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C#.NET

Course Overview

The C# .NET course is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the C# programming language and the .NET framework. C# is a versatile language used for building Windows applications, web applications, and other software solutions. This course covers the fundamentals of C# programming, object-oriented programming principles, and practical application development using the .NET framework.

Learn software skills with real experts, either in live classes with videos or without videos, whichever suits you best.

Description

This course begins with an introduction to C# programming, covering topics such as variables, data types, control structures, and object-oriented programming (OOP) concepts. Participants will learn about classes, objects, inheritance, polymorphism, and other key aspects of C#. The course also delves into the .NET framework, including the Common Language Runtime (CLR), the .NET Class Library, and Visual Studio as the integrated development environment (IDE). Practical examples and hands-on exercises will be used to reinforce theoretical concepts.

Course Objectives

The primary objectives of the C# .NET course are as follows:

  1. Introduction to C#: Provide a foundational understanding of C# programming language syntax, data types, and control structures.
  2. Object-Oriented Programming (OOP): Introduce OOP principles in C#, covering classes, objects, encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism.
  3. .NET Framework: Familiarize participants with the .NET framework, including the Common Language Runtime (CLR) and the .NET Class Library.
  4. Visual Studio IDE: Explore the features and functionalities of Visual Studio as the primary development environment for C# and .NET.
  5. C# Language Features: Cover advanced features of the C# language, such as generics, LINQ (Language Integrated Query), and asynchronous programming.
  6. Windows Forms: Introduce Windows Forms for building desktop applications using C# and .NET.
  7. ASP.NET Web Development: Explore ASP.NET for web application development using C# and the .NET framework.
  8. Database Connectivity: Provide an understanding of connecting C# applications to databases using ADO.NET or Entity Framework.
  9. Exception Handling: Teach techniques for handling exceptions and errors in C# applications.
  10. Best Practices: Share best practices for writing clean, efficient, and maintainable C# code using industry-standard conventions.

Prerequisites
Course Curriculum

  • Differences between Programming Languages
  • Platform Dependency Vs Platform Independency
  • .NET Languages & Compilers
  • CIL/MSIL code
  • Language Interoperability

  • .NET Framework
  • .NET Core, .NET 5, and .NET 6
  • Architecture of .NET Runtime
  • Managed and Un-Managed Code
  • CLI Specifications
  • Versions of .NET Runtime
  • .NET Class Libraries (FCL & CORE FX)

  • Security Manager
  • JIT Compiler
  • Garbage Collector

  • History of C#
  • Versions and Features
  • Procedural Programming Approach
  • Object Oriented Programming Approach
  • Structure of a Program in C
  • Structure of a Program in C++
  • Structure of a Program in Java
  • Structure of a Program in C#

  • Rules to be followed
  • Saving the C# code in Notepad
  • Compiling C# Programs thru Developer Command Prompt
  • Executing compiled code thru Developer Command Prompt

  • Integer Types
  • Float, Double, Decimal Types
  • Boolean Type
  • DateTime Type
  • GUID Type
  • Char & String Types
  • Object Type

  • Syntax of Variable & Field Declarations
  • Value Types Vs Reference Types
  • Nullable Value Types
  • Implicitly Typed Variables
  • Dynamic Type
  • Boxing Vs Un-Boxing

  • Conditional Branching
  • Conditional Looping
  • Jump Statements

  • Single Dimensional Arrays
  • Array Class
  • Two Dimensional Arrays
  • Jagged Arrays
  • Implicitly Typed Arrays
  • Command Line Arguments

  • Versions of Visual Studio IDE
  • Project Templates
  • Item Templates
  • Solution Explorer
  • Compilation
  • Execution

  • Sub Programs
  • Method Syntax
  • Parameter less Methods
  • Parameterized Methods
  • Non-Value Returning Methods
  • Value Returning Methods
  • In, Out and InOut Parameters
  • Params Keyword
  • Default Valued Parameters
  • Instance Creation
  • Difference between Instance, Variable & Reference of a class
  • De-referencing the instance of class
  • Multiple instances of a class
  • Constructors
  • Static Keyword
  • Case Study

  • Implementation
  • Accessing parent members from child class
  • Creating parent class Reference by using child class Instance
  • Creating child class Reference by using parent class Reference
  • Default parent class
  • Types of Inheritance
  • Passing values to parent class constructor using child class instance
  • Case Study

  • Method Overloading
  • Inheritance based Overloading
  • Method Overriding
  • Hiding / Shadowing
  • Constructor Overloading
  • Operator Overloading
  • Types of Polymorphism
  • Sealed Classes & Methods

  • Abstract methods & classes declaration
  • Need and advantages of Abstract Classes
  • Case Study

  • Need of an Interface
  • Multiple Inheritance with Interfaces and Case Study

  • Declaration and Implementation of a Structure
  • Differences between Structure and Class

  • Need and advantages of Extension Methods
  • Adding Extension Methods to User-Defined and Pre-Defined types

  • Application Architecture in Real-time Applications
  • Hierarchy of Solutions and Projects
  • Organizing Solutions By Adding New And Existing Projects
  • Project Compilation and Assemblies

  • .dll Assemblies
  • .exe Assemblies
  • Difference between Assemblies
  • .NET Framework, .NET Core and .NET 5 Assembly Organization

  • Need and use of Access Specifiers
  • Types of access specifiers and their scope.

  • What is Language Interoperability
  • Consuming C# Assemblies in VB Projects
  • Consuming VB Assemblies in C# Projects

  • Finalizers
  • Properties
  • Indexers
  • Deconstructors

  • What is an Enum
  • Definition and Consumption of Enums

  • What is an Exception
  • Exception Class Hierarchy
  • Need of Exception Handling
  • Try, Catch & Finally
  • Throwing Exceptions
  • System Exceptions
  • Application Exceptions
  • User-defined Exception Class

  • What is a Delegate and where we use?
  • Defining Delegates
  • Multicast Delegates
  • Anonymous Methods
  • Lambda Expressions
  • Expression Bodied Members

  • Anonymous Types
  • Partial Classes
  • Partial Methods

  • Stack
  • Queue
  • Array List
  • Hash Table
  • Generics & Generic Collections
  • List, Dictionary, and other Collection Classes

  • What is LINQ
  • LINQ Vs SQL, LINQ to Objects, LINQ to Databases, LINQ to XML
  • Implementing LINQ on Arrays, Collections & Objects

  • Introduction to GUI Programming
  • Controls – Properties, Methods and Events
  • Working with Form Control
  • Delegates, Events and Event Handlers
  • Button, TextBox, Radio Button and CheckBox Controlsc
  • Combo Box, ListBox and Checked ListBox Controls
  • Dialog Controls – Color Dialog, Font Dialog, Open File Dialog, Save File Dialog and Folder Browser Dialog
  • Image and Timer Controls
  • Creating Menu’s and Menu Item’s
  • MDI and Layout’s
  • User Controls

  • ODBC Drivers
  • OLEDB and Framework Providers
  • ADO Vs ADO.NET
  • Introduction To ADO.NET Technology
  • Communication with Data Sources
  • Connected Architecture
  • Disconnected Architecture
  • DataReader Vs DataSet
  • Connection Strings and Configuration Files
  • DataTable, DataRow, DataColumn, DataView and DataRelation Classes
  • Working with Stored Procedures
  • Data Binding with Data Source Controls – GridView and DataGrid

  • Private Assemblies
  • Shared Assemblies
  • Global Assembly Cache
  • Versioning of Assemblies
  • Contents of an Assembly file

  • Task Vs Threads
  • Asynchronous Programming
  • Calling methods with Tasks
  • Thread Synchronization
  • Data Parallelism with Parallel.For and Parallel.ForEach
  • Task chaining using continuation Tasks
  • Task cancellation using cancellation tokens
  • Async and Await
Who can learn this course

This course is suitable for a diverse range of individuals, including:

  1. Programmers and Developers: Professionals aiming to learn C# and .NET for application development across different domains.
  2. Students and Graduates: Those pursuing degrees in computer science or related fields with an interest in C# programming and .NET development.
  3. Software Engineers: Individuals looking to expand their skill set by mastering C# and .NET for building Windows applications and web solutions.
  4. Web Developers: Those interested in web development using ASP.NET and C# for creating dynamic and interactive web applications.
  5. System Architects: Professionals involved in designing and architecting systems where C# and .NET are key components.
  6. Database Developers: Individuals aiming to integrate C# applications with databases using ADO.NET or Entity Framework.
  7. Anyone Interested in .NET Development: Enthusiasts with curiosity about developing applications using the .NET framework and C#.

The C# .NET course is designed to cater to both beginners and individuals with some programming experience, providing a comprehensive understanding of C# programming and practical skills in .NET development.

Average package of course (C#.NET)

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Course Name Faculty Date Time Mode of Training Batch Type Meeting Link
C#.NET Mr. Prakash 27 May 6:00 PM (IST) online Online Training
C#.NET Mr. Prakash 27 May 6:00 PM (IST) offline Classroom Training
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