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.NET Resources supports multiple Microsoft technologies besides Access.  For example, two of our core support areas are Visual Basic .NET and ADO.NET. formerly sponsored two annual seminar tours that featured a day of content on VB.NET.  In addition, we previously sponsored a 21 hour web-based seminar on VB.NET and ADO.NET.  Please sign our Guest Book for early notification of future seminars.  Rick Dobson, this site's webmaster, authored four books and DVDs on Visual Basic .NET and ADO.NET.  This page itemizes some resources at the site that you can find to grow your .NET skills.  We plan to grow this section during the coming year.

Annual Seminar Presentations Our current seminar presentation series focuses on SQL Server Express, Visual Basic Express, and Visual Web Developer Express.
Book Resources Resources for "Beginning SQL Server 2005 Express Database Applications with Visual Basic Express and Visual Web Developer Express".
VB.NET code samples A collection of code samples that will continue to grow.
Slide Deck Presentation Overview presentation on how to get started with Visual Basic .NET as a SQL Server developer or database administrator.
Slide Deck Presentation Introduction to the use of ADO.NET with SQL Server, including a review of a Windows form sample and a Web form sample.
Book excerpt Simple Jump Start sample for VB.NET/ADO.NET.
Book excerpt Two DataForm Wizard examples.
DVD Resources Resources for "Programming Visual Basic .NET and ADO.NET with SQL Server and Access".
DVD Review DDG member review of "Programming Visual Basic .NET and ADO.NET with SQL Server and Access".
Book Resources Resources for "Programming Microsoft SQL Server 2000 with Microsoft Visual Basic .NET".
Book Resources Resources for "Programming Microsoft Visual Basic .NET for Microsoft Access Databases".
Book Review DDG member review of "Programming Microsoft Visual Basic .NET for Microsoft Access Databases".
Magazine Article This SQL Server Magazine article demonstrates how to use VB.NET, ASP.NET and SQL Server to build a membership application.
Online video Two interviews with Rebecca Dias, product manager for Advanced Web Services at Microsoft.  Interviews conducted by Ken North.