Microsoft's .NET Framework presents developers with unprecedented opportunities. From web applications to desktop and mobile platform applications – all can be built with equal ease, using substantially the same skill-set.
The course provides a starting point for delegates wishing to undertake Microsoft exam 70-483 - Programming in C# although further study is likely to be required before sitting the exam.
But to make the most of this potential, developers must have a thorough grasp of core language skills and OO programming concepts.
Module 1: Introduction to Object Orientation
This ensures all delegates have a grounding in the principles of Object Orientation.
Module 2: OO and C Sharp
Get started on how C# implements Object Orientation
Module 3: Introduction to .NET Visual Studio & C#
The .NET Framework; The Common Language Runtime; The Common Type System
C# Features; Introduction to namespaces and assemblies
Get to know your way around Visual Studio
Module 4: Syntax I
Conversion; Arithmetic and other operators
Flow of control constructs
Passing parameters by value, by reference, named and optional parameters
Module 5: Syntax 2
Type concepts; Classes; Reference types
Fields, properties and methods
Object initialisation, Constructors and Constructor chaining
Instance members; Keyword 'this'
The 'null' reference
const & readonly
Module 6: Collections
Module 7: Inheritance & Polymorphism
Concept of inheritance; Substitutability; Extending a simple class
'virtual', 'override' and 'sealed' modifiers
Upcasting and safe downcasting
Module 8: Interfaces
Polymorphism with interfaces
Module 9: Delegates and Lambdas
Working with delegates
Creating your own delegate types
The evolution of Lambdas from anonymous delegates
Module 10: Generic Delegates
Using the framework-supplied generic delegates
Module 11: LINQ
The language features behind LINQ
The LINQ API and query pattern
Grouping and Joins
Module 12: Handling Exceptions
Errors vs. Exceptions
The 'try', 'catch', 'finally' paradigm
Creating your own exceptions
'checked' and 'unchecked' expressions.
Module 13: Consuming Events
Understanding events in .NET
Writing event handlers
Module 14: Producing Events
The event conventions
Raising custom events
Module 15: Garbage Collection
Garbage collection and its impact
Finalizers; The 'Dispose' pattern; IDisposable
The 'using' statement
Module 16: Reverse Engineer
At the end of the course we reverse-engineer the resultant code and compare the results to the Class Diagram we produced near the beginning of the course.
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