If you're looking for a good tutorial for Objects, classes, and the other fundamentals of VB
2005 and you don't have prior OOP experience, I'd probably recommend the Beginning VB
2005 book. I'd recommend the Professional VB
2005 book more if you already had some OOP or VB
experience but were trying to move up to VB
While the discussion in either book will be helpful to learning these basis, both of those books are mostly devoted to WinForms. Near the end of each book, you get a couple of chapters in each devoted to ASP.NET/web development. But, whether the examples are WinForms or Web, the concepts (objects, classes, etc) apply to either.
You might also take a look at Professional ASP.NET 2.0. It's examples are in both VB
and C#. While the coverage there isn't intended to teach VB
core concepts, there are enough examples that you will probably learn some additional VB
along the way.
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