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Course Covers All The Job Essentials for Dot Net


If you are looking for a stable career as a software developer in DOT NET. Training from DTA would be the finest choice. Being a one of its kind DOT NET Training in Delhi, We have a wide knowledge and experience in enlightening the future of students with bright careers. We understand the expectations of the employer.

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Module 1:


Introduction to .NET Framework 4 | OOPS Concepts | ADO.NET | SQL SERVER 2012 | Windows Form in C# | HTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT | ASP.NET -Validation and Web Form Designing.

Module 2:


Assemblies | Collection, Generics | Delegates, Event | Reflection | Implementation of ADO.NET in 3-Tier Architecture | XML in .NET | WCF | WPF | AJAX | LINQ | MVC Framework.

Advance Dot Net Course Syllabus

In the first module of our .NET training we give a basic overview about the .NET language and the relevant topics.

  • Introduction of Language.
  • Introduction of Web Application.
  • Platform Dependence, Independence and portability.
  • Introduction of .NET framework.
  • Introduction of Compiler and MSIL.
  • Introduction of CLR.

The second module of .NET course focuses on OOPs. The module talks about Object Oriented Programming (OOPs) and its detailed analysis

  • Classes and Objects.
  • Object Oriented Programming structure.
  • Internet programming and its requirements
  • Security
  • Naming Conventions
  • Encapsulation, Abstraction, Class and Object.
  • Relation between objects and reference variables.
  • Method Overloading and types of methods.
  • Description of memory blocks; Stacks, heap and class area.
  • Constructors and destructors and Garbage collectors.
  • Using scope and dispose methods.
  • Usage of this keyword.
  • Static data members, constructors and methods.
  • Method overriding and hiding.
  • Static and dynamic binding.
  • Namespace.
  • Assembly
  • Usage of sealed, partial, out, ref, pram, keyword
  • Property and Indexer.
  • Windows application.
  • Delegates and events
  • Windows App. Component.

The third module of our .NET course lays emphasis on String Handling. The C# uses this technique. The String handling module contains-

  • String class and concept of Immutability.
  • Pool of String Constants and its use.
  • Common String operations.
  • Use of String Builder.

The fourth module of our asp.net training in New Delhi training programme covers Exception handling. Exception handling provides a way of transferring a part of a programme from one to another and arises only in exceptional circumstances.

  • What is Exception Building
  • Differences between exception and error.
  • Exception Handling and Robustness.
  • Try and catch block.
  • Exception handlers.
  • Throw keyword and its usage.
  • Role of Finally
  • Exception Class Methods and properties.
  • Creating user defined Exceptions.

The fifth module of dot net framework training focuses on multithreading. The in-depth knowledge of multithreading is an effective and important part of this module. The module includes.

  • Multitasking and Multithreading.
  • Process and thread.
  • States of thread.
  • Thread based execution model of dot NET Applications.
  • Implementing User threads.
  • Thread synchronization.
  • Inter thread communication.
  • Thread Interrupting.
  • Daemon Threads and their use.

Input or Output streams define the fifth module of dot NET training classes in DTA. The stream is concept of transferring data either to or from a storage medium. The medium is as follows-

  • Streams and their advantages over conventional input output.
  • Reading and writing data byte by byte, line by line and in one go.
  • Redirecting Standard Input Output Streams
  • Serialization and De-serialization.
  • Serialization Formatter.
  • Xml Formatter
  • Binary Formatter
  • Soap Formatter
  • Son Formatter
  • File class and file system Interaction
  • Zip and unzip files.

The seventh module of .NET course covers reflection. The important systems part and the importance of classes are covered extensively in this module. The module covers following topics-

  • Understanding objects representation of Classes.
  • Loading classes dynamically.
  • Obtaining information of classes dynamically.
  • Invoking, method indirectly.
  • Referring data members indirectly.
  • Overriding access policy and referencing private members.

The dot net framework’s Collection framework is another important part of the language. The framework plays an important role in further enhancing and strengthening the command of the language.

  • Role and Importance of collection Framework.
  • Index based collection Array list, stack, Queue.
  • Use define collection
  • Map based collection use of key and value of pair(Entry).
  • Hash table, sorted list
  • Searching list, Hash and tree based collection.
  • Role of equals and hash code methods.
  • Role of comparable interfaces.
  • Type safety and generics.
  • Generic collections
  • List, stack, Queue, Dictionary, Linked List and Sorted List.

The ninth module covers the whole ADO.NET section of our course. The dot net course in south Delhi at exclusively covers Database connectivity using ADO.NET. The module covers following aspects.

  • Overview of Database and Database server.
  • Introduction of SQL Server 2008.
  • DML and DDL query.
  • Join, Trigger, Procedure and function.
  • ADO.NET API
  • CONNECTED LAYER
  • Connection, Command and Data Reader
  • Disconnected Layer
  • Adopter, Data set, table, Row and Column
  • ODBC, OLEDB, Oracle Client
  • Connectivity with Oracle, Access, Excel and Mysql.
  • Connection Pooling.

The tenth module of dot net classes covers web applications programming using ASP.NET. It is a frame work to create web applications. The module is further branched into following subparts.

  • Web Applications architecture.
  • Static web page.
  • Application Life cycle.
  • Dynamic page.
  • Page Life cycle and event method.
  • Html and server control.
  • Server control event life cycle
  • State Management
  • URL rewriting, Hidden Form Field, View state, Session, Cookies and Application.
  • Global class and event method
  • Uploading and downloading
  • Page Directives
  • Data source
  • Datalist, Deatilview, Formview, Gridview, Listview and repeater.
  • SQL Data source, Xml Data Source, Sitemap Data source and Object data Source.
  • Validation Control
  • Compare validation, Custom Validation, Range Validator, Regular Expression Validator on Summary.
  • Navigation
  • Menu, Treeview and Sitemap path.
  • Login control and membership
  • Login, Login Name, Login status, Login view, Password Recovery, Change Password, Create user Wizard.
  • Ajax Extensions
  • Globalization & localization
  • Master page and style theme
  • Mail
  • SMTP

The eleventh module covers the advanced web services part. The .Net course teaches you to use web services via ASP.NET. The module covers the following contents.

  • Web services Architecture.
  • Explaining how to control the way a .NET Framework object is serialized to XML.
  • Describing t
  • he structure of a Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) request and response.
  • Consuming XML web service.
  • Explaining the structure of a Web Service Description Language (WSDL) document.
  • Explaining the Web services discovery process.
  • Locating service contracts by using Disco .exe.
  • Generating Web service proxies by using Visual Studio .NET.
  • Invoking a Web service synchronously and asynchronously by using a Web service proxy.
  • Creating A Web service project.
  • Implementing web service methods, exposing them, and controlling their behaviour.
  • Managing state in an ASP.NET- based Web service.
  • Debugging Web services.
  • Explaining the role of UDDI in Web services.
  • Publishing a web service in a UDDI registry by using the UDDI SDK.
  • Explaining the various options for publishing a Web service on an intranet.
  • Explaining some of the options for modifying the default configuration pf a web service.
  • Explaining how to use the security mechanisms that Microsoft Internet Information
  • Services (IIS) and Windows provide for authentication.
  • Using SOAP headers for authentication in a web service.

The twelfth module of Advance .NET course teaches about LINQ. LINQ is language integrated query, which is a facility in dot net framework which applies to all sources of information and not to only XML data. The module covers following data.

  • Introduction to LINQ
  • LINQ expressions
  • Using via extension methods
  • Filtering
  • Sorting
  • Aggregating
  • Skip and take operators
  • Joins
  • Extension methods
  • Object initialization syntax
  • Anonymous types
  • Lambda expressions
  • Deferred executions
  • Benefits and drawbacks
  • IEnumerable and IQueryable
  • Using across tiers
  • Data projections
  • Single result values
  • Existing types
  • Anonymous types
  • Grouping
  • LINQ and XML
  • New XML classes
  • Generating XML
  • Querying XML
  • Using data projection
  • Combining with Xpath
  • LINQ to SQL
  • Attributes and mapping
  • Creating a Data context
  • Deferred loading
  • Inserts and deletes
  • Transactions

The next module gives on-depth knowledge module view controller (MVC) framework for building a dynamic website with clean separation of concerns, including the merged MVC, web pages and web API. The module covers in detail analysis of MVC.

  • Introduction to MVC.
  • The Model- View Controller Patter Differences between MVC and the web forms Applications.
  • Building a simple MVC Applications with Visual Studio
  • Working with Controllers and actions
  • Introductions to controllers
  • Using a controller to manage the Application.
  • Controller Actions
  • Returning Action results.
  • Creating MVC Modules
  • Data and Business Rules in MVC Applications
  • Creating a custom data Model.
  • Using MVC views.
  • Views in ASP.NET MVC
  • Creating a Custom Data Model
  • Data Validation
  • HTML Helpers and action filters
  • Creating a custom filter
  • Creating a route content
  • Using MVC and Ajax.
  • Working with JSON Data

Windows communication foundation (WCF) is framework for building service oriented application. The WCF is sends data as asynchronous messages from one service endpoint to another. The fourteenth module of .NET certification course gives a WCF analysis.

  • What is WCF?
  • Address Binding and contract
  • WCF Services and Clients
  • IIS Hosting
  • WCF Architecture

Silver light is a powerful tool for engaging and interacting with customers via web and mobile applications. Silver Lights is a software similar to flash and is developed by Microsoft. The fifteenth module of .Net classes will focus extensively on Silver Lights and its, uses, pros and cons and how to maximise its reach.

  • Introduction to Silver Lights
  • The framework and architecture of the software
  • Versions Silver Light Hosting Supported Platforms
  • Animation Accessing Data using Silver Light Networking.

The final module of .NET training will cover all the remaining additional and relevant topics of the course. The final module will shape you in the perfect .NET professional and will enhance your corporate skills. The last module covers.

  • Addresses and Bindings
  • Services and contracts
  • Instance management
  • Data Contracts
  • Handling Errors
  • AngularJS
  • JavaScript
  • Jquery
  • CSS
  • Bootsrap
  • Signar R
  • Web API

After 2 Months, You should be able To :

Use various .NET programming language constructs to create several .NET technology applications.

Use decision and looping constructs and methods to dictate program flow.

Apply advance error handling (Exception Handling) techniques.

Implement Caching , Security, Ajax & LINQ features in your Application.

Apply RIA into your Application.

Effectively design the database for your Application.

2 Months Industrial Training Target Job/Profile:

Web Developer.

Application Developer.

Technical Consultant.

Qualification Criteria:

BE / B-Tech (IT, CSE and ECE) / BSc, BCA, MSC CSE,MSC IT, MSC software engineering & MCA (Last 2years pass outs)

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