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Visual Basic 2015 in 24 Hours, Sams Teach Yourself Paperback – 15 Aug 2015
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I'd spent 2-3 years in the 1990's developing a number of projects using early versions of Visual Basic, but the language and capabilities have changed enormously now that VB is built to leverage the .Net platform.
The text in this guide flows at a nice pace either for beginners, or for developers of other languages looking to adapt their skills - with enough depth to cover the foundation concepts comfortably.
Whilst the book doesn't attempt to cover every topic in huge detail, the provided information is a great starting point and did provide the spark that prompted some searching online to fill out my knowledge.
This book wont make you a master, but it is a great way to ease yourself into being productive with VB 2015 in the shortest possible time.