- Introduction to Visual Basic.NET and C#
- Conditional Logic
- Looping Logic
- Branching Logic
- Useful VB.NET Functions
- For Future VB.NET and C# Gurus: Where to Go
- That's Not ASP!
For Future VB.NET and C# Gurus: Where to Go
Visual Basic.NET is a powerful and developer-friendly programming language that will enable you to build complex, enterprise-level ASP.NET applications. Although we didn't delve too deeply into it today, you should be able to start pounding out those ASP.NET pages.
C# is a very complex and powerful language, and this lesson won't go into any more depth about it. You have a good head start, though, and soon you'll start applying your C# skills to more ASP.NET pages.
For further reference on VB.NET and C#, check out the following:
MSDN Developer Reference (msdn.Microsoft.com)
.NET Framework Online Reference (http://www.Microsoft.com/net)
The VB.NET language specification and reference in the .NET SDK documentation