Foundations of C# Programming and the .NET Framework
This course has been retired. Please view currently available Microsoft C# Training Courses.
Course Topics (12 topics)
- Examine core language features such as types, variables, and control constructs
- Use object-oriented features such as class, interface, protection, and inheritance
- Perform error notification and error handling using exceptions
- Use properties to implement the private data/public accessor pattern
- Use namespaces to group related types
- Use delegates and events to implement callbacks
- Override Object class methods such as ToString
- Avoid dll conflicts during deployment
- Use dynamic binding and polymorphism to write generic code (i.e., less code!)
- Distinguish between "implementation inheritance" and "interface inheritance"
- Use ADO.NET to connect to SQL Server and run a simple query
- Build a basic Windows Forms GUI
- Working knowledge of at least one other high–level language.
- Note: The difficulty level is ideal for programmers coming from languages like VB6, Pascal, or C. Individuals with a mainframe or scripting background will find the course very challenging—you should study an introductory programming text before attending. If you have some C++ or Java experience, some material will be familiar, but the course will still be beneficial. Experienced C++ or Java programmers should move directly to Essential .NET.