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Design Patterns in C#

Daniel, the instructor was most informative and approachable.

Rob Angus - Mizuho Bank, Ltd

Design Patterns in C#

The trainer had a good knowledge of the subject and a good raport with the delgates.

David Newing - Mizuho Bank, Ltd

Developing Desktop Applications with Visual Studio 2012, VB.NET and SQL Server 2012

What did you like the most about the training?:

I appreciated Fulvio's wide breadth of knowledge. Not only was he familiar with the course content, but he also knew of constructs in languages we were familiar with to make examples more meaningful to us. During intervals he shared his knowledge of technologies and solutions outside the training scope to provide insights into other solutions we could use in future (and future training).

Raphael Keymer - Markit Valuations Limited

Developing Desktop Applications with Visual Studio 2012, VB.NET and SQL Server 2012

What did you like the most about the training?:

Fulvio (the trainer) very knowledgeable + happy to adapt to our needs

James Ritchie - Markit Valuations Limited.

Programming in WPF 4.5

We have learned a lot during the training. And the trainer did his best to fulfill the training to our needs. So in short, we're very pleased.

Jörgen Flach Jason software developer N.V. Nederlandse Gasunie http://www.gasunie.nl/

Visual Studio with VB.Net

The trainer focused on each persons requirements for the course and tuned the material to suit our goals.

Daniel Watkins - Daido Industrial Bearings Europe Ltd

Programming in C# 5.0 with Visual Studio 2012

Explanation methods .....

Andrea Rotondi - ATG Europe

Programming in C# 5.0 with Visual Studio 2012

Explanation methods .....

Andrea Rotondi - ATG Europe

Programming in C# 5.0 with Visual Studio 2012

Explanation methods .....

Andrea Rotondi - ATG Europe

Introducing C# 6.0 with Visual Studio 2015/2017

Practical exercises

Marcin Kocikowski - SOFTRONIC Sp. z o.o.

Introducing C# 6.0 with Visual Studio 2015/2017

Workshop approach
Tasks

Mateusz Juszczak - SOFTRONIC Sp. z o.o.

Introducing C# 6.0 with Visual Studio 2015/2017

Trainer knowledge :)

Krzysztof Jeżewicz - SOFTRONIC Sp. z o.o.

Introducing C# 6.0 with Visual Studio 2015/2017

Many useful and practical examples

Daria Skalniak - SOFTRONIC Sp. z o.o.

Introducing C# 6.0 with Visual Studio 2015/2017

Trainer knowledge and approach.

Piotr Kucharski - SOFTRONIC Sp. z o.o.

Visual Studio with VB.Net

Brian was great.

Joel Spittlehouse - Kostal UK

Visual Studio with VB.Net

The atmosphere was easy going and Brian helped us understand with real life examples making it more comprehensive and tangible.

Kostal UK

C-sharp Course Outlines

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advancedcsharp Advanced Programming in C# 35 hours C# is an efficient, object-oriented language for developing applications on the Microsoft .NET platform. This course introduces advanced features of C#, examines its usage as both a desktop application programming language and a web programming language for solving real-world problems. Programming techniques and principals are demonstrated and practiced through in-class, hands-on exercises and walk-throughs. Audience     Developers / programmers Format of the course     C# advanced principles are discussed as participants step through the creation of a real-world application. Introduction to advanced programming in C# and .NET Working with Visual Studio Windows Forms programming Multithreading in C# Handling graphics with GDI+ Attributes, exception handlers and event logging Fetching type information with Reflection Dynamic Types Accessing the file system Working with Streams, Threads, and Tasks Asynchronous programming with async and await Implementing roles-based and code access security Debugging and compiling your application C# for creating ASP.NET web applications Web methods, web services, and asynchronous web services Deploying your application  
dpcs Design Patterns in C# 14 hours Target group: Technical Team Leader, Software Developer Learning objective: The purpose of training is to acquire the ability to design advanced development / project structures in C #. During the course, students become familiar with the MSDN resources and tools to support the development process, such as Microsoft Visual Studio, ReSharper. Theoretical fundamentals of design patterns History of design patterns Design patterns categories Patterns (theory and practice) - Creational Design Patterns Abstract Factory Builder Factory Method Object Pool Prototype Singleton Patterns (theory and practice) - Structural Design Patterns Adapter Bridge Composite Decorator Facade Flyweight Private Class Data Proxy Patterns (theory and practice) - Behavioral Design Patterns Chain of responsibility Command Interpreter Iterator Mediator Memento Null Object Observer State Strategy Template method Visitor Complex Design Patterns MVC (Model - View - Controller) Active Record Repository Architecture Design Simulation - Hands On Labs Development of System Architecture in groups based on the specified Business Case
822 C#.Net 35 hours Objectives This C# course will enable delegates to develop applications in the C# programming language. Delegates will be able to program using the principles of object orientation. The course will also cover how to use the Visual Studio 2010 development environment to produce robust and maintainable applications. Audience This course is intended for the following types of software developers: New developers Developers who understand computer programming but may have learned programming by using a non-graphical language in a university These developers want to build solutions by using C#; within the Microsoft .NET Framework. They also want to employ Object Orientated techniques to enhance their development skills. Module 1. Principles of Object Orientation Creating models Classes & objects Encapsulation, specialisation & polymorphism Module 2. Designing Applications with UML What Is UML UML Diagrams Use Case Diagrams Class Diagrams Interaction Diagrams Module 3. Getting Started with C# C# and .Net The C# Language Visual Studio IDE Module 4. C# Language Fundamentals Data Types Variables Constants Strings Statements Expressions Module 5. Branching Conditional branching statements Unconditional branching statements Loops Module 6. Operators Assignment Mathematical operators Increment & decrement Relational Module 7. Classes and Objects Defining classes Constructors Static and instance members Destroying objects Module 8. Inside Methods Overloading methods Encapsulating data with properties Returning multiple values Module 9. Debugging Setting a breakpoint The Call stack Module 10. Inheritance and Polymorphism Specialisation and generalisation Inheritance Polymorphism Abstract and sealed classes The root class: object Boxing and unboxing types Module 11. Operator Overloading Using the Operator Keyword Creating Useful Operators Logical pairs Conversion Operators Module 12. Structs Defining a Struct Module 13. Interfaces Implementing and interface Implementing more than one interface Casting to an interface Extending and interface Module 14. Arrays Declaring arrays Multidimensional arrays System.Array Indexers Module 15. Collection Interfaces and Types The collection interfaces Array lists Queues and stacks Module 16. Strings Creating strings Manipulating strings The StringBuilder class Module 17. Throwing and Catching Exceptions The throw statement The try and catch statement How the call stack works Exception class methods and properties Module 18. Delegates and Events Delegates Events Module 19. Generics Generics: A Primer Parameterizing by data type System.Collections.Generics class
3627 Introduction to Programming 35 hours The purpose of the training is to provide a basis for programming from the ground up to the general syntax of programming paradigms. The training is supported by examples based on programming languages ​​such as C, Java, Python, Scala, C #, Closure and JavaScript. During the training, participants gain a general understanding of both the programming patterns, best practices, commonly used design and review of the implementation of these topics through various platforms. Each of the issues discussed during the course are illustrated with examples of both the most basic and more advanced and based on real problems. Introduction What is programming and why should devote his attention History of programming Opportunity to automate tasks using the software The role of the programmer and the computer in the enterprise Programming today the development of the current market trends Declarative and imperative programming. How or What? Turing machine Consolidation, compilation and interpretation "on the fly". Reminder issues of logic and Boolean algebra predicates logical sentences tautologies Boolean algebra The first program structurally functionally object And how else? Simple types Representation of strings Integers Floating-point numbers Boolean Type Null A blank or Uninitialized Strong and weak typing Data structures Concepts FIFO and FILO Stacks Queues Declaring arrays and lists Indexing Maps Records Trees Operators Assignment Operators. Arithmetic operators. comparison Operators And a comparison of the values ​​in different languages Bitwise Concatenation Increment and decrement operators The most common errors Controlling the program The if, if else instructions Goto instructions, discuss the problems of application. The switch The for loop, for-in The while loop, do-while foreach loop Stopping loop Creating a reusable code Functional Programming Object-Oriented Programming Functional programming paradigms What is the function of Function and procedure Fundamentals of lambda calculus Function Arguments Returning values Functions as arguments Anonymous functions Closures Recursion The paradigms of object-oriented programming Representation of entities from the real world entities in philosophy, ontology Deciding what you want to object, or other types of Declaration of classes Creating instances of classes Fields, a state of the object Methods, as the behavior of an object abstraction Encapsulation Inheritance polymorphism Association and aggregation Delegation and separation of relationships between objects Modules, packages and libraries Sharing API The modeling of the system as classes and objects Describing and programming relationships between classes Program from a business perspective Good programming practice Pitfalls and common errors High-level code in the interpretation of low-level Code optimization KISS principle DRY principle Principle Worse is Better Separation abstraction of implementation Methods of error detection logic programs Conventions godowania Commenting the code Software Metrics Overview of these technologies and languages The area of application of these languages The main features of language Prospects for development The future direction of development: algorithmic, optimization of code, implementing patterns, design patterns, architectural patterns, analytical standards Reduction of the control structure - the use of artificial intelligence and automated decision-making Which platform to choose? Individual consultations
3121 Introducing C# 4.0 with Visual Studio 2010 28 hours IDE Introduction to Visual Studio 2010 Console.WriteLine, Console.ReadLine Hello C# World ! Compiling and Debugging Comments in C # The mention of Class, using, Main .NET 4.0 What is .NET? CLR and GC DLL and EXE ? Technologies within. NET C# Fundamenty History C# from 1.0 do 4.0 Pascal Case, Camel Case Uppercase Keywords, Literals, Operators, Punctuators, Statements, Comments Value Type, Reference Type Assigning and comparing variables Conditional operations - If, Switch Loops - For, Foreach, while, to… while… Overview of key words and operators of C # C# 4.0 Numeric and Boolean types Classes and Objects (inheritance, polymorphism) Felds Properties Indexery, Operators Methods Delegates, Events, Anonymous Methods Namespaces Interface, Structure, Enum Boards Exceptions Generic Types and Anonymous Strings text strings and characters. Attributes .NET Class Library Collections Files and Data Streams Communication between systems Dates Serialization Parallel Programming Asynchronous operations and parallelized Useful operations Access to Data ADO.NET LINQ ORM – Entity Framework Data in SOA Review of applications that can be developed in C # and. NET Framework 4 Windows Presentation Foundation ASP.NET MVC 2 Silverlight
685 Basics of C # language based on object model 35 hours Object oriented Features of the object model The object type in the context of the object Task: Object Modeling Summary of tasks Task: identify the characteristics and behaviors of an object Summary of tasks: clarifying the concept of "accumulation" Task: refactoring the model with "collection" Summary of tasks Task: development of an object model Summary of tasks The relationship of the object model Associations Association described the direction and range Relationships of composite and partial aggregation Task: Identification of associations in the object model Summary of tasks Task: Identification of aggregation Summary of tasks Simple types and collections in C # Characteristics of simple types Collections in C # Task: completion of an object model Summary of tasks: aggregation = collection Object Features: Encapsulation = VISIBILITY Characteristics of visibility in C # Presentation of the visibility of the object model Task: completion of the object model of the visibility Summary of tasks Implementation of the object model in C # Define a reference type = class Task: Create a class Summary of tasks Define component classes: characteristics and behavior = features and functions Task: Define component classes Summary of tasks Implementation of logic in C # Characteristics of arithmetic and logical operators in C # Characteristics of conditional statements IF and SWITCH Cyclic data processing foreach, for and types while "Contract" the difference between function and method Task: Implementation of logic Summary of tasks Starting the application Introduction to keep track of the program Task: Review the program Task: the use of tracking and STACK TRACE WATCH Tracking Summary Object Features: Inheritance Task: change requirements Summary of tasks Characteristics of the inheritance relation Task: the use of inheritance in object model Summary of tasks Inheritance from the perspective of C # Task: implementation inheritance Summary of tasks: the advantages of inheritance Overriding, overwrite and new versions of components in C # = overload, OVERRIDE, NEW Task: detailing the implementation Summary of tasks Polymorphism Characteristics of polymorphism Task: to understand the polymorphism A summary of the task: tracing of the polymorphism in DEBUG mode type casting in C # = operator AS, explicit and implicit projection Task: the use of polymorphism Summary of tasks Pattern object type = abstract class Characteristics of abstract classes Use an abstract class for the object model Task: the definition of abstract classes Summary of tasks Components of an abstract type = ABSTRACT Task: completion of the implementation Summary of tasks Protection of abstract classes from changes in the derived classes in C # Interface Interface Characteristics Difference between abstract class and interface Task: Identification of interfaces Summary of tasks Task: the choice between an interface and abstract class Summary of tasks Task: implement interfaces Summary of tasks Task: change requirements Summary of tasks: the advantages of interfaces "Solid" in C # Characteristics of continuous variables in C # - CONST, READONLY Task: completion of the implementation of a continuous variable Summary of tasks Structured types and enumerations in C # Characteristics of structured types - STRUCT Characteristics of the calculations - ENUM Task: to enrich the implementation of the calculation Summary of tasks
pwin8xamlc Programming in Windows 8 with XAML and C# 21 hours Target group: Technical Team Leader, Software Developer Learning objective: The purpose of training is to acquire the ability to develop business desktop applications in Windows 8 with XAML and C#. During the course, students become familiar with the MSDN resources and tools to support the development process, such as Microsoft Visual Studio. IDE Introduction to Visual Studio 2012 First program - Hello WPF World ! Compilation, Debugging Microsoft .NET What is .NET? CLR and Garbage Collector DLL vs. EXE? Technologies within .NET Foundations of Windows 8 Development Windows 8 Development History MVVM design pattern - description Windows 8 Development vs. WPF vs. Windows Forms Differences between XAML with  C#, and HTML 5 with JavaScript In and Out Windows 8 Development project structure XAML, Layout, Dependency Properties Commands and Resources Events Styles and Behaviours Databinding, Data Streams  Data Flow Data modelling in Windows 8 Development Access to databases LINQ Entity Framework CRUD operations Data Validation Controls Controls review User Controls a Custom Controls Templates Advanced topics Asynchronous and parallel operations IoC (Inverse of Control) Unity 2, PRISM Complete Business Application - Real World Application Development of System Architecture in groups based on the specified Business Case Data modelling Implementation Application testing
vsvb Visual Studio with VB.Net 21 hours Introduction to Visual Studio This unit provides a hands-on, fast-paced opportunity for experienced developers to learn how to use some of the new productivity features in Visual Studio . It provides an introduction to the use of some language enhancements such as generics, and the use of code snippets. This unit is also designed as an introduction to the workshop learning format. After completing this unit, students will be able to: Build collections using generics Use existing code snippets in code and create new code snippets Use My classes to access system and application resources Object-Oriented Design The following topics are covered in this unit: Designing Classes Object-Oriented Programming Concepts Advanced Object-Oriented Programming Concepts After completing this unit, you will be able to: Describe the basics of object-oriented design. Explain the concepts of encapsulation, inheritance, interfaces, and polymorphism. Create classes based on use cases. Model classes for use in .NET by using Visio. Object-Oriented Programming The following topics are covered in this unit: Defining Classes Creating and Destroying Objects Inheritance Interfaces Working with Classes After completing this unit, you will be able to: Define classes. Instantiate and use objects in client code. Create classes that use inheritance. Define interfaces and use polymorphism. Create shared members. Create class events and handle them from a client application. Using ADO.NET The following topics are covered in this unit: ADO.NET Overview .NET Data Providers The DataSet Object Data Designers and Data Binding XML Integration After completing this unit, you will be able to: List the benefits of ADO.NET. Create applications by using ADO.NET. List the main ADO.NET objects and their functions. Use Visual Studio .NET data designers and data binding. Explain how XML integrates with ADO.NET. Building Data Components in Visual Studio This unit provides an opportunity for experienced developers to create data access code using new features in Visual Studio . After completing this unit, students will be able to: Create data components using Visual Studio Edit data components using Visual Studio wizards and designers Write asynchronous ADO.NET code Consuming and Creating XML Web Services This unit explains the steps that are necessary to access a Web service from an ASP.NET page and then incorporate that data into the Web application. The new features in Visual Studio related to web services will be discussed. After completing this unit, students will be able to: Describe the purpose and process behind calling an XML Web service from a Web Form. Call an XML Web service directly from a browser by using Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). Create a Web reference proxy for an XML Web service Web method and call the method from a Web Form. Use the templates in Visual Studio .NET to create an XML Web service. Building Presentation Layer Applications with Windows Forms This unit provides an opportunity for experienced developers to build rich client applications using the new productivity features in the Visual Studio IDE, and the new controls in the .NET Framework. It also gives students an introduction to the new ClickOnce deployment technology for Windows Forms applications. ClickOnce makes it easy to deploy Windows Forms applications to multiple clients via a Web server, including the ability to automatically update clients when application changes occur. After completing this unit, students will be able to: Build Windows Forms applications using Visual Studio Create databound forms using the RAD databinding features of the IDE Generate Master-Detail forms using Visual Studio SmartTags Create databound forms that bind to data components Deploy a Windows Forms application from a Web server using ClickOnce Write an application that automatically updates on multiple clients when a new version is deployed Customizing Windows Forms and Controls This unit explains how to develop custom Microsoft Windows Forms and controls. Students will learn how to develop user controls, use GDI+ operations, and create new controls that inherit from the Control class. In addition, it demonstrates how to create a nonrectangular Windows Form and how to add features such as attributes and Toolbox bitmaps to controls. After completing this unit, students will be able to: Explain the methods of authoring controls for Windows Forms Draw a user interface by using GDI+. Create a control that inherits from an existing control. Create a nonrectangular Windows Form. Create a custom user control. Performing Asynchronous Tasks by Using Multithreaded Techniques This unit demonstrates how to create Microsoft Windows Forms applications that can run tasks in the background. It explains how to make use of the asynchronous methods and other features of components that support the Asynchronous Pattern for Components. Students will also learn how to use the classes in the System.Threading namespace to run one or more tasks in the background by using multiple threads in an application. After completing this unit, students will be able to: Explain the concepts and processes that are involved in performing asynchronous programming. Load a bitmap into a Windows Forms application asynchronously. Perform multiple simultaneous calculations on a form by using multithreading.
wfcsn Windows Forms with C#.Net 35 hours Objectives This course will enable delegates to develop Windows applications using Visual Studio 2005. This includes creating customised forms and controls. It will also cover the C# programming language, using the principles of object orientated programming. Delegates will be able to access data from a database and update this from a Windows form. Audience This workshop is intended for software developers who have a desire to learn more about specific technology areas in Windows application development. Getting started with .Net What is .Net? Overview of the framework class libraries Understanding the Common Language Runtime (CLR) Compiling an application to a assembly A tour of the Visual Studio 2005 IDE C# Language Fundamentals Data Types Variables Constants Strings Statements Expressions Branching Conditional branching statements Unconditional branching statements Loops Operators Assignment Mathematical operators Increment & decrement Relational Strings Creating strings Manipulating strings The StringBuilder class Debugging Setting a breakpoint Stepping through lines of code The debugging windows The call stack Throwing and Catching Exceptions The throw statement The try, catch and finally statements How the call stack works Exception class methods and properties Principle of Object Orientation Creating models of systems Classes & objects Encapsulation, specialisation & polymorphism Classes and Objects Defining classes Creating class constructors Static and instance members Destroying objects Inside Methods Overloading methods Encapsulating data with properties Returning multiple values Inheritance and Polymorphism Specialisation and generalisation Inheritance Polymorphism Abstract and sealed classes The root class: object Boxing and unboxing types Interfaces Implementing and interface Implementing more than one interface Casting to an interface Extending and interface Delegates and Events Using delegates Using events Generics Type parameter for classes and methods Limit generic classes to hold only certain types of data Generic collections Building Applications with Windows Forms Why use windows forms? Structure of windows forms Windows forms class hierarchy Using windows forms Using controls New controls in visual studio 2005 Click-once deployment Customizing Windows Forms and Controls Methods of authoring controls for windows forms Windows forms inheritance Creating the base form Creating the inherited form Creating custom controls Data Access List the benefits of ADO.NET Create applications by using ADO.NET List the main ADO.NET objects and their functions Use Visual Studio NET data designers and data binding Explain how XML integrates with ADO.NET Performing Asynchronous Tasks by Using Multithreaded Techniques Techniques for asynchronous programming Load a bitmap into a windows forms application asynchronously. Using multithreading to perform simultaneous operations Using the background worker component Synchronising data between threads
asp4 ASP.Net 4.0 35 hours Delegates will be introduced to the .Net framework and will learn to develop web applications using C# 4.0. At course completion delegates should be familiar with the framework, experienced in developing basic web application and conversant with database access using LINQ. Applications will be created using Object Orientated programming. After completing this course, delegates will be able to: Use Visual Studio 2010 effectively Learn C# 4.0 Create commercial ASP.NET Web Applications Understand OO Programming, Classes, and Objects Debug Applications Develop user interfaces using Master Pages, Site Navigation and Themes Use ADO.Net and LINQ to read from and write to databases Develop rich internet applications using ASP.NET AJAX Create and call WCF services Introducing The .Net 4.0 Framework Integrated Development Environment (IDE) Languages In The .Net Framework The Common Language Runtime (CLR) Accessing Data With ADO.Net & XML Accessing The Web With ASP.Net Visual Studio 2010 Useful Visual Studio Windows Creating Projects Project Anatomy The Files In A Project Solution Explorer Code Snippets C# Language Syntax Data Types Variables Declaration Operators Conditional Statements Looping Structures Classes & Objects Building Models Creating Classes And Objects Adding Constructors To A Class Adding Methods, Properties And Events Overloading Methods Property Procedures Debugging Applications Setting Breakpoints Stepping Through Code Debug Windows Watch Windows Call Stack ASP.Net Introduction Starting An ASP.Net Project Project Files Server Controls Server Event Handling The Page Lifecycle User Interface Development Master Pages Themes And Skins User Controls Website Navigation Validation Controls Module 8: Configuration Website Configuration Settings Configuration Files Including The Web.Config Files Storing Application Settings And Configuration Strings The Website Administration Tool Membership & Personalisation Securing And Personalizing A Website Store User Details In The Membership Database Using Login Controls Website State Management Methods Using Viewstate To Store The State Of A Page Exception Handling Adding Try Catch Blocks To Code Page Level Exceptions Site Level Exceptions Custom Error Pages Tracing Data Access What Is ADO.Net Connection Object Command Object Data Readers Datasets And Data adapters Using The Datasource Wizard Creating Responsive Pages With AJAX AJAX Architecture What Are Partial-Page Updates Using The Updatepanel Server Control Using Client-Side Scripts Data Access With LINQ Why Do We Need LINQ Querying The Database Language Syntax For Querying Using The LINQ To SQL Using Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Services Service Orientated Architecture WCF Scenarios Mechanics Of Communication: Address, Contract, Binding Creating A Simple WCF Service Calling A WCF Service From A Client Application Deployment How To Deploy A Web Application Deployments Methods Using Visual Studios Copy And Publish Tools Using Setup Projects Installing Assemblies In The GAC
pwpf45 Programming in WPF 4.5 21 hours Target group: Technical Team Leader, Software Developer Learning objective: The purpose of training is to acquire the ability to develop business desktop applications in WPF 4.5 technology and in C # language. During the course, students become familiar with the MSDN resources and tools to support the development process, such as Microsoft Visual Studio. IDE Introduction to Visual Studio 2012 First program - Hello WPF World ! Compilation, Debugging Microsoft .NET What is .NET? CLR and Garbage Collector DLL vs. EXE? Technologies within .NET Foundations of WPF WPF History MVVM design pattern - description WPF vs. Windows Forms Differences between WPF 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5 In and Out WPF project structure XAML, Layout, Dependency Properties Commands and Resources Events Styles and Behaviours Databinding, Data Streams Data Flow Data modelling in WPF Access to databases LINQ Entity Framework CRUD operations Data Validation Controls Controls review WPF Toolkit Extended User Controls a Custom Controls Templates Advanced topics Asynchronous and parallel operations IoC (Inverse of Control) Unity 2, PRISM Complete Business Application - Real World Application Development of System Architecture in groups based on the specified Business Case Data modelling Implementation Application testing
psl5 Programming in Silverlight 5 21 hours Target group: Technical Team Leader, Software Developer Learning objective: The purpose of training is to acquire the ability to develop business RIA applications in Silverlight 5 technology and in C # language. During the course, students become familiar with the MSDN resources and tools to support the development process, such as Microsoft Visual Studio. IDE Introduction to Visual Studio 2012 First program - Hello Silverlight World ! Compilation, Debugging Silverlight What is .NET and what Silverlight? CLR and Garbage Collector DLL vs. EXE vs. XAP? Technologies within .NET Foundations of Silverlight Silverlight History MVVM design pattern - description Silverlight vs. WPF Differences between WPF 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, 5.0 In and Out Silverlight project structure XAML, Layout, Dependency Properties Commands and Resources Events Styles and Behaviours Databinding, Data Streams Data Flow Data modelling in Silverlight Access to databases LINQ Entity Framework CRUD operations Data Validation Controls Controls  review Silverlight Toolkit User Controls a Custom Controls Templates Advanced topics Asynchronous and parallel operations, WCF Ria Services IoC (Inverse of Control) Unity 2, PRISM Complete Business Application - Real World Application Development of System Architecture in groups based on the specified Business Case Data modelling Implementation Application testing
pamvc5 Programming in ASP.NET MVC 5 21 hours Target group: Technical Team Leader, Software Developer Learning objective: The purpose of training is to acquire the ability to develop business internet applications in ASP.NET MVC 4 technology and in C # language. During the course, students become familiar with the MSDN resources and tools to support the development process, such as Microsoft Visual Studio. IDE Introduction to Visual Studio 2012 First program - Hello ASP.NET MVC World ! Compilation, Debugging, Publish Microsoft .NET What is .NET? CLR and Garbage Collector DLL vs. EXE? Technologies within .NET Foundations of ASP.NET MVC ASP.NET History MVC design pattern - description MVC vs. Web Forms Differences between MVC 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0 In and Out ASP.NET MVC project structure Resources URLs and Routing Controller, Action, View Filters POST and GET methods Data Forms Data Flow Data modelling in ASP.NET MVC Access to databases LINQ Entity Framework CRUD operations Data Validation WCF – short introduction to SOA Advanced topics IoC (Inverse of Control) Asynchronous and parallel operations Unity 2 Complete Business Application - Real World Application Development of System Architecture in groups based on the specified Business Case Data modelling Implementation Application testing
pcvs2012 Programming in C# 5.0 with Visual Studio 2012 28 hours Target group: Technical Team Leader, Software Developer Learning objective: The purpose of training is to understand the syntax of C # and topics related to object-oriented programming in C #. During the course, students become familiar with the MSDN resources and tools to support the development process, such as Microsoft Visual Studio. IDE Introduction to Visual Studio 2012 First program - Hello C# World ! Classes from System.Console namespace Compilation, Debugging Comments in C#, Main function, using Microsoft .NET What is .NET? CLR and Garbage Collector DLL vs. EXE? Technologies within .NET Foundations of C# C# History from 1.0 to 5.0 Pascal Case, Camel Case Keywords, Literals, Operators, Punctuators Statements, Comments Value Type, Reference Type Assignment vs. variable comparison Conditional operations - If, Switch Loops - for, foreach, while, do… while… Overview of C # keywords and operators C# 5.0 Namespaces and types Numerical and Boolean types Class theory (Encapsulation, Inheritance, Polymorphism) Fields, Properties, Indexers, Operators Methods, Delegates, Events, Anonymous Methods Interfaces, Structures, Enums Arrays, Collections, Exceptions Generic and Anonymous types Strings and chars Data Flow Data modelling in C# Access to databases LINQ Entity Framework CRUD operations .NET Class Library Files and Streams Serialization (binary, text, xml) Asynchronous operations Parallel programming Review of applications that can be developed in C # and .NET Framework 4.5

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