C#-Core: Practical C# Programming

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TechnologyVisual Studio
Course Level200
FeeSee Events (below)
Duration (Days)3

Practical C# Programming Public Schedule

Date (DMY) *1DurationLocationQA Fee*Fee - Discounts Available
07/09/2022 3 Days Virtual Live Classroom £4506 £1295 Book Now »
10/10/2022 3 Days Central London £4506 £1495 Book Now »
07/11/2022 3 Days Virtual Live Classroom £4506 £1295 Book Now »
*1 Event Start 9:00 | End 17:00. Time Zone Information: UK Local Time unless Time Zone indicated for event. Part-time sessions typically 3 hours duration
Symbols: W/E = Weekend Course MORN = Morning Session AFT = Afternoon Session EVE = Evening Session

* QA pricing from their website 05/01/2022. QA class sizes up to 16 possibly mixed Virtual and In-Person attendees on the same event. Prices INCLUDE VAT.

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Course Introduction

C# skills are in high demand. This practical workshop delivered by our highly experienced trainer holding Microsoft C# Specialist and CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+) certifications will efficiently help you to understand and apply C# to your projects.

During the course the core concepts of .NET are introduced along with the principles of Object Orientated Programming (OOP). Particular emphasis is placed on Interface design which is key in the development of efficient and maintainable applications. Memory management (Garbage Collection) best practices are illustrated and core debugging techniques are introduced.

At TrainX we encourage you to speak with our trainer directly before booking your course with us. We have delivered this C# Workshop for numerous customers including the NHS, banks, software houses and engineering companies. Simply contact us to arrange a one-to-one overview of the course.

Certification and Related Examinations

The course is designed to provide practical concepts and skills for C# and as such this will help build skills for certification programs without covering the breadth of any particular certification.

Audience

The audience for this course includes anyone who is IT literate who has a requirement to quickly gain key skills in C#. This includes anyone developing or maintaining code for Web and Windows applications and for a whole host of related development subjects including Web Services and Business Components. Games developers using solutions such as Unity will benefit from having C# skills.

At Course Completion

This course concisely covers the essentials of programming using Microsoft’s C# programming language with a focus on the following:

  • Key .NET Concepts and Skills
  • C# Programming Key Concepts
  • Object Oriented Programming in C#
  • C# and the .NET Framework
  • Delegates and Events
  • Introduction to Windows Forms and Windows Presentation Framework (WPF)

Prerequisites

This course requires the attendee to have a high level of IT literacy but otherwise introduces C# from the ground-up. Ideally, some background in programming will be helpful though this is not essential. We recommend speaking with our trainer first to discuss your requirements.

Materials

Materials include courseware, hands-on learning environment and related subject matter.

'Attend from Anywhere' Virtual Classroom Courses

For virtual classroom courses you'll need a headset. We provide a simple connectivity test to ensure you'll be able to participate.

For 'Attend from Anywhere' virtual classroom courses you'll additionally need either a PC or a Mac with internet access.

Course Outline

Key Learning Objectives

  • .NET Overview
  • Basic C# Program
  • Main() and Command-Line Arguments
  • Statements, Expressions and Operators
  • Namespaces
  • Types including Nullable Types
  • Classes and Structs
  • Best Practices – Coding Standards
  • Error Handling
  • Interfaces
  • Enumeration Types
  • Arrays
  • Strings
  • Properties
  • Indexers
  • Delegates
  • Events
  • Generics
  • Iterators
  • Memory Management: Garbage Collection
  • Data – ADO.NET and Entity Framework (SQL as a data source)
  • LINQ Query Expressions
  • Lambda Expressions
  • XML Documentation Comments
  • Overview of Test Driven Development (TDD) - Unit Testing
  • Windows Forms and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) Introduction