Microsoft Dotnet

Programmers produce software by combining their own source code with .NET Framework and other libraries. . NET Framework is intended to be used by most new applications created for the Windows platform. Microsoft also produces an integrated development environment largely for .NET software called Visual Studio.

Overview of .NET:

The .NET Framework has been developed to cater to the following objectives and requirements:

  • To provide a consistent object-oriented environment to develop applications
  • To provide a code execution environment that simplifies deployment and versioning.
  • To provide a code execution environment that guarantees the safety of the code that is executing. This includes both code developed internally by an organization or for code developed by 3rd party vendors.
  • To provide a code execution environment that eliminates the issues faced by scripted environments with respect to performance.
  • To provide a common programming model where the choice of a programming language becomes a matter of choice.

C#

  • INTRODUCTION TO .NET FRAMEWORK
  • OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING
  • INTRODUCTION TO GUI PROGRAMMING
  • WORKING WITH COLLECTIONS, IO
  • SYSTEM, IO
  • SYSTEM COLLECTIONS
  • SERIALIZATION
  • ASSEMBLIES
  • MULTITHREADING
  • GUI PROGRAMMING

ASP .Net

  • ASP.NET INTRODUCTION
  • PROGRAMMING WITH SERVER CONTROLS
  • CUSTOM CONTROL DEVELOPMENT
  • THEMES AND SKINS
  • MASTERPAGES AND SITE NAVIGATION
  • ADO.NET PROGRAMMING
  • ADO.NET AND ASP.NET
  • XML PROGRAMMING
  • STATE MANAGEMENT WITH ASP.NET
  • ASP .NET APPLICATION TUNING
  • CACHING
  • TRACING
  • SECURITY
  • WEB SERVICES
  • WEBPARTS

VB .Net

  • OVERVIEW OF .NET
  • VISUAL BASIC .NET
  • CUSTOM CONTROL DEVELOPMENT
  • OOPS
  • EXCEPTION HANDLING
  • WINDOWS PROGRAMMING
  • ADO .NET
  • ASSEMBLIES
  • CUSTOM WINDOWS CONTROLS (USER CONTROLS)
  • ASP .NET APPLICATION TUNING
  • MULTITHREADING
  • WINDOWS SERVICES
  • .NET REMOTING
  • CRYSTAL REPORTS