Microsoft .NET Online Training

Microsoft .NET

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About Microsoft .NET Online Training

Dot net course is mainly designed to impart knowledge to all the levels of learner’s and help them to develop .NET oriented Applications. Our .Net trainers states that “It’s a one stop solution to Practice, Learn, and build the career as .Net Developers with in flexible class schedules at your comfort place.

Course Objectives:

This course provides the exposure in the areas like ASP.NET, VB.NET, and C #. As there are numerous companies who look forward for the fresher graduates with sound knowledge in Dot-net, so that they need not spend, much time and money in training them. We prepare students to gain strong exposure towards software development. We concentrate majorly on practical exposure rather than just theory part.

This course helps in to build best skills in .NET areas where the students can come up with their own innovative ideas and develop efficient applications.

Who can take the .NET training?

This Course is intended for Working-Professionals, Students and Graduates. One need not necessarily have any previous programming experience. The only requirement is that learners should put forth all their efforts to learn the language.


The only requirement is that the students should have access to either PC or laptop and should know how to install all the required software's.

Why learn .NET?

.NET enables the fastest development with efficient language features and its frame work. And it possess the stable platform where one can build specific applications for Windows.

It greatly simplifies the creation of applications (which are powerful). Many things where the user has to code using either “C++ & MFC” is now embedded into the framework itself (in Dotnet).

The user can turn around the complex applications into much quicker and easier way. As we know that XML processing requires a lot of complex functions whereas .NET & C# contains built in reader & writer classes that reduces the complexity in coding say up to 25%.

Microsoft .NET Online Course Summary

.Net- Fundamentals

  • Why only .NET?
  • The .NET initiative
  • Introduction to .NET (framework)?
  • What are the advantages of .NET (framework) ?
  • System requirements

Introduction to Visual Studio .Net

  • Define Base class libraries
  • CLR- (Common language-runtime)
  • MSIL-(Microsoft intermediate language)
  • JIT- (Optimized just-in-time)
  • CTS- (Common type systems)
  • CLS-(Common language Specification )
  • Compilation & execution of .NET applications
  • Assemblies
  • Namespace

Visual Studio .Net

  • Introduction
  • Solution Explorer
  • Explanation the Object Browser & Class View Window
  • The Code Editor
  • The Toolbox and the Form Designer
  • Macro Explorer
  • The Server Explorer window
  • How to run visual Basic console application?


Introduction to Vb.Net

  • Explain the features of visual basic .NET?
  • What are the File extensions used in visual basic .NET
  • Keywords -Visual Basic
  • Statements - Visual Basic
  • Classes, Procedures, Modules, Methods etc.
  • The Option & Import statements
  • How to add class to the project
  • How to declare variables?
  • Different Data types
  • Arrays
  • Handling time and date

Introduction to oop

  • Oops Principles !
  • Structure Vs classes
  • Explain the Relationship between classes and objects
  • What are Access Specifiers?
  • How to use namespaces
  • Creation of namespaces in S class libraries
  • Define Constructors?
  • Finalize, Garbage collectors, Dispose
  • My Base, class & keywords (my)
  • Exception handling and Debugging
  • What are Exceptions?
  • Define .NET exceptions?
  • Define User defined exceptions
  • Try-catch-finally block ?
  • Explain Throw exception?
  • Debugging application
  • How to search for bugs?

GUI Application Development

  • Introduction to system windows, forms
  • What are Basic controls and event driven programming?
  • Define advanced controls?
  • Toolbars, Rich text box
  • Context Menus Working
  • Built in dialog boxes


  • Define File stream
  • Why Stream Reader?
  • Why Stream writer?

File Handling Concepts Collection

  • Define Generic collections
  • Specialized collections
  • Why Bit collections?
  • Define user defined collection classes?
  • What are Weight collection classes?


  • Introduction
  • ADO .NET Features
  • Differentiation between ADO & ADO .NET
  • ADO .NET namespaces
  • Events, Properties, Methods of the connection object
  • Methods, Properties, Events of the command object
  • How to access & manipulate data from data grid?
  • Performing data updates?


  • Introduction
  • Event handling
  • Handles, add handler & remove handler


  • Introduction to assemblies
  • What are the Benefits?
  • Contents
  • Application-Private (assemblies)
  • Private Vs shared assemblies
  • GAC - Global assembly cache

Multi- Threading

  • Thread class
  • Define Thread synchronization
  • How to create and control threads?
  • Resume, Sleep and Suspend Threading

Creating & using web services

  • Introduction to web services
  • How to create web services
  • How to use web services in windows application?
  • Window Services Working


  • Introduction
  • Design goals
  • .NET framework - ASP .NET
  • ASP .NET application Development environment
  • Web services
  • Web forms

Asp .net programming server controls

  • Web pages processing
  • Server control hierarchy
  • Web controls
  • Buttons, list controls, text boxes, hyperlinks….
  • HTML controls
  • HTML anchor, button…

Asp .net Programming Validation controls

  • Required field validation
  • Define Regular expression
  • What is Range Validation?

Different types of data binding

  • Data binding Introduction
  • Single value (data binding)
  • Multi record (data binding)
  • Custom binding

Using Xml & Search Tools In asp .net

  • How to work with XML server controls - ASP .NET?
  • How to Bind XML data to web form control?
  • Connect Relational data to - XML document !!

Configure, Debug & Deploy asp .net application

  • Overview - Configuration
  • Configuration File Structure
  • Configuration section
  • Track & Debug an application
  • How to deploy an application

Session Tracking

  • State maintenance
  • Session state
  • Cookies
  • Session object & events


  • Caching and its methods
  • Output caching


  • Basics
  • Different Data types?
  • What are Type conversions?
  • Explain Boxing & un-boxing
  • Define Conditional statements?
  • Looping
  • Methods in C#
  • Properties
  • Define Arrays
  • Explain Structures & enumerations
  • Indexes
  • What are Strings?
  • Explain Collections?
  • Define Regular expressions?


  • Reference types and Value types
  • Unsafe
  • Pointers & Structures

Memory Management

  • Explain Garbage collector?
  • Define Stack and heap?
  • Architecture of GC
  • Generations
  • Explain M.M. Support classes

Object Oriented Programming Concepts- Exception handling

  • System defined exceptions
  • Try, catch, finally
  • Custom exceptions
  • Throwing exceptions

Operator Overloading

  • Unary operators
  • Binary operators

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is .Net and OOPS inter related?
    • Yes, Microsoft Visual Basic .NET supports all the object oriented features. In addition, Microsoft .NET Framework includes the development (support) for Web services, Graphics, Web applications, Microsoft Windows applications, Data access etc. all these are designed as per the object-oriented principles. Developers who ever have the firm grip in object-oriented principles can learn the language easily.
  • Could you please give a note on the system requirements for .Net?

    • The system requirements for Microsoft .NET Framework is as follows:

      Windows XP SP3

      Windows Vista SP1 (or later)

      Windows 7 SP1

      Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1

      Windows Server 2003 SP2

      Windows Server 2008 (not supported on Server)

      Windows Server 2008 R2 (not supported on Server)

      Windows 8 Windows 7

  • Is dot net an open source?
    • No .net is not an open source.
  • Does dot net has pointers?
    • Yes .Net has pointers and one may make use of unsafe block to use pointers in code.


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