IIHT Certified course in Dot Net

IIHT - Kalkaji
In New Delhi

Rs20001-30000
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  • Diploma
  • New delhi
  • When:
    Flexible
Description

Fully proficient with Dot Net modules:

Operating System
Programming Fundamentals
Object Oriented Concepts
HTML
DHTML
CSS3
SQL
Introduction to UML
Programming with C#
Programming with Ado.Net
Programming with ASP.Net 3.5
WPF Fundamentals
WCF Fundamentals
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Where and when

Starts Location Timetable
Flexible
New Delhi
IIHT, E-153,2nd floor, Kalkaji, Near KFC, New Delhi-110019. D: +91 11 49064172 | www.iiht.com, 110019, Delhi, India
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Frequent Asked Questions

· What are the objectives of this course?

Ready for the job after completion of course Complete Practical exposure Job Roles are: Web Application Developer Software Developer Sr. Software Developer Software Engineer

· Qualification

Pursuing Graduation in any stream

What you'll learn on the course

Dot Net Business Application Developer S. No Course Outline 1 Operating System 1.1 Operating Systems Overview 1.2 Multi-Tasking 1.3 Threads 1.4 Process Management 1.5 Memory Management 1.6 File Management 2 Programming Fundamentals 2.1 Algorithm & Data st
Check out with TFS 9.2 Data Types and Control flow 9.3 Classes and Objects in C# 9.4 Inheritance & Interfaces 9.5 Generics & Collections 9.6 Exception Handling 9.7 File Handling 9.8 XML and .Net Framework 9.9 Delegates and Events 9.10 Multi-Threading 9.11

Teachers and trainers (1)

Sakshi Sharma
Sakshi Sharma
Software Engineer

Course programme

Dot Net Business Application Developer S. No Course Outline 1 Operating System 1.1 Operating Systems Overview 1.2 Multi-Tasking 1.3 Threads 1.4 Process Management 1.5 Memory Management 1.6 File Management 2 Programming Fundamentals 2.1 Algorithm & Data structures 2.2 Selection and Control Structures 2.3 Arrays and Strings 2.4 Functions 2.5 Files Handling 3 Object Oriented concepts 3.1 Beginning with Object-Oriented concepts 3.2 Classes & Objects 3.3 Encapsulation and Abstraction 3.4 Inheritance and Polymorphism 4 Software Engineering 4.1 SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS 4.2 SOFTWARE DESIGN 4.3 SOFTWARE CONSTRUCTION 4.4 SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT 4.5 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING PROCESS 4.6 SOFTWARE QUALITY 5 Testing Fundametals 5.1 Test Scenario 5.2 Test Development Process 5.3 Test Case Development Process 5.4 System & System Integration Test Case Design 5.5 Test design techniques 5.6 Test case components 5.7 Test Case Review Process 5.8 Perform Test Case Review 6 EIM Fundamentals 6.1 Introduction and Architecture 7 SQL 7.1 What is ANSI SQL 7.2 DDL DML DQL DCL TCL 7.3 Understanding Constraints & their Types 7.4 SQL Operators 7.5 SQL Functions 7.6 Joins & their Types 7.7 More Clauses in SQL 7.8 Subqueries 7.9 Schema Objects 8 Introduction to UML 8.1 Use Case 8.2 Class Diagrams 8.3 Sequence Diagrams 8.4 Activity Diagrams 8.5 Build the UML Diagrams for SE Case Study 9 Programming with C# 9.1 Checkin , check out with TFS 9.2 Data Types and Control flow 9.3 Classes and Objects in C# 9.4 Inheritance & Interfaces 9.5 Generics & Collections 9.6 Exception Handling 9.7 File Handling 9.8 XML and .Net Framework 9.9 Delegates and Events 9.10 Multi-Threading 9.11 Debugging with Visual Studio 9.12 Omega Hands on 9.13 LINQ to objects 10 Programming with ADO.NET 10.1 Introduction ADO.NET 10.2 Querying Databases using ADO.NET 10.3 Working in a connected and a Disconnected Environment 10.4 Implementing Transactions 10.5 Working with XML Data and LINQ 11 Programming with ASP.NET 3.5 11.1 Introduction to Web-Programming and Working with ASP.NET 11.2 Building ASP.NET pages 11.3 Performing Data Access 11.4 Performing Data Access 11.5 Building ASP.NET Components 11.6 ASP.NET Controls 11.7 ASP.NET Site Navigation Control 11.8 Building ASP.NET Application 11.9 Authentication 11.10 Exception handling 11.11 Logging 11.12 error pages 11.13 Web services 11.14 ASP.NET Configuration Settings 12 Introduction to Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) 12.1 WS-Specifications 12.2 Built-In Bindings 12.3 Comparing WCF with existing MS Technologies 12.4 Creating and Consuming a Service 12.5 Passing Data Between Applications 12.6 Trade-offs between interoperability and performance 12.7 Hosting and configuring a service 12.8 Exchanging primitive and .NET data types 12.9 Serializing custom classes and collections 13 WCF Enhancements 13.1 Simplied Configuration 13.2 Discovery 13.3 Routing Service 13.4 Improved REST Support 13.5 Workflow Services with WCF

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