In this course you learn the syntax of the Visual Basic language so when you are done, you will have a foundational knowledge on how to program applications in .NET. First you learn about .NET and Visual Basic for development. Next you learn about variables, operators and constants. You then learn object-oriented principles and how to create reusable DLLs. Collections such as ArrayList, Dictionary and generic List objects are explored next. Finally, you learn about if statements and loop constructs. Along the way you build several reusable DLLs, a WPF application and an MVC application. When you are finished with this course you will have the skills and knowledge to build .NET applications using Visual Basic. Software required: Visual Studio 2019, .NET 4.5+, Visual Basic.
Course Overview Hello! My name is Paul Sheriff, and welcome to my course, VB.NET Fundamentals. I am a business solutions architect at Fairway Technologies with over 32 years of experience creating enterprise applications. Have you been tasked with taking over a Visual Basic .NET application? Do you wish to use the Basic language to develop cutting-edge applications in .NET? If so, then this course is designed for you. In this course, you're going to learn the syntax and features of the VB.NET language and how you can use it to create .NET applications. Some of the major topics we cover include what you can build with VB.NET using variables, operators, and constants, object-oriented programming, create reusable DLLs, build a WPF application, .NET collections, if statements and loop constructs, building an MVC application. By the end of this course, you'll have gained the knowledge necessary to create great .NET applications using VB.NET. For this course, I assume you are familiar with programming fundamentals. I hope you'll join me on your journey to learning the VB.NET language in my course, VB.NET Fundamentals, at Pluralsight.com.