C# Programming

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  • Course Details
  • Course Contents
  • Technical Details
Prerequisites

Basic Programming Skills
Object Oriented Skills
Programming Principles
Database design

 

Target Audience

Software Developer
Junior Programmers
Web evelopers
Systems Analyst
Application Developers
Reports Developer
Data Warehouse Developer
Application Architects

 

 

C Sharp Programming


Overview of the Microsoft .NET Platform
  • Introduction to the .NET Platform
  • Overview of the .NET Framework
  • Benefits of the .NET Framework
  • The .NET Framework Components
  • Languages in the .NET Framework
  • Describing the .NET Platform
  • Listing the main elements of the .NET Platform
  • Explaining the language support in the .NET Framework
  • Describing the .NET Framework and its components
  • Overview of C#
  • Structure of a C# Program
  • Basic Input/Output Operations
  • Recommended Practices
  • Compiling, Running, and Debugging
  • Explaining the structure of a simple C# program
  • Using the Console class of the System namespace to perform basic input/output operations
  • Handling exceptions in a C# program
  • Generating Extensible Markup Language (XML) documentation for a C# application
  • Compiling and executing a C# program
  • Using the Microsoft Visual Studio Debugger to trace program execution
  • Using Value-Type Variables
  • Common Type System
  • Naming Variables
  • Using Built-In Data Types
  • Creating User-Defined Data Types
  • Converting Data Types
  • Describing the types of variables that you can use in C# applications
  • Naming your variables according to standard C# naming conventions
  • Declaring variables by using built-in data types
  • Assigning values to variables
  • Converting existing variables from one data type to another
  • Creating and using your own data types
  • Statements and Exceptions
  • Introduction to Statements
  • Using Selection Statements
  • Using Iteration Statements
  • Using Jump Statements
  • Handling Basic Exceptions
  • Raising Exceptions
  • Describing the different types of control statements
  • Using jump statements
  • Using selection statements
  • Using iteration statements
  • Handling and raising exceptions
  • Methods and Parameters
  • Using Methods
  • Using Parameters
  • Using Overloaded Methods
  • Creating static methods that accept parameters and return values
  • Passing parameters to methods in different ways
  • Declaring and using overloaded methods
  • Arrays
  • Overview of Arrays
  • Creating Arrays
  • Using Arrays
  • Creating, initializing, and using arrays of varying rank
  • Using command-line arguments in a C# program
  • Describing the relationship between an array variable and an array instance
  • Using arrays as parameters for methods
  • Returning arrays from methods
  • Object-Oriented Programming
  • Object Oriented Concept
  • Classes and Objects
  • Using Encapsulation
  • C# and Object Orientation
  • Defining Object-Oriented Systems
  • Defining the terms object and class in the context of object-oriented programming
  • Describing the three core aspects of an object: identity, state, and behavior
  • Describing abstraction and how it helps you to create reusable classes that are easy to maintain
  • Using encapsulation to combine methods and data in a single class and enforce abstraction
  • Explaining the concepts of inheritance and polymorphism
  • Creating and using classes in C#
  • Using Reference-Type Variables
  • Using Reference-Type Variables
  • Using Common Reference Types
  • The Object Hierarchy
  • Namespaces in the .NET Framework
  • Data Conversions
  • Describing the key differences between reference types and value types
  • Using common reference types such as string
  • Explaining how the object type works and becoming familiar with the methods it supplies
  • Describing common namespaces in the .NET Framework
  • Determining whether different types and objects are compatible
  • Explicitly and implicitly converting data types between reference types
  • Performing boxing and unboxing conversions between reference and value data
  • Creating and Destroying Objects
  • Using Constructors
  • Initializing Data
  • Objects and Memory
  • Resource Managements
  • Using constructors to initialize objects
  • Creating overloaded constructors that can accept varying parameters
  • Describing the lifetime of an object and what happens when it is destroyed
  • Creating destructors and using Finalizemethods
  • Inheritance in C#
  • Deriving Classes
  • Implementing Methods
  • Using Sealed Classes
  • Using Interfaces
  • Using Abstract Classes
  • Deriving a new class from a base class and calling members and constructors of the base class from the derived class
  • Declaring methods as virtual and override or hiding them as required
  • Sealing a class so that it cannot be derived from
  • Implementing interfaces by using both the implicit and explicit methods
  • Describing the use of abstract classes and their implementation of interfaces
  • Aggregation, Namespaces, and Advanced Scope
  • Using Internal Classes, Methods, and Data
  • Using Aggregation
  • Using Namespaces
  • Using Modules and Assemblies
  • Using internal access to allow classes to have privileged access to each other
  • Using aggregation to implement powerful patterns such as Factories
  • Using namespaces to organize classes
  • Creating simple modules and assemblies
  • Operators and Events
  • Introduction to Operators
  • Operator Overloading
  • Creating and Using Delegates
  • Defining and Using Events
  • Defining operators to make a class or struct easier to use
  • Using delegates to decouple a method call from a method implementation
  • Adding event specifications to a class to allow subscribing classes to be notified of changes in object state
  • Properties and Indexers
  • Using Properties
  • Using Indexers
  • Creating properties to encapsulate data within a class
  • Defining indexers to gain access to classes by using array-like notation
  • Attributes
  • Overview of Attributes
  • Defining Custom Attributes
  • Retrieving Attribute Values
  • Using common predefined attributes
  • Creating simple custom attributes
  • Querying attribute information at run time
    C sharp Security
  • Code Based Security
  • Role Based Security
    ADO .NET
  • Database Technology
  • Data Providers in .NET
  • Connection to database
  • Processing data
  • Stored Procedures
  • Database Transaction
  • Database Locking
  • Case Study
    .NET Remoting
  • Channels
  • Remoting Objects
  • Client
  • Server

     

  • Start Date
    07/01/2013 6.30-8.30pm Mon/Wed 8 Classes London
    01/04/2013 6.30-8.30pm Mon/Wed 8 Classes London
    02/07/2013 6.30-8.30pm Mon/Wed 8 Classes London
    07/10/2013 6.30-8.30pm Mon/Wed 8 Classes London
    25/11/2013 6.30-8.30pm Mon/Wed 8 Classes London
    03/02/2014 04/02/2014 Mon/Wed 8 Classes London

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