COBOL and Visual Basic on .NET: A Guide for the Reformed Mainframe Programmer

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This is a comprehensive .NET-retraining guide written for the COBOL/CICS mainframe programmer from the perspective of a former COBOL/CICS programmer.
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ISBN-13: 9781590590485
ISBN-10: 1590590481
Pagini: 1032
Ilustrații: biography
Dimensiuni: 191 x 235 x 51 mm
Greutate: 1.89 kg
Ediția: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed.
Editura: Apress
Colecția Apress
Locul publicării: Berkeley, CA, United States

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From the reviews:
"This book explains what .Net is, then provides a comprehensive guide to retraining. The style is conversational and easy to read. … Presentation is well structured, with plenty of notes, tips and cautions on matters such as registry editing. There are cross references to related topics covered in other chapters, and a copious index and relevant references are provided at the end of each chapter, with useful downloads." (Philip Ballinger, Computer Bulletin, March, 2004)

Notă biografică

strongChris L. Richardson/strong is a senior software engineer on a .NET web development project at a Fortune 500 company. Before making the transition to Windows and web programming, he held senior programmer/analyst positions on the mainframe platform. For the majority of his 20+ years in the information technology field, he has developed using COBOL, CICS, and DB2. Chris proudly reminds people of his mainframe background and jokingly refers to himself as a "reformed mainframe programmer." He divides his leisure time between entrepreneurial endeavors (such as his startup, California-based eClectic Software Solutions) and studying for his next Microsoft certification exam.


Written from the perspective of a former COBOL/CICS mainframe programmer
Familiar mainframe terms/concepts are used to help introduce the .NET technologies
COBOL .NET and Visual Basic .NET code samples are provided
Author is a Senior Software Engineer on a .NET Web Development project at a Fortune 500 company