|Intermediate .NET Programming using VB.NET and C#||3 days|
In this intermediate class, take a deeper look at intermediate and advanced tools and techniques in .NET including reflection, delegates and events, and threads, and further explore ADO.NET and XML support. Learn to create custom server controls and leverage caching for performance enhancement. You’ll also explore advanced techniques in working with data bound controls using ADO.NET and SQL Server.
This .NET curriculum uses v2.0 and Visual Studio.NET 2005.
This course is the first part of two WestLake Capstone Series courses: WestLake Capstone Series: Advanced .NET Web Programming and WestLake Capstone Series: Advanced .NET Programming. WestLake’s Capstone Series courses are project-based and provide hands-on experience to gain practical knowledge of course topics. To take advantage of the Capstone concept, students interested in this course should also enroll in Advanced .NET Programming or Web Services with ASP.NET. If you attend both Intermediate .NET Programming using VB.NET and C# and either Advanced .NET Programming or Web Services with ASP.NET, and complete the Capstone project, you will receive the WestLake Capstone certificate, along with real-world sample code. Both sets of courses are delivered within the same week.
What You’ll Learn
- Advanced OO concepts such as Aggregation, Namespaces, and Reflection
- Delegates and Events
- .NET’s support for multithreading and thread synchronization
- Advanced ADO.NET and XML support
- Create and consume components and work with COM components
- Advanced tools in VS.NET
- Deploy applications using .Net and VS.NET
Who Needs to Attend
This course is for web development professionals creating and maintaining applications within the .NET framework.
- .NET Web Developer
- Advanced .NET Programming