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Books co-authored by David Jung and ones we recommend

All of these books can be purchased in most major book stores in the U.S. and many other countries. For online ordering via Amazon.com, click on the hyperlinks associated with each book.

Debugging Visual Basic: Troubleshooting for Programmers
David Jung and Jeff Kent

Fix buggy programs and prevent pesky errors from slipping into your Visual Basic applications with the techniques, tricks, and expert advice in this unique resource. Debugging Visual Basic is packed with concise explanations, examples, and real-world solutions that will have you writing clean code in no time! You'll find all the information you need to stamp out common and little-known bugs using the compiler, error-handling statements, Win32 APIs, ActiveX Data Object, user interface design, and self-registering COM objects. In addition, you will find discussions on best practices for every stage of a successful product release such as joint application development sessions, code reviews, and testing and defect tracking. The valuable appendix will have you fully up-to-date on some of the latest third-party debugging and application deployment tools for Visual Basic. Use the knowledge and insight in this handbook to prevent every programmer's worst nightmare--downtime, lost revenue, and unhappy clients.


Microsoft Outlook 2000 Programming Bible
Jeff Kent and David Jung

If you're a developer who wants to build collaborative solutions using Outlook 2000, then this is the guide for you. Covering cutting-edge topics such as Collaboration Data Objects, Component Object MOM add-ins and Outlook Web components, this comprehensive book will help you extend Outlook to maximize its information-sharing capabilities in desktop, Exchange Server, and Web environments.

Outlook 2000 Programming Bible

Visual Basic Annotated Archives
David Jung and Jeff Kent

Unique in its focus on advanced programming concepts, Visual Basic Annotated Archives explains how to extend and transcend the built-in limitations of Visual Basic using the Win32 API and subclassing. It also provides extensive coverage of cutting-edge programming techniques for using ADO 2.0, Dynamic HTML, Web Classes, and the Microsoft Transaction Server. All aspects of application development, including the user interface, business objects, COM objects, and programming for the Internet are thoroughly covered. The book's code components are ready-to-use for development of high-performance applications for the Internet, intranet, and client/server environments. The detailed expert annotations will enable you to customize code components to fit your needs. A valuable CD-ROM containing all of the book's source code and applications is also included. Visual Basic Annotated Archives is a unique and dynamic resource you'll use time and time again.

Note from authors: Chapter 13's final project is missing from the CD. We are in the process of recovering the file from storage. Once found, it will be posted here.

Chapter 11 Correction - XCopy32 Click here to view

Outlook 2000 Programming Bible

Waite Group's Visual Basic 6 SuperBible
David Jung (Editor), Pierre Boutquin, Loren Eidahl, John D. Conley III

The Waite Group's Visual Basic 6 SuperBible is a good resource for programmers who want comprehensive, updated coverage of the most common Visual Basic concepts and language elements. Concise descriptions detail everything you need to know about each Visual Basic command, component, and control. For quick reference, you can easily look up any function, statement, method, property, or event in the alphabetical jump table in the front of the book. To find out what language features are related to a specific task that you want your program to perform, use the task jump table.

Every example, project, and screenshot in the book has been created to reflect a professional coding style that takes advantage of all the new features of Visual Basic 6, making it an ideal source of knowledge for both beginners and experienced programmers. Entries include a description, general syntax, example syntax, purpose, and see alsos.

From the very beginning of the process, industry experts have been instrumental in the creation of the outline and selection of covered topics.

Outlook 2000 Programming Bible

Visual Basic 6 Client/Server How-To
Noel Jerke, George Szabo, David Jung, Don Kiely

Visual Basic 6 Client/Server How-To is a practical step-by-step guide to implementing three-tiered distributed slient/server solutions using the tools provided in Microsoft's Visual Basic 6. It addresses the needs of programmers looking fo -Save hundreds of hours of programming time by providing step-by-step solutions to more than 75 Visual Basic 6 Client/Server problems -Covers topics like OOP, ODBC, OLE, RDO, distributed computing, and three-tier client/server development -Addresses the issues associated with deploying business rules on an intermediate, centralized server.

Files missing from Companion CD
idata Database (Access Format)
Hotel Database (Access Format)


Teach Yourself Visual Basic 6 Online in Web Time
Mark Spenik, Andrew J. Indovina, Pierre Boutquin, David Jung, John Harrington, Heidi Brumbaugh

Sams Teach Yourself Visual Basic 6 in WebTime is a book-plus-online course designed to get new programmers up to speed quickly in the latest release of Visual Basic. It contains everything needed to become an intermediate level VB programmer. Based on the popular Visual Basic 6 Interactive Course, this book is connected to an instructional Website. The online site offers test and programming exercise material not found in the book, access to a threaded discussion list moderated by a subject matter expert, plus a searchable online reference title for each course. 

Paul Sheriff Teaches Visual Basic 6
Paul Sheriff

Paul Sheriff has taught Visual Basic long enough to know what beginning programmers want. This book is designed for programmers that have little or no Visual Basic or Windows programming experience. Students will learn the syntax of the Visual Basic language, event driven programming, and how to put together a complete Visual Basic application. The emphasis in this book is on good coding practices such as industry accepted naming standards, indentation and code reusability. If you are a developer who needs to learn how to put together a Visual Basic application the right way, this book is for you.