ADO.NET Programming in Visual Basic .NET By Steve Holzner, Bob Howell
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Chapter 2. Object-Oriented Programming in Visual Basic .NET
We have now had a brief introduction into the world of OOP. This should be enough to enable you to understand the terminology and to see how ADO .NET uses OOP technology. We have only really scratched the surface of what is possible using OOP technology in VB. I encourage you to investigate further.
Next we move on to looking at the Visual Studio IDE and the available database tools.