind technologies it introduces or extends in VB 2015 / .NET 4.6, the rest you can always find in MS white papers.
When it comes to the level of competence, Alessandro Del Sole is outstanding. In the entire book there are literally only two places I find things amiss: his explanation of polymorphism lacks one extra sentence to be complete (but this is something you should already know from the Computer Science theory anyway) and in my opinion his event-based asynchrony sample is unnecessarily forced into a synchronous code pattern - I understand the point he was trying to make when comparing it to Async/Await - but to be "honest" about the event-based asynchrony one should note that synchronous logic patters are not the best way to approach it and that example should be "flattened" with the DataContext being assigned directly from the callback (and for clarity you should use the delegates rather than lambdas with callback events, then it does not look that messy to call UI elements from callback delegate function). Everything else in the book is basically perfect.
Now, why one less star? As somebody spoiled by Microsoft Press I am used to books written with a specific version of technical English, that practically "read themselves". Reading Alessandro takes an extra step of effort, not to just understand the content, but also his sentences. Now, this is a highly subjective criterion and a person who is already used to his style from reading his other books may not have the same problem I had.
3,0 su 5 stelleThis is a Reference, NOT a tutorial
DaK. Ackermanil 6 ottobre 2016 - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
This is the first review I've ever written on Amazon.
Do Not make the mistake I did. This book is not a tutorial, it is a reference. I've been struggling for months now to get up to speed with VB.NET from scratch since I have no experience with any earlier versions of VB.NET.
When I looked at the Table of Contents I got my hopes up that this book would finally explain some of the things I have not found explained anywhere else. Something I've discovered about the VB.NET community is they are always willing to tell you what they think you should do. I've been asking a single questions for months. You have a database loaded into a Dataset with multiple tables and relationships. Every single place I've looked gives a thorough explanation of how to access and work with a single DataTable, but none go beyond that to offer any help with multiple datatables and relationships. This book does not either. When I received this book, I put on my patience cap and read from page 1 to about 320 before I just had to look for "lessons". There aren't any.
Don't get me wrong, this book will be within my reach, as it had an in depth discussions of rules and such, once I eventually find something that teaches me the key points I need.
5,0 su 5 stelleGreat book for beginners, but goes far beyond that. It takes you from the basics all the way to the very advanced features.
DaChip Pearsonil 21 aprile 2017 - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile|Acquisto verificato
Having used Visual Basic since version 3 back in the early 1990s, I have seen it grow from not much more than a scripting language to a full-fledged fully Object Oriented development platform. In conjunction with NET 4.6, there is very little that you cannot do in VB that once took a few hundred lines of C++. This book first lays out the foundations of the language, including many that few people are aware of, and then gets you going to build useful applications quite quickly. VB is as good a language as any if you want to learn to program, even if you have no experience in programming. You can do real things quite readily, and then move to the very advance techniques once possible only in the world of C++. This book will get you started quickly doing real world useful programming, and then take you into the very powerful features of the language. I would recommend that you purchase this book along with a book on Windows Presentation Foundation, which makes stunning user interfaces remarkably easy to create.
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