Tijdens de ICT-cursus 70-483 Programming in C# worden de volgende onderdelen behandeld:
Managing Program Flow
Microsoft Visual C# is a principal development language for the .NET framework. This course offers instruction on how to manage program flow in C# applications. It describes functionality such as multithreading, asynchronous processing, events and call backs, and exception handling. In This course is a part of the preparation materials intended to prepare an individual for Exam 70-483 Programming in C#. Passing this exam provides Microsoft Specialist certification and is a credit towards the Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD) certification Windows Store Apps Using C#.
Creating and Using Types
In addition to classes, there are a number of C# types including structs and enums. In this course, you’ll learn about creating types, including structs, enums and classes. You’ll also learn about consuming types, including converting value and ref types. The course also explores encapsulation, implementing a class hierarchy, using reflection, and managing the object life cycle. Finally, you’ll learn about manipulation of strings in C#.
Implementing Data Access
Data access and management is a critical aspect of most enterprise applications. In this course, you’ll learn how to implement data access in C# applications. You’ll also learn about I/O operations, consuming data, using LINQ, serialization, and using collections.
Debugging and Security Implementation
Debugging and securing your applications is crucial prior to deployment. This course describes how to implement debugging and security features in C# applications. You’ll also learn about validation of application input, symmetric and asymmetric encryption, managing an assembly, using compiler directives, and implementing diagnostics.
Manipulating and Retrieving Data
Data access and management is a critical aspect of most enterprise applications. Learn how to consume data, manipulate data and objects using LINQ, perform serialization, and use collections in C# applications.