Key Information

Duration: 4 Days days

Course Learning Skills: C# .Net
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Brief

Objectives

This C# course will enable delegates to develop applications in the C# programming language. Delegates will be able to program using the principles of object orientation. The course will also cover how to use the Visual Studio 2010 development environment to produce robust and maintainable applications.

Audience
This course is intended for the following types of software developers:

  • New developers
  • Developers who understand computer programming but may have learned programming by using a non-graphical language in a university

These developers want to build solutions by using C#; within the Microsoft .NET Framework. They also want to employ Object Orientated techniques to enhance their development skills.

Prerequisites
Before attending this course, students must have competency in the following areas:

  • Familiarity and comfort with basic operating system functions such as file manipulation.
  • Understanding of the basics of structured programming, including concepts such as flow control, variables and parameters, and function calls.
  • At least 3 months experience developing applications in either a graphical or non-graphical environment, or equivalent knowledge.

Experience with object-oriented programming and concepts are not required.

Module 1. Principles of Object Orientation

  • Creating models
  • Classes & objects
  • Encapsulation, specialisation & polymorphism

Module 2. Designing Applications with UML

  • What Is UML
  • UML Diagrams
  • Use Case Diagrams
  • Class Diagrams
  • Interaction Diagrams

Module 3. Getting Started with C#

  • C# and .Net
  • The C# Language
  • Visual Studio IDE

Module 4. C# Language Fundamentals

  • Data Types
  • Variables
  • Constants
  • Strings
  • Statements
  • Expressions

Module 5. Branching

  • Conditional branching statements
  • Unconditional branching statements
  • Loops

Module 6. Operators

  • Assignment
  • Mathematical operators
  • Increment & decrement
  • Relational

Module 7. Classes and Objects

  • Defining classes
  • Constructors
  • Static and instance members
  • Destroying objects

Module 8. Inside Methods

  • Overloading methods
  • Encapsulating data with properties
  • Returning multiple values

Module 9. Debugging

  • Setting a breakpoint
  • The Call stack

Module 10. Inheritance and Polymorphism

  • Specialisation and generalisation
  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism
  • Abstract and sealed classes
  • The root class: object
  • Boxing and unboxing types

Module 11. Operator Overloading

  • Using the Operator Keyword
  • Creating Useful Operators
  • Logical pairs
  • Conversion Operators

Module 12. Structs

  • Defining a Struct

Module 13. Interfaces

  • Implementing and interface
  • Implementing more than one interface
  • Casting to an interface
  • Extending and interface

Module 14. Arrays

  • Declaring arrays
  • Multidimensional arrays
  • System.Array
  • Indexers

Module 15. Collection Interfaces and Types

  • The collection interfaces
  • Array lists
  • Queues and stacks

Module 16. Strings

  • Creating strings
  • Manipulating strings
  • The StringBuilder class

Module 17. Throwing and Catching Exceptions

  • The throw statement
  • The try and catch statement
  • How the call stack works
  • Exception class methods and properties

Module 18. Delegates and Events

  • Delegates
  • Events

Module 19. Generics

  • Generics: A Primer
  • Paramatizing by data type
  • System.Collections.Generics class

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