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Tim Patrick

Tim Patrick is an author, software architect, and lover of history. He has published a dozen books, mostly on technology topics, and is a regular magazine contributor. As the founder and host of the Well-Read Man Project, he spent years offering regular commentary on current events, politics, history, and books old and new.

For more than three decades, Tim has spent each day developing custom software applications for small- and medium-sized businesses. Way back in 2007, Microsoft welcomed Tim into its Most Valuable Professional (MVP) program thanks to the assistance he provides to beginning and intermediate developers. He earned his computer science degree from Seattle Pacific University, and began work on his very first book while sitting in a class at that prestigious institution.

You can contact Tim Patrick by email at tim@timaki.com.

Books by Tim Patrick

Tim Patrick is the author of several books on software development and other topics. Click on a book image to discover more information about that title.

Self-Evident
Self-Evident
Published by Owani Press
December 2017
Start-to-Finish Visual C# 2015
Start-to-Finish Visual C# 2015
Published by Owani Press
September 2016
Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2015
Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2015
Published by Owani Press
April 2016
C#-Visual Basic Bilingual Dictionary
C#-Visual Basic Bilingual Dictionary
Published by Owani Press
May 2015
Microsoft ADO.NET 4 Step by Step
Microsoft ADO.NET 4 Step by Step
Published by Microsoft Press
October 2010
Break the News to Me Gently
Break the News to Me Gently
Published by Tim Patrick
February 2010
Programming Visual Basic 2008
Programming Visual Basic 2008
Published by O’Reilly Media
May 2008
Visual Basic 2005 Cookbook
Visual Basic 2005 Cookbook
Published by O’Reilly Media
September 2006
Visual Basic 2005 in a Nutshell
Visual Basic 2005 in a Nutshell
Published by O’Reilly Media
February 2006
Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005
Start-to-Finish Visual Basic 2005
Published Addison-Wesley Professional
November 2006
The Visual Basic .NET Style Guide
The Visual Basic .NET Style Guide
Published by Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
December 2001
The Visual Basic Style Guide
The Visual Basic Style Guide
Published by Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
May 2000

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