Now you've really reached the end of the book. You can read through the appendices and the index if you're still hungry for more. But a better solution would be to find out if I've come out with the next edition of the book and buy it. Ha!
I thank you for taking the time to read through Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005. It was written so that you might expand your understanding and expertise of a very practical and very enjoyable subject: Visual Basic. And "enjoyable" is the key word. Nobody has to be a computer programmer, no matter what historians say. You should take on the role of a Visual Basic developer only if you truly take pleasure in helping other people become more productive through specialized or general software. If, even after reading this book, you find coding to be a bore and sheer drudgery, I recommend the food services industry as an alternative.
For those of you still excited about Visual Basic programming, have as much fun with it as possible. Microsoft is constantly updating the language and its Visual Studio shell so that you can really enjoy yourself as you program. Why do you think they put in all of those animation features? Take time to go beyond the mundane in your code and in your user interfaces. Challenge yourself by trying out new features within the language and in the Framework. And above all, smile each time you successfully complete a project. Your author, and your users, will thank you.