.NET Framework Using C# Visual Studio 2013

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Description:
Microsoft .NET is an advance in programming technology that greatly simplifies application development, both for traditional, proprietary applications and for the emerging paradigm of Web-based services. .NET is a complete restructuring of Microsoft’s whole system infrastructure and represents a major learning challenge for programmers developing applications on Microsoft platforms. Part of .NET is a major new object-oriented programming language, C#. But learning the new programming language is only part of the challenge. The much greater challenge is learning the .NET Framework and all its capabilities.
This four-day course is designed to provide a sound introduction to the .NET Framework for programmers who already know the C# language and the fundamentals of Windows Forms. It is current to .NET 4.5.1 and Visual Studio 2013. The course focuses on core portions of the .NET Framework that are common across many application areas. Separate courses are available in specific areas, such as ADO.NET, XML Programming, Windows Presentation Framework, Windows Communications Framework and ASP.NET.
Prerequisites:
The student should be an experienced application developer or architect with a working knowledge of C#, including building simple GUIs with Windows Forms.
.NET Fundamentals:
What is Microsoft .NET?
Common Language Runtime
Attribute-Based Programming
Interface-Based Programming
Metadata
Common Type System
Framework Class Library
Language Interoperability
Managed Code
Assemblies and Deployment
Web Services
ASP.NET
Class Libraries:
Components in .NET
Building Class Libraries at the Command Line
Class Libraries Using Visual Studio 2008
Using References
Assemblies, Deployment and Configuration:
Assemblies
Private Assembly Deployment
Shared Assembly Deployment
Configuration Overview
Configuration Files
Programmatic Access to Configuration
Using SDK Tools for Signing and Deployment
Application Settings with .NET 2.0
Metadata and Reflection:
Metadata
Reflection
Late Binding
I/O and Serialization:
Directories
Files
Serialization
Attributes
.NET Programming Model:
Memory Management and Garbage Collection
Threading and Synchronization
Asynchronous Delegates
.NET 2.0 BackgroundWorker
Application Domains
Marshal by Value
Marshal by Reference
.NET Remoting
.NET Security:
Authentication and Authorization
Configuring Security
Code Access Security
Code Groups
Evidence
Permissions
Role-Based Security
Principals and Identities
Interoperating with COM and Win32:
.NET Client Calling a COM Server
PInvoke
ADO.NET and LINQ:
ADO.NET Overview
.NET Data Providers
Connections
Commands
DataReaders and Connected Access
Data Sets and Disconnected Access
Language Integrated Query
Debugging Fundamentals:
Compile-time Errors and Run-time Errors
Configuring Debug, Release, and Special Builds
Visual Studio 2008 Debugger
Just-In-Time Debugging
Tracing:
Tracing
Event Logs
More About Tracing:
Using the BooleanSwitch and TraceSwitch Classes
Print Debugging Information with the Debug Class
Instrumenting Release Builds with the Trace Class
Using Listeners
Implementing Custom Listeners