Institute for Advanced Professional Studies
.NET and Workshop Overview:
This course is a starting point for our comprehensive C#, XML, .NET and Web Services curriculum. It provides an overview of Microsoft's .NET technology. The course discusses the fundamental issues in developing applications in the Web environment, leading to the concept of applications as a service.
The .NET Framework is outlined, including the class library and runtime. The major .NET languages are introduced. ASP.NET is described, including the use of Web Forms and Web Controls to simplify developing and deploying Web applications. The central role of XML and SOAP is described, including a discussion of the creation and use of Web services. The course surveys additional .NET services, Windows Forms, ADO.NET, interoperability with COM and the Win32 API, and .NET Security.
The course includes demonstrations of the development of Web services and programming in C# and VB.NET using Visual Studio .NET. Course attendees will be provided with comprehensive notes and programming examples.
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to describe:
IAPS can customize .NET training to achieve specific organizational objectives.
This course is designed for application and system developers and technical managers who are starting on a .NET project or who are evaluating this technology.
Familiarity with application and system development
Interactive lecture with demos and/or hands-on workshop
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