qRight now, somewhere, a VB project is failing - because nobody took the time up front to define, specify, and design that project. It's so easy to create slick dialogs, many developers forget that designing screens and designing software systems are two different things!q qThe solution: Visual Basic 6: Design, Specification, and Objects, by Billy S. Hollis. Forget those academic, head-in-the-clouds object design guides, this is real-world, hands-on stuff. You'll learn requirements-gathering techniques that work: who to interview, how to prepare, how to follow up, and more. You'll learn the most effective ways to write requirements documents (with MS-Word templates on CD-ROM to jumpstart the process). You'll master data modeling; n-tier design; unique considerations for commercial software; even the Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF), Microsoft's official development methodology.q--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights ReservedHernandez, M. J., Database Design for Mere Mortals: A Hands-on Guide to Relational Database Design. ... New York, NY: AMC Press Books, 1995, ISBN 0- 201-87712-0 Kurata, D., Doing Objects in Microsoft Visual Basic 5.0. ... 1-55622- 638-1 Swartzfager, G., R. Chandak, P. Chandak, and S. Alvarez, Visual Basic 6 Object-Oriented Programming Gold Book: Professional Skill ... New York, NY: Warner Books, Inc., 1990, ISBN0-446-39-158-1 Walther, S., Active Server Pages Unleashed.
|Title||:||Visual Basic 6|
|Author||:||Billy S. Hollis|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall Ptr - 1999|