Programming in C# (MS-20483)
Learning C# provides a firm foundation in object-oriented programming knowledge, covers the technique for learning additional programming languages, and positions those who complete this course for an extensive diversity of in-demand computer programming jobs. The C# programming language was formed to be an object-oriented programming language that offers comfort of use, knowledge to C/C++ and Java developers, alongside with improved memory and resource management. The C# is predominant on the Microsoft platform but is similarly being used to develop software that runs on Linux, Android, and iOS devices.
This App Development Training communicates developers the programming expertise that are obligatory for developers to build Windows applications using the C# language. Throughout their five days of C# Classes, students review the fundamentals of C# program construction, language syntax, and execution details, and then combine their knowledge during the course of the week as they build an application that includes numerous features of the .NET Framework 4.5.
The c sharp course presents many of the procedures and technologies employed by current desktop and enterprise applications, comprising:
Constructing new data forms
Programming the user interface
Retrieving a database
Utilizing remote data
Performing procedures asynchronously
Incorporating with unmanaged code
Constructing custom qualities
Encoding and decrypting data
This course moreover prepares the students for the Microsoft 70-483: Programming in C# certification exam
The.NET/C# Programmer earns an average $75,000 per year.
Who should attend?
- This course is not planned for students who are new to programming; it is directed at specialized developers with at least one month of understanding programming in an object-oriented setting
Developers joining in this course must already have increased some limited knowledge using C# to complete elementary programming errands. Further specifically, students must have hands-on experience using C# that exhibits their understanding of the following:
- How to name, announce, make ready and give values to variables within an application
- How to use:
- Arithmetic operatives to execute arithmetic calculations comprising one or additional variables;
- Relational operators to test the association between two variables or terminologies; reasonable operators to chain expressions that comprise relational operators
- How to build the code syntax for simple programming declarations using C# language keywords and diagnose syntax mistakes by means of the Visual Studio IDE
- How to build a simple branching structure by means of an IF statement
- How to construct a simple looping structure by means of a for statement to recapitulate through a data arrangement
- How to utilize the Visual Studio IDE to find simple logic mistakes
- How to construct a Function that agrees arguments (limitations and returns a value of a definite type
- How to plan and build a simple user interface via standard controls from the Visual Studio toolbox
- How to join to a SQL Server database and the fundamentals of how to recover and store data
- How to sort data in a circle
- How to diagnose the classes and procedures used in a program
Recommended Prerequisite Courses:
- Introduction of C++
- Object Oriented Programming in C#
- At the completion of the course, students should leave the class with a firm knowledge of C# and how to utilize it to develop .NET Framework 4.5 applications.
- After completing this course, students will be capable to:
- Define the fundamental syntax and features of C#
- Construct and call methods, catch and handgrip exceptions, and define the monitoring necessities of large-scale applications
- Implement the elementary structure and vital elements of a usual desktop application
- Construct classes, describe and implement interfaces, and construct and use generic collections
- Use inheritance to build a class grading, spread a .NET Framework class, and construct generic classes and procedures
- Read and inscribe data by utilizing file input/output and streams, and serialize and deserialize data in diverse formats
- Create and utilize a unit data model for accessing a database and use LINQ to enquiry and update data
- Use the kinds in the System.Net namespace and WCF Data Services to access and enquiry remote data
- Construct a graphical user crossing point by using XAML
- Recover the throughput and reply time of applications by utilizing responsibilities and asynchronous operations
- Incorporate unmanaged libraries and dynamic mechanisms into a C# application
- Inspect the metadata of categories by using reflection, construct and utilize custom features, create code at runtime, and handle assembly versions
- Encode and decrypt data by utilizing symmetric and asymmetric encryption
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