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Internationalization and Software Development: Visual Basic

Course Description
This course introduces how Internationalization concepts are implemented by Visual Basic. In particular its locale and encoding support are described, which i18n issues are hard to implement, and how .NET arrives to save the world.

Audience: The course is designed for Technical management, software architects, developers and testers.

Duration:
The course is approximately 4 hours in duration.

Prerequisites
The course has the following prerequisites:
  • Globalization Basics
  • Internationalization Platforms: MS Windows or Internationalization Platforms: Unix/Linux/Solaris
Syllabus

    1. The definition and use of Locale in VB
    2. Encoding concepts and issues from a software development aspect, especially concerning Unicode.
    3. Review of locale sensitive functions/classes in VB
    4. Improvements and changes between VB6 and VB.NET
    5. Encoding Conversions
    6. Pitfalls and issues
    7. Coding standards and development environment
    8. Resource Files (e.g. Satellite DLL's)
    9. Question and Answer

     



 
 


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