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Enhancing Your C#.NET Skills Using Visual Studio 2008

Course Code: STT61090
Length: 5 Days
Tuition: $2,195.00

Schedule for this Course

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Course Description:

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to create programs using the C#.NET programming language.  This course is designed for intermediate or higher programmers that are converting to C# and the .NET Framework.

At the end of this course, students will be able to create an application using the C#.NET language with  Visual Studio 2008.  They will also be able to use the language features and syntax of C#.NET, explain  and use the concepts and terminology of object-oriented programming, create applications by using  Microsoft Windows Forms, create Internet applications that use Web Forms and Web Services, create applications that use ADO.NET,  create components (DLL’s), and create setup and deployment.

Prerequisites

  • One year or more programming experience of any kind is helpful.
  • Experience writing T-SQL statements (Select, Insert, Update, Delete) is helpful
  • Familiarity with a Microsoft Windows operating system is helpful

Course Outline:

.NET Framework 2.0 and 3.5

Visual Studio 2008

Creating Windows Forms

Creating a Web Site Using ASP.NET Web Forms (Optional)

C# Basics

C# Syntax

Basic Coding in C#
Value Types vs. Reference Types
Arrays
Casts
Structures
Classes
Errors and Exceptions

Object Oriented 

Inheritance
Interfaces

.NET Framework Classes including:

Strings and Regular Expressions Generics
Collections
Serialization
Threading

Memory Management

Data Access

ADO.NET
LINQ Overview
LINQ to SQL
LINQ to XML

.NET Remoting
Windows Communication Foundation
Web Services (optional)

SQL Server 2005 Essentials for programmers/developers

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