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.NET using Visual Basic

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This course introduces students to programming concepts through the use of the Visual Basic.NET programming environment. Participants learn to develop business applications by designing and creating a user interface and writing the necessary procedures. This hands on course focuses primarily on creating Windows and Web applications, using the .NET Framework and also introduces the creation of Class Libraries, Web Services, and Console applications. It covers the writing of code in Visual Basic and C#, including conditional statements, looping, exception handling, declaring variables, manipulating numbers, dates and strings, and much more. VB and C# examples are given side by side, so that the student can focus exclusively on one language or the other, or compare the two languages. This course introduces ADO.NET. (The database components of .NET)

By the end of this course, students will be familiar with the following topics:

  • The Foundations of a project
  • Language basics
  • Data types, variables and constants
  • Handling numbers, dates & strings
  • Providing choices with controls
  • VB and C# Functions
  • Introduction to LINQ (Language Integrated Query, only in .NET 3.5 controls for input and output
  • Controls for input and output
  • Windows forms and navigation
  • Web forms and navigation
  • ADO.NET overview
  • Deploying applications

Industry Certifications optional

Who Should Attend:

This course is designed for programmers with little or no .NET experience.

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