VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING
This course is a comprehensive introduction to Visual Basic, one of
Microsoft’s object-oriented development tools. Topics covered include
language syntax, logic and flow control, data structures, procedures and
functions, arrays, event and exception handling, files and database
connectivity. Object-oriented principles will be emphasized, including the
design and coding of classes. Prerequisites: Prior or concurrent enrollment
in IS:110 and Reading Proficiency
This is the course I plan on taking this semester. I plan on following up with the advanced VB class if this goes well. I have really no programming experience, I do however have SQL experience. I know it's not a programming language, but............
This year I am slated to take both VB classes and C# intro. Is this a wise decision? Does this make sense from a programmers point of view. I am looking to get into an application support role tier 3. Almost like a SME who can utilize SQL for reporting and understand the principals for C# and VB.
Any in put would be greatly appreciated.