Introduction to C# Programming with Microsoft .NET
40 Hours of Training | 190 Mb

In this five-day instructor-led course, developers learn the fundamental skills that are required to design and develop object-oriented applications for the Web and Microsoft Windows by using Microsoft Visual C# .NET and the Microsoft Visual Studio .NET development environment. This course provides an alternative entry point for less experienced programmers who are not familiar with object-oriented design and programming with Windows or the Web.
This course is intended for:

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Developers who are not familiar with object-oriented programming.
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Developers who understand computer programming, but may have learned programming by using a non-graphical language in a university.

These developers want to build highly functional Web and Windows solutions and Web Services by using Microsoft Visual C# .NET and the Microsoft .NET Framework.

Learn To:
To sequence the stages in the runtime compile and execute process.
To match Web Form attributes with their functions.
To identify methods of creating a Web Form.
To convert an HTML page to a Web Form.
To identify features of event procedures.
To identify the syntax for creating an event procedure.
To sequence the steps for adding an event procedure to a Web control.
To identify features of structured exception handling.
To identify the syntax of Try/Catch/Finally.
To identify the syntax for configuring custom error pages.
To identify features of ADO.NET.
To identify the syntax for importing ADO.NET namespaces.
To identify features of the ADO.NET object model.
To identify features of SQL Server security authentication.
To match connection string parameters with their functions.
To identify characteristics of a DataAdapter.
To identify features of XML.
To match XML core technologies with their functions.
To identify the syntax for linking Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformation (XSLT) stylesheets to XML documents.
To match state management types with their features.
To identify characteristics of server-side state management.
To identify characteristics of client-side state management.
To identify features of the Cache object.
To identify the syntax for using the Cache object.
To match output cache types with their functions.
To identify features of authentication methods.
To match Internet Information Services (IIS) authentication methods with their features.
To identify functions of Secure Sockets Layer (SSL).
Training Audience:
The Thomson NETg course intended audience for this curriculum are individuals involved in programming in C, C , ******oft Visual Basic or Java and wish to program in C#. They are involved in developing enterprise business solutions. The audience will include application developers, system analysts, and software engineers. It is expected that learners should have experience programming in C, C , Visual Basic, Java, or another programming language. Learners should also have basic familiarity with the .NET framework and the .NET strategy.