This one-day, information-packed seminar provides an overview of Microsoft's new .NET technology. It should prove of value to developers and managers who are starting on a .NET project or who are evaluating this technology. The course is designed to run using .NET 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005.
The course opens with a discussion of the fundamental issues in developing applications in the Web environment, leading to the concept of applications as a service. The .NET Framework is outlined, including the class library and runtime. The major .NET languages are introduced. ASP.NET is described, including the use of Web Forms and Web Controls to simplify developing and deploying Web applications. The central role of XML and SOAP is described, including a discussion of the creation and use of Web services. The seminar concludes with a survey of additional .NET services, Windows Forms, ADO.NET, interoperability with COM and the Win32 API, and .NET Security.
The seminar includes demonstrations of the development of Web applications and services and programming in C# and VB.NET using Visual Studio. Seminar attendees will be provided with comprehensive notes and programming examples.
NOTE: This is not a hands-on course for students. Demonstrations are done by the instructor.
.NET Training Learning Objectives
.NET Training Prerequisites
- Understand the application development trends that drive .NET architecture
- Learn the basic architecture of .NET
- Become oriented to the major components of .NET and the development languages and tools
Attendees should be experienced software developers, architects or managers.
.NET Training Course duration
.NET Training Course outline
is Microsoft .NET?|
Applications in the Internet Age
Tools for Today’s Applications
A Robust Windows Platform
.NET Programming Platform
Visual Studio 2005
2. .NET Framework|
Evolution to .NET
.NET Framework Overview
Common Language Runtime
.NET Framework Class Library
Common Language Specification
.NET Framework SDK
3. Common Language Runtime|
Goals of CLR
Common Type System
Virtual Execution System
4. .NET Languages|
Visual Basic .NET
Visual C++ .NET
5. ASP.NET and Web Services|
Collaborative Web Applications
Moving from Web Sites to Web Services
Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)
Web Services Description Language
Discovery of Web Services
6. Other .NET Services|
Interoperating with Win32
Interoperating with COM
System Requirements (Instructor Machine)
A good minimal hardware profile for this course would have a Pentium 500-MHz or equivalent CPU, 256 MB of RAM, and at least 4 GB of free disk space for tools installation and courseware.
Course demonstrations require Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 on Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 2. IIS and SQL Server 2005 Express Edition should be installed.
Students do not need a computer.