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@Headline = Topics include:@Bullet1 = Why Should You Move to Visual Basic.NET@Bullet2 = Major VB.NET Changes@Bullet3 = Building Classes and Assemblies with VB.NET@Bullet4 = Building Windows Services with VB.NET@Bullet5 = Upgrading VB6 Projects to VB.NET@Bullet6 = PerformanceSecurity@Bullet7 = Configuration and Deployment@Headline = New Topics include:@Bullet1 = .NET Framework@Bullet2 = VB.NET Inheritance@Bullet3 = VB.NET Web Services@Bullet4 = VB.NET Web Applications@Bullet5 = VB.NET Windows Services@Bullet6 = .NET Assemblies@Bullet7 = ADO.NET@Bullet8 = ASP.NET
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