You'll discover capabilities you never knew existed, learn to use advanced OO capabilities in Windows Forms, find out how to build large, complex Windows Forms applications, and get an advanced look at the changes in Windows Forms 2.0 for Visual Studio 2005. Capabilities included in the "toolkit" include management and display of forms, data validation, security management, and dirty checking.
Billy Hollis is co-author of the first book ever published on Visual Basic. NET. He writes a monthly column for MSDN Online, and is heavily involved in training, consultation, and software development on the Microsoft .NET platform, focusing on smart-client development and commercial packages. He frequently speaks at industry conferences such as Microsoft's PDC, TechEd, and Comdex.