Advanced Programming in C#
This course covers the programming language C# (pronounced "C sharp"), used to develop Windows applications. The focus of the course is learning the .NET programming environment, Windows programming and the syntax and capabilities of the C# language. Concepts covered will include Microsoft Visual Studio .NET IDE, C# language syntax, control structures, arrays, exception handling, Windows graphical user interface, multithreading, strings, graphics and multimedia, files and streams, XML, database SQL and ADO .NET, ASP .Net, web forms and web controls, ASP .NET and web services, networking, data structures and collections.
This is a programming course that addresses how to develop Windows applications using the C# (pronounced "C sharp") programming language. Students will learn the Microsoft .NET environment for developing and running software applications, featuring ease of development of web-based services, rich standard run-time services available to components written in a variety of programming languages, and inter-language and inter-machine interoperability.
The focus of the course is learning the .NET programming environment, Windows programming and the syntax and capabilities of the C# language.
At the end of this course the student will be able to:
Install and learn the Microsoft Visual C# IDE,
Create a C# console application
Understand C# classes, objects and control statements
Describe the basics of C# graphics programming
Master Creating a Windows Forms Program
Create and manipulate SQL Databases in the C# language
Apply the basic concepts of Web programming using the C# language
Apply the basic concepts of ASP .NET & ASP.NET AJAX programming using the C# language
Apply C# GUI with Windows Presentation Foundation, C# WPF Graphics and Multimedia, and C# XML and LINQ Programming
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