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Introduction to C# Programming

COURSE TYPE

Foundation

Course Number

419

Duration

4 Days

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Gain a comprehensive coverage of the C# core, and the basics of LINQ vocabulary. With this training course, you will obtain the fundamental experience in how C# is used as part of the .NET Framework, including implementation and deployment, and the use of C# in mixed language and data-access situations. Learn how to utilize C# to create simple yet robust programs for your organization.

You Will Learn How To

  • Create, compile, and run object-oriented C# programs
  • Write and understand C# language constructs, syntax, and semantics
  • Produce programs using solid multilayer architectures
  • Develop reusable .NET components via inheritance and interface realization

Important Course Information

Requirements:

  • Experience using a modern procedural programming language, such as Python, Visual Basic, Pascal, Java, or C++
  • Experience with only SQL and/or HTML is not sufficient
  • Experience with concepts such as data types, variables, declarations, conditionals, loops, expressions, functions, parameter passing, and procedural language flow

Recommended Experience:

  • C++ or Java programming

Software:

  • This course uses the Visual Studio 2015 Professional, but is useful to those using an earlier version
  • This course uses C# V6, but is useful to those using earlier versions of the language

Course Outline

  • Introduction to the C# Language

The evolution of C#

  • Comparing different versions of C#
  • Expressing C# models in UML

C# and the .NET infrastructure

  • Common Language Infrastructure (CLI)
  • Managed code philosophy
  • Common Intermediate Language (CIL) and metadata
  • Language Fundamentals

Data types and control constructs

  • Declaring implicit and explicit variables
  • Value and reference types
  • Unicode characters and strings

Defining and calling methods

  • The Main method specification
  • Passing arguments and returning values
  • The scope and lifetime of variables
  • Named and symbolic methods
  • Handling exceptions
  • Recovering resources

Employing .NET library classes

  • Avoiding collisions by using namespaces
  • Performing I/O using the stream class and serialization
  • Standard and Generic Collections
  • Developing C# Classes

Defining classes

  • Encapsulating attributes with methods and properties
  • Providing consistent initialization using constructors
  • Overloading methods and constructors
  • Achieving reuse through inheritance and polymorphism

Creating and using objects

  • Allocating object memory with new
  • Passing initial values to constructors
  • Choosing value or reference allocation
  • Invoking methods and accessing properties
  • Interconnecting Objects

Associating classes

  • Manipulating references
  • Physical vs. logical equivalence
  • Selecting collection library classes
  • Increasing reliability using generics

Exposing interfaces

  • Defining an interface specification
  • Interface polymorphism
  • Events and delegates
  • Simplifying Component Development

Component features of .NET

  • Manifests and assemblies
  • .NET assembly metamodel

Writing .NET components in C#

  • Creating and calling custom components
  • Extending System.ComponentModel.Component

Interfacing legacy components

  • Accessing COM/DCOM
  • Tools for forward and backward compatibility
  • Calling existing components

Integrating C# with other languages

  • Harmonizing components through the CLI
  • Accessing metadata
  • Handling cross-language differences
  • Implementing and Enhancing C# Solutions

Building multitier applications

  • Leveraging solid architectures (MVC and EDM)
  • Substituting the user interface
  • Coding industry-standard design patterns in C#

Working with relational databases

  • Accessing databases with the Entity Framework (EF)
  • Integrating C# extended features with LINQ

Advanced techniques

  • Implementing the IEnumerable<T> interface
  • Invoking extension methods
  • Employing events, delegates and lambda expressions
  • Multithreading using asynchronous keywords
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Tuition

Standard

$2990

Government

$2659

Course Tuition Includes:

After-Course Instructor Coaching
When you return to work, you are entitled to schedule a free coaching session with your instructor for help and guidance as you apply your new skills.

After-Course Computing Sandbox
You'll be given remote access to a preconfigured virtual machine for you to redo your hands-on exercises, develop/test new code, and experiment with the same software used in your course.

Free Course Exam
You can take your course exam on the last day of your course and receive a Certificate of Achievement with the designation "Awarded with Distinction."

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Training Hours

Standard Course Hours: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
*Informal discussion with instructor about your projects or areas of special interest: 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm


FREE Online Course Exam (if applicable) – Last Day: 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
By successfully completing your FREE online course exam, you will:

  • Have a record of your growth and learning results.
  • Bring proof of your progress back to your organization
  • Earn credits toward industry certifications (if applicable)
  • Make progress toward one or more Learning Tree Specialist & Expert Certifications (if applicable)

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Earn 23 Credits from NASBA

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“The C# course proved to be extremely valuable in providing me with a solid foundation for implementing and enhancing C# solutions at my workplace.”

- T. Newsome, Web Developer
CACI

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