.Net for Beginners

.Net for Beginners

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Begin your enterprise programming career with .net. Create web and windows app with the Microsoft .net platform

Product Description

Are you trying to crack the code of enterprise level development? Perhaps you’re looking for an introduction in to .net– One of the most widely used enterprise environments in the world? Do you need to start working on .net projects but have no idea where to start? Do you need an understandable way to support your .net learning?

Whatever your reason is, there is no better way to get started with enterprise level .net development than .Net for Beginners with Bruce Landry. Bruce’s patience and experience shines through as he explains every aspect of the .net environment and shows you the fundamentals of developing Windows and web-based applications.

Just because this course is for beginners doesn’t mean it’s not comprehensive! This course will show you how to build a full Windows application including database back end. You’ll also tour a web-based application and learn how to integrate the many useful .net libraries.

Your enterprise development career starts here! After this course, you’ll be thoroughly prepared to make your own .net applications.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Install .net Development Environment
  • Navigate .net Development Environment
  • Adjust master project settings
  • How to properly close a project
  • How to create a multisolution project
  • How to add forms to your project
  • Be able to navigate the project with the solution explorer
  • Switch between the code view and GUI view in Visual Studio
  • Learn to use the properties window to adjust settings within project elements
  • How to use the toolbox window
  • How to add toolbox elements to your project
  • Understand different .net project types
  • Be able to run the code you are developing
  • Understand strategies to organize your code within the Visual Studio environment
  • Be able to discuss the function of libraries in .net
  • Be able to assign specific libraries to your .net projects
  • Understand how to reference other screens and utilities
  • Understand how to work with a SQL database in Visual Studio
  • How to create your own database using SQL server
  • Be able to add tables to your database
  • Be able to write a basic stored procedure and execute it
  • Understand how to create, recall and display SQL queries
  • Identify additional data sources supported by dot net
  • Identify the differences between C# and Visual Basic
  • Learn how to execute C# code in Visual Studio
  • Apply standards to keep your code neat and orderly
  • How to write fundamental C# structures
  • Identify the difference between Windows Forms and Web projects
  • Create complete Windows Forms projects with Visual Studio
  • Create complete Web based projects with Visual Studio
  • Apply standard naming conventions within your work
  • Understand how to apply the concept of referencing in your project
  • Apply basic debugging techniques to your work
  • Understand how to bundle your project and send it to the end user
  • How to add and remove components from a web based project
  • How to apply CSS styles within a web page
  • How to apply a consistent lay out across pages
  • How to interact with Crystal Reports
  • How to interact with the Windows registry
  • How to deploy a an application on the web

What is the target audience?

  • Beginners who want to learn .net Development
  • who are moving to .net
  • who want to start enterprise development
  • inheriting .net projects
  • and teachers who use the .net platform


  • Course Introduction
  • Course Preparations
  • Section 1Introduction
  • What is a IDE and what is it used for?
  • What is Visual Studio
  • Project Types supported in VS
  • The Solutions Explorer
  • The Properties Window
  • The Toolbox
  • Summary
  • Section 2 Introduction
  • Winforms – WPE – and Web Projects
  • IDE interaction with Projects
  • Running your Project while building
  • Methods – Functions and Routines
  • Libraries
  • Calling other Project Components
  • Summary
  • Section 3 Introduction
  • Data Connections in VS
  • Simple SQL Server Database
  • Tables in SQL Server
  • Stored Procedures
  • Getting SQL Data into the Project
  • Other Data Sources
  • Summary
  • Section 4 Introduction
  • C# verses Visual Basic
  • Programming Structures in C#
  • Writing Good Code
  • Basic Coding Techniques Part 1
  • Basic Coding Techniques Part 2
  • Applying what we have learned
  • Summary
  • Section 5 Introduction
  • Winforms verses ASP Web Pages
  • Opening and Exploring our Project
  • Windows Forms
  • Windows Forms and C#
  • A Look at a Web Page within the Sample Project
  • The Source Code
  • Summary
  • Section 6 Introduction
  • Naming Conventions
  • Referencing
  • Building Project Components
  • The Inevitable Gotchas
  • Building your Application
  • Distributables
  • Summary
  • Section 7 Introduction
  • Web Nased Projects and Microsoft Expression Web
  • Deep Dive into a Web Based Project
  • ASP.NET Development Part 1
  • ASP.NET Development Part 2
  • Starting an ASP.NET Website
  • Project Layout in ASP Web Development
  • Summary
  • Section 8 Introduction
  • Revisiting Winforms
  • Revisiting Winforms verses Web Forms
  • .net and Operating System Components
  • Libraries in the .net Framework
  • C# vs VB net
  • How to Build and Publish our Web
  • Summary
  • Course Summary

Course Requirements

Windows based PC

Visual Studio

Understanding of Windows operating system

Understanding of internet and the web

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