Microsoft .NET provides one of the most successful and complete application development and deployment environments available today. Our courses focus on .NET's framework and its use via C# .NET and VB .NET (VisualBasic). Our SQL Server courses can introduce Microsoft SQL Server to developers or illustrate differences with other SQL variations.

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Microsoft .NET Course Map

 

.NET Courses

Introduction to .NET (1 Day)
Students will learn the terms and tools that are part of .NET and Visual Studio.
Microsoft Visual Studio .NET (4 Days)
Students will learn to use Microsoft Visual Studio .NET's features to create dynamic web sites.
Microsoft Visual Basic .NET Programming (4 Days)
Students will create, maintain, and test Visual Basic .NET applications for Windows and/or Web applications.
Microsoft C# .NET Programming (4 Days)
Students will create, maintain, and test C# .NET applications using the Visual Studio .NET environment.
Microsoft C# .NET Programming with TDD (4 Days)
Students will create, maintain, and test C# .NET applications using the Visual Studio .NET environment. Test Driven Development concepts are discussed and exercises include use of NUnit.
Microsoft .NET Framework Programming (4 Days)
Students create robust web server based applications using .NET Framework features such as ADO .NET and ASP .NET.
Microsoft SQL Server SQL (3 Days)
This course introduces Microsoft SQL Server, relational database concepts, SQL, and Transact-SQL (TSQL).
Transact-SQL Programming (3 Days)
Provides skills and practice creating and using Stored Procedures, User-Defined functions, and Triggers stored in the Microsoft SQL Server database.
C++ for Non-C Programmers (5 Days)
Experienced programmers learn to create, modify, and test C++ programs.
C++ Programming Workshop (5 Days)
C programmers learn to create, modify, and test C++ programs.
C Language Programming Workshop (5 Days)
Experienced programmers learn to create, modify, and test C language programs.
Web Technology Overview (2 Days)
Managers, business professionals, and technical people are expoxed at a high-level to the concepts and tools of web technology including: TCP/IP, HTTP, HTML, CSS, XML, and others. Comparisons of available technologies including Microsoft .NET, Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE), and their associated languages and tools will illustrate the respective strengths and weaknesses.
Introduction to Web Services with .NET (2 days)
Experienced C#.NET and VB.NET developers learn how to create and use Web Services.
.NET Web Services Review/Recap with Hands-On Lab (1-2 days)
This session provides reinforcement for on-line learning in a classroom environment with hands-on exercises to practice creation and use of Web Services.
Understanding Concurrent Versions System (CVS) (2 Days)
Students learn to protect software investments using source control and versioning with CVS.