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. But to make the most of this potential, developers must have a thorough grasp of core language skills and OO programming concepts.
This The C# Programming Language Training in Kaunas concentrates on the C# programming language itself, to prepare delegates fully in readiness for exploring the
.NET Framework. No Object-Orientated knowledge is assumed - the course provides a suitable OO primer. From basic procedural syntax to sophisticated object-oriented programming techniques, delegates will learn how to write .NET applications with code that is robust and maintainable.
The The C# Programming Language Training in Kaunas is presented as a mixture of lectures, demos and hands-on exercises. Practical sessions follow all main topics, designed to reinforce the points covered. Additional information is provided in appendices to extend the learning experience after the course has been completed.
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.
This intensive course is intended for developers who will use C# to write .NET Framework applications and who are relatively new to the C# programming language.
Delegates looking to migrate their existing Java and/or C skills to C# should attend our QAJAVCSMIG - Migrating to C# for Java and C developers.
At the end of this The C# Programming Language Training in Kaunas, attendees will have an understanding of the following:
Write code that includes sequence, selection and iteration constructs
Create and use classes and structures (types), including fields, properties and methods
Use private, internal, protected and public visibility modifiers
Use exception-handling to create robust applications
Create derived classes that inherit from custom-written or .NET Framework classes
Create interfaces and apply techniques of polymorphism effectively and appropriately
Work with generic types
Leverage the power of C# features
Understand the event handling paradigm
Use lambda expressions in C# code
Use LINQ (Language Integrated Query)
Efficiently manage resources
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
Procedures and statements; Data types; Declaring variables; Assignments
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
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.
Module 17: The Way Ahead
Appendix Module A: LINQ to Xml
Producing and consuming XML using LINQ
Join our public courses in our Kaunas facilities. Private class trainings will be organized at the location of your preference, according to your schedule.