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Gain the skills necessary to be a computer programmer. This course provides hands-on experience creating software for Microsoft's .NET (Windows platform) using the Visual Studio development environment. Starting with the most fundamental elements of computer programming, the training evolves to leverage development techniques sufficient to produce a complete web application including the user interface, business logic and data access layers. Participants have the choice of using either C# (C Sharp) or VB (Visual Basic) – the Microsoft .NET core languages. Techniques presented include design, code generation, testing and debugging including use of the ASP.NET (Active Server Pages) the SQL Server database.
Principles of Programming
Using Visual Studio
Coding object–oriented applications
Working with data types and conversions
Controlling program execution
Constructing ASP.NET websites with Visual Studio
Processing ASP.NET Web Forms
Relational database concepts
Creating a SQL Server database
Accessing the database with Entity Framework
Object Oriented Program Layout
Code Quality and Error Handling
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 Learning Tree course exam on the last day of your course or online any time after class.
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
“The Programming with .NET intro course allowed me to review and discuss the code for several ongoing software projects at work. It allowed me to look at the way the coding was being done with an eye to quality and implementation.”
- S. Stratton, IT Manager
Bureau of Labor Statistics