SETC Training844-434-7382
 Find a Course: 
 
Programming TrainingMicrosoft TrainingMS Office TrainingServer TrainingManagement TrainingNetwork TrainingAbout UsContact Us

.NET Training


The instructor appeared to be very knowledgeable with regard to all aspects of the course. He was quick to point out features which were new or had changed since previous versions, and called specific attention to information he thought was particularly relevant to us.
Comment from DND

1. Title

  • The Complete .NET Development Course (NFCOMP, 9 days)
    View PDF

2. Course Pre-requisites

  • Basic knowledge of programming structures inlcuding variable declaration, conditional and looping expressions and function calls

3. Target Audience

  • Programmers who want to familiarize themselved with the design and implementation of object oriented applications with VB .NET or C#

4. Dates and Pricing


2 People for Guaranteed Live or Virtual Delivery $6,600.00 per person

5. Outline

Module 1: The.NET Framework

Topic 1: The Application Tiers: 1, 2 and 3-tiered Applications

Topic 2: Strings, Globalization and Conversions

Topic 3: Debugging

Topic 4: Distributed Applications: Technology and Infrastructure

Topic 5: Web Applications: Technology and Infrastructure.

Topic 6: .NET Framework Versions and Capabilities

Topic 7: The .NET Answer

Topic 8: Assemblies and Namespaces

Topic 9: The Visual Studio .NET Environment

Module 2: Object Oriented Analysis and Design

Topic 1: The Rational Unified Process

Topic 2: The Inception Phase

Topic 3: The Elaboration Phase

Topic 4: The Construction Phase

Topic 5: The Transition Phase

Module 3: Object Oriented Analysis

Topic 1: The Happy Video Store

Topic 2: Identifying the Objects

Topic 3: Identifying the Associations

Topic 4: The Domain Model.

Topic 5: The Happy Video Store Draft Domain Model

Topic 6: Adding Attributes

Topic 7: What Makes Good Software

Topic 8: What Is An Object

Topic 9: The Advantages of Object Oriented Programming

Topic 10: Object Re-use

Topic 11: Objects and Classes

Topic 12: Identifying the Objects: Object Oriented Analysis

Topic 13: Gathering Application Requirements

Topic 14: Use Cases

Module 4: Object Oriented Design

Topic 1: Going From Analysis To Design

Topic 2: UML Class Notation

Topic 3: Generalization

Topic 4: Aggregations

Topic 5: Collection Classes

Topic 6: The Final Class Diagram

Topic 7: The Rup and Ood

Module 5: Creating Objects with VB .NET

Topic 1: Proper Coding

Topic 2: Using Classes

Topic 3: Creating Classes

Topic 4: Class Properties

Topic 5: Object Methods

Topic 6: Constructors and Destructors

Topic 7: Destructors

Topic 8: Static Data

Topic 9: A Complete Object Example

Module 6: Inheritance and Polymorphism

Topic 1: Inheritance

Topic 2: Polymorphism

Topic 3: Abstract Functions and Classes

Topic 4: Interfaces

Topic 5: Common .NET Inheritance Examples

Module 7: Working with Objects

Topic 1: Working with Reference Types

Topic 2: Collections

Topic 3: Events

Topic 4: Design Patterns

Topic 5: File Io Operations

Topic 6: Serialization

Topic 7: Multi-threaded Programming

Module 8: Web Application Development

Topic 1: Internet Basics

Topic 2: Creating Web Controls

Topic 3: Caching Web Content

Topic 4: Tracing

Topic 5: XML Web Services Introduction

Topic 6: ASP .NET Fundamentals

Topic 7: Web Form Designer

Topic 8: Form Basics

Topic 9: Control Basics

Topic 10: Creating Forms

Topic 11: Basic Controls

Topic 12: Validation Controls

Topic 13: State Management

Module 9: Database Programming

Topic 1: ADO .NET Overview

Topic 2: Connections

Topic 3: Connected Data: SQL Statements

Topic 4: Connected Data: Stored Procedures

Topic 5: Using Transactions

Module 10: Disconnected Data

Topic 1: Using the Dataset Class

Topic 2: Change Management

Topic 3: Constraints and Relations

Topic 4: Updating the Database

Topic 5: Data Binding

Topic 6: XML Integration

Module 11: Configuration and Deployment

Topic 1: Application Configuration

Topic 2: Application Deployment

Topic 3: Visual Studio .NET Setup Projects

SETC Training on LinkedIn follow @CTESTraining Follow us on Facebook
  Programming Training
  Microsoft Training
  Network Training
  Management Training
  Server Training
  Microsoft Office Training
Site developed and authored by Jean-Marc Choquette