.NET Framework Using C# (VS 2013) Training in Deerfield Beach

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Yes, we provide C# consulting services.
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Course Description

 
This four-day course is designed to provide a sound introduction to the .NET Framework for programmers who already know the C# language and the fundamentals of Windows Forms. It is current to .NET 4.5.1 and Visual Studio 20 13. The course focuses on core portions of the .NET Framework that are common across many application areas. Separate courses are available in specific areas, such as ADO.NET, XML Programming, Windows Presentation Framework, Windows Communications Framework and ASP.NET . The course sta rts with an introduction to the architecture and key concepts of .NET. It then discusses class libraries, assemblies, versioning, configuration, and deployment, which constitute a major advance in the simplicity and robustness of deploying Windows applicat ions, ending the notorious â??DLL hell.â?? .NET Security, which was simplified in .NET 4.0, is introduced, including both code access security and role-based security. The next chapter covers interoperability of .NET with COM and with Win32 applications. The c ourse includes an introduction to database programming using ADO.NET and LINQ. Finally, the .NET Framework diagnostic facilities are discussed in depth. An appendix covers .NET Remoting. The course is practical, with many examples and a case study. The goa l is to equip you to begin building significant applications using the .NET Framework
Course Length: 4 Days
Course Tuition: $1590 (US)

Prerequisites

A working knowledge of C#, including building simple GUIs with Windows Forms

Course Outline

 

1. .NET Fundamentals
What Is Microsoft .NET?
Open Standards and Interoperability
Windows Development Problems
Common Language Runtime
Attribute-Based Programming
Metadata
Types
NET Framework Class Library
Interface-Based Programming
Everything is an Object
Common Type System
ILDASM
.NET Framework SDK Tools
Language Interoperability
Managed Code
Assemblies
Assembly Deployment
JIT Compilation
ASP.NET and Web Services
The Role of XML
Performance

2. Class Libraries
Objects and Components
Limitation of COM Components
Components in .NET
Class Libraries at the Command Line
Monolithic versus Component
Class Libraries Using Visual Studio
References in Visual Studio
References at Compile Time and Run Time
Project Dependencies
Specifying Version Numbers

3. Assemblies, Deployment and Configuration
Assemblies
Customer Management System
ILDASM
Assembly Manifest
Assembly Dependency Metadata
Assembly Metadata
Versioning an Assembly
AssemblyVersion Attribute
Strong Names
.NET Framework Using C
Digital Signatures
Verification with Digital Signatures
Hash Codes
Digitally Signing an Assembly
Digital Signing Flowchart
Signing the Customer Assembly
Signed Assembly Metadata
Private Assembly Deployment
Assembly Cache
Deploying a Shared Assembly
Versioning Shared Components
How the CLR Locates Assemblies
Resolving an Assembly Reference
Version Policy in a Configuration File
Finding the Assembly
Application Settings
Application Settings Using Visual Studio
Application Configuration File
User Configuration File

4. Metadata and Reflection
Metadata
Reflection
System.Reflection.Assembly
System.Type
System.Reflection.MethodInfo
Dynamic Invocation
Late Binding

5. I/O and Serialization
Input and Output in .NET
Directories
Files and Streams
“Read” Command
Code for “Write” Command
Serialization
Attributes

6. .NET Programming Model
Garbage Collection
Finalize Method
C# Destructor Notation
Dispose
Finalize/Dispose Test Program
Garbage Collection Performance
Generations
Processes
Threads
Asynchronous Calls
Asynchronous Delegates
Using a CallBack Method
BackgroundWorker
Asynchronous Programs in C# 5.0
Task and Task<TResult>
Async Methods
Synchronous Call
Asyn Call
Threading
Application Isolation
Application Domain
Application Domains and Assemblies
AppDomain
CreateDomain
App Domain Events

7. .NET Threading
Threads
.NET Threading Model
Race Conditions
Thread Synchronization
Monitor
Using C# lock Keyword
Synchronization of Collections
ThreadPool Class
Starting a ThreadPool Thread
Foreground and Background Threads
Synchronizing Threads
Task Parallel Library (TPL)
Starting Tasks
Waiting for Task Completion
Data Parallelism

8. .NET Security
Fundamental Problem of Security
Authentication
Authorization
The Internet and .NET Security
Code Access Security
Role-Based Security
.NET Security Concepts
Permissions
IPermission Interface
IPermission Demand Method
IPermission Inheritance Hierarchy
Stack Walking
Assert
Demand
Other CAS Methods
Security Policy Simplification
Simple Sandboxing API
Setting Up Permissions
Creating the Sandbox
Role-Based Security in .NET
Identity Objects
Principal Objects
Windows Principal Information
Custom Identity and Principal
BasicIdentity.cs
BasicSecurity.cs
Users.cs
Roles.cs
RoleDemo.cs
PrincipalPermission

9. Interoperating with COM and Win32
Interoperating Between Managed and
Unmanaged Code
COM Interop and PInvoke
Calling COM Components from
Managed Code
The TlbImp.exe Utility
TlbImp Syntax
Using TlbImp
Register the COM Server
OLE/COM Object Viewer
64-bit System Considerations
Run the COM Client
Implement the .NET Client Program
The Client Target Platform is 32-bit
Import a Type Library Using VisualStudio
Platform Invocation Services (Pinvoke)
Marshalling out Parameters
Translating Types

10. ADO.NET and LINQ
ADO.NET
ADO.NET Architecture
.NET Data Providers
ADO.NET Interfaces
.NET Namespaces
Connected Data Access
AcmePub Database
Creating a Connection
SQL Express LocalDB
SqlLocalDB Utility
Using Database Explorer
Performing Queries
Connecting to a Database
Database Code
Connection String
Using Commands
Creating a Command Object
Using a Data Reader
Generic Collections
Executing Commands
Parameterized Queries
DataSet
DataSet Architecture
Why DataSet?
DataSet Components
DataAdapter
Data Access Class
Retrieving the Data
Filling a DataSet
Accessing a DataSet
Using a Standalone Data Table
Adding a New Row
Searching and Updating a Row
Deleting a Row
Row Versions
Row State
Iterating Through DataRows
Command Builders
Updating a Database
Data Binding
DataGridView Control
Language Integrated Query (LINQ)
LINQ to ADO.NET
Bridging Objects and Data
Object Relational Designer
IntelliSense
Basic LINQ Query Operators
Obtaining a Data Source
Filtering
Ordering
Aggregation
Obtaining Lists and Arrays
Deferred Execution
Modifying a Data Source
Performing Inserts via LINQ to SQL
Performing Deletes via LINQ to SQL
Performing Updates via LINQ to SQL

11. Debugging Fundamentals
Compile-Time Errors
Runtime Errors
Debugging
Project Configurations
Release Configuration
Creating a New Configuration
Build Settings for a Configuration
Customizing a Toolbar
Using the Visual Studio Debugger
Overflow Exception
Just-in-Time Debugging
Attach to Running Process
Standard Debugging–Breakpoints
Standard Debugging–Watch Variables
Stepping with the Debugger
The Call Stack
JIT Debugging in Windows Apps
Configuration File
Finding the Bug

12. Tracing
Instrumenting an Application
Order Application
Debugging Review
Tracing
Debug and Trace Classes
Viewing Trace Output
Debug Statements
Debug Output
Assert
More Debug Output
WriteLine Syntax
Event Logs
Viewing Event Logs
Event Log Entry Types
.NET EventLog Component
Retrieving Entries from an Event Log
Handling EventLog Events

13. More about Tracing
Trace Switches
BooleanSwitch
Using a Configuration File
TraceSwitch
Trace Listeners
DefaultTraceListener
A Stream Listener
A Custom Listener
Trace Output to a Window
An EventLog Listener
Tracing in the Order Application
Trace Output

Appendix A: .NET Remoting
Distributed Programming in .NET
Windows Communication Foundation
.NET Remoting Architecture
Remote Objects and Mobile Objects
Object Activation and Lifetime
Sing
leton and SingleCall

Appendix B: Learning Resources

 

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C# Uses & Stats

C# is Used For:
Windows Applications Business Enterprise Applications Software Development Web Applications
Difficulty
Popularity
Year Created
2000
Pros
In Demand: 
C# along with Java is one of the top languages in demand for employers. 
 
.Net Library:
C# is integrated with the .Net Library thereby providing access to a vast archive of functionality and support. 
 
Team Friendly:
Multiple developers can easily work together on a project. 
 
Compiled Language:
The code that is stored on a public-facing server is in binary form. In other words, if your server gets hacked, the hacker doesn't automatically have access to your source code. 
 
Transferable:
C# roots are derived from C which means that the structure is transferable to other languages like Java, Objective C, PHP and C++. 
Cons

Steep Learning Curve:
For beginners, C# is not the easiest program to start with. 

Windows Application Exclusively:
Any .NET application needs a Windows platform to execute which means that companies using Linux servers would need Windows hosting to run a .Net application. 
 
Lack of Support for Older .NET:
Many enterprise organizations keep older operating systems because of the many problems that an upgrade can bring to the platform. Microsoft stops supporting older .NET frameworks after a few operating systems upgrades. 
C# Job Market
Average Salary
102000
Job Count
32916
Top Job Locations

New York City 
Mountain View
San Francisco 

Complimentary Skills to have along with C#

Since the .NET development ecosystem spans a wide array of capabilities and tools, it is difficult for .NET developers to know which .NET development skills and training to pursue in order to increase their marketability — and earning potential.  For that reason, learning supplemental languages such as Java, JavaScript, Python, C/C++, and others is expected in today’s competitive skill-set driven playing field.

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