VB.Net + Asp.Net Training Lahore Based


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Feb 26, 2008
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VB.NET 2005 & ASP.Net Training Overview
Building Windows and Web (VB.NET 2005, ASP.Net 2.0) Applications class will teach developers and Students the VB.NET, ASP.Net, ADO.NET, XML and Visual Studio .NET 2005 skills they need to successfully build database-driven Windows, Web applications and services.
Training Objectives
This intensive and purely practical based course has been specifically designed to address the requirements of developers who are new to the .NET environment with a comprehensive introduction to creating typical commercial windows and web applications within the Visual Studio.NET framework using VB.NET & ASP.Net (C# option available).
Prerequisite Skills
Delegates should have programming experience and ideally a background of an Object Based or Object Oriented Language.
Who Should Attend
Programmers look to learn the VB.NET language (C# option available) to develop commercial web services and ASP.NET and client-side applications? Especially suited to Visual Studio 6 developers needing to Cross train to the .NET environment.
What You Will Learn To Do
• Utilize Visual Studio .NET 2005 to develop and debug applications.
• Understand the role of the Common Language Runtime (CLR).
• Understand Object Oriented Programming in the .NET languages.
• Develop Console applications.
• Use WinForms to develop Windows applications.
• Use WebForms to develop ASP.NET server side. Applications.
• Create Web and Window Services.
• Understanding of Remoting
Chance to get Work on Real Time Projects
Hands on Exercises
The course will contain a substantial amount of Hands-On work. Delegates will be introduced to topics during theory sessions and these will be followed by lab exercises relating

Guide line for Interview Preparation
extreme.Net guides that provide free interview questions on numerous .Net areas in an easy to read and easy to study format.

What you will take home
This comprehensive DVD contains valuable, real-world code, books and best practice insights
So that you can get started right away on your own .Net project.

2 - 1/2 Months

Starting Date
1st March 2008 Time: 1 PM

How to Get Register
Email me at extreme_dotnet@yahoo.com with Following Data
Email Subject: .Net Training Delegates
Email Body: Name, Email, Contact No, Degree, Programming Background

Location and Pricing
Location: 23 Green Wood Plaza Barkat Market New Garden Town Lahore
Fee: Rs 7500 (for Complete Training)

Muhammad Dawood Aziz
(4+ Year Solid .Net Experience)
Development Lead (.Net)
In-Sync Systems Limited [www.insyncsystems.co.uk]
Cell: +923334875405
Fax: +44 (0) 1283 743410

VB.Net 2005 & ASP.Net Training Outline
• Microsoft .NET Framework
o What is the .NET Framework?
o The .NET Framework Architecture
o Common Language Runtime,
o .NET Framework Standard Libraries
o Microsoft Intermediate Language (MSIL)
o Assemblies (private, shared, native) and the Global
o Assembly Cache (GAC)
o The .NET Framework Languages
o Comparison of VB.NET, C#, and J#
o The .NET Framework Applications
o Windows applications
o Windows services
o ASP.NET Web applications and services
o Command-line programs
o Reusable assemblies
o SQL Server Stored Procedures, functions and user-defined types
• Language Fundamentals
o Program structure and statements
o Data types, identifiers, and operators
o Comments, XML comments
o Branching and iteration
o Working with strings
o Arrays, structures, and enumerations
o Classes and namespaces, objects
o Inheritance, overloading, overriding
o Interfaces
o Exceptions
o Generics, partial types, anonymous methods, and iterators
o Refactoring code by using refactoring features
o Using My classes to access system and application resources (VB.NET)
• Windows Forms Fundamentals
o The System.Windows.Forms namespace
o Working with the Windows Forms Designer
o Working with properties (using and creating)
o Event Handling (understanding events and delegates)
o Visual Inheritance
• Windows Forms Controls
o Adding controls to a form
o Control properties and methods
o Handling control events
o Form Layout (FlowLayoutPanel and TableLayoutPanel)
o Creating menus and menu items
o Windows user interface design guidelines
• Error Handling
o User input validation and the data validation controls
o Managing errors in an application
o The try, catch, finally, and throw keywords
o The .NET Framework exception handling guidelines
• Reusable Components
o Custom User controls, extending existing controls
o Creating custom events
o Single-file and multi-file assemblies
o Private and shared assemblies, Global assembly cache
o Deployment considerations
o Using COM Components
• Working with Data (with a focus on SQL Server and XML)
o Connecting to relational databases
o SqlConnection, SqlCommand, and SqlDataAdapter classes
o Parameterized SQL Statements
o Invoking Stored Procedures, input and output parameters
o Working with DataSet, DataTable, DataRow objects
o DataSet with multiple active results
o Strongly typed datasets
o Understanding XML data
o Creating XML Schema
o Query and update XML data by using XmlDocument
• Data Binding
o Create databound forms using the RAD data binding features.
o Generating Master-Detail forms using Visual Studio .NET
o SmartTags
o GridView control
• Graphics and Drawing
o GDI+ managed code
o Using managed graphics classes (pens, brushes, etc.) Fonts and Text
o Working with images and bitmaps
• File Systems
o Files and directories
o Binary and text files
o Working with streams
• Windows Services
o Service application programming architecture
o Creating Windows services
• Web Services
o Web services basics
o Using Web services
o Creating Web services
• .Net Remoting
o Remoting Basics
o Understanding Application Domains
o Create Remoteable Object
o Well-Know vs Activated Objects
o Creating Channels for Calling Remote Methods
o Creating Remote Objects
• Tracing and Debugging
o Tracing, trace switches
o Debugging techniques, stepping through the programs
• Windows Forms Security
o Securing applications
o Securing files and data access
o Security guidelines and best practices
• Deployment and Configuration
o ClickOnce Deployment
o Creating setup projects
o Configuring applications to handle version upgrades and service packs
• ASP.Net 2.0
o Introduction
o ASP.NET Web Applications
o Rendering HTML with Server Controls
o Data Binding in ASP.NET 2.0
o New Features in ASP.NET 2.0
o Designer Features
o Deployment and Configuration Tools
o Increasing Productivity
o Working With Controls
o Configuration
o Validation
o Themes and Master Pages
o Site Navigation
o Display Data with GridView and DataList
o State Management
o Debugging SQL Server Code
o Tracing
o Customer Controls

Delegates will do a complete Project.
Projects Detail
• Any Database Application (Windows or Web)
• Database Manipulation Tools
• Code Generation Tools
• Database Independent data Synchronization Tools
• Distributed Application Development
Note: Project Will Start after 2nd Class of Course
For Detail or any enquiry call 0333-4875405, 0332-4148243
Email: mdaudaziz@hotmail.com
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