Visual Basic Fundamentals for Absolute Beginners

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Want to learn a different language? Check out this Visual Basic training for beginners. Over the course of 25 episodes, our friend Bob Tabor, from, teaches the fundamentals of Visual Basic programming. Tune in to learn concepts applicable to video games, mobile environments, and client applications.

Learn how to get the tools, write code, and debug features. Look at customizations, and explore operators, expressions, and statements. Plus, work with strings and collections. Each video covers a different concept, so you can search for and focus on the information you need. Or start at the beginning, establish a good foundation, and step through all of the modules. The course wraps up with helpful next steps.
1 | Course Introduction
See what this course offers, including a look at Visual Basic syntax, operators, expressions, and statements. Before starting this course, get Visual Studio installed on your computer.
2 | Installing Visual Studio
Learn to install Visual Studio.
3 | Creating Your First Visual Basic Program
Create your first Visual Basic project, “Hello World,” in Visual Studio. Plus, learn the syntax and focus on what you do and how you do it.
4 | Understanding Your First Visual Basic Program
Understand your code, and learn about the .NET platform, including Class Libray, CLR, and more. Plus, see why it’s done the way that it is.
5 | Working with Code Files, Projects, and Solutions
Learn how to work with your code files, and explore projects and solutions.
6 | Understanding Data Types and Variables
Learn about data types and variables.
7 | Branching with the If … Then … Else Decision Statement
Learn to code with the If … Then … Else decision statement.
8 | Operators, Expressions, and Statements
Learn about operators, expressions, and statements in Visual Basic.
9 | For … Next Iteration Statement
Learn to code with the For … Next iteration statement.
10 | Understanding Arrays
Get to know arrays, and learn how to work with them in your Visual Basic code.
11 | Defining and Calling Methods
Learn how to define and call simple methods.
12 | While Iteration Statement
Learn to code with the While iteration statement.
13 | Working with Strings
Learn to work with Strings in Visual Basic, and find out how to handle special situations.
14 | Working with Dates and Times
Get an introduction to dates and times, and learn how to work with Date and TimeSpan data types in Visual Basic.
15 | Understanding Classes
Get the details on Classes, learn how to add a Class file, and define Property in Class.
16 | More About Classes and Methods
Learn more about Classes and Methods, find out about the lifetime of objects, and explore constructors and the Shared keyword.
17 | Understanding Scope and Accessibility Modifiers
Get to know the scope of variables, and learn the accessibility modifiers of Classes and Methods (for example, Public and Private keywords).
18 | Understanding Namespaces and Working with the .NET Class Library
Learn about Namespaces and how to work with the .NET Class Libraries.
19 | Getting Familiar with the My Namespace
Get familiar with the My Namespace, which exposes properties and methods that enable you to easily take advantage of the power of the .NET Framework.
20 | Creating and Adding References to Assemblies
Learn how to add references to Assemblies and how to create your own Class library.
21 | Working with Collections
Learn to code with Collections, which are objects used for grouping and managing related objects,

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