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Visual C# Training Courses

Which Visual C# course is right for you?

Systematix offers a cost effective range of Microsoft Visual C# Training Courses that caters for all levels of expertise. If you are meeting C# (Visual C sharp) for the first time have a look at our Microsoft Learning to Program with C# - 4 days course.

We offer a faster paced course for developers converting from other languages, Microsoft C# for Existing Developers - 4 days.

With public courses held in London or other training centres costing more than £500 per delegate per day, it can be cost effective to have your own customised course on your premises which can eliminate expensive travel, save time and so be more productive.


Standard Visual C# Courses

Microsoft Learning to Program with C#

If you're new to programming, this is the place! C#.NET from the very ground up will be explained. Maybe those of you who are more code-wise ought to see our C# for Existing Developers.

C# for Existing Developers

Microsoft C Sharp for Existing Developers is a definite must for any person using another language like VB or C++. Our tutor has knowledge of a number of languages and often adds pointers for VB/C++ when there is something to note.

Microsoft Developing MVC Applications with C#

ASP.NET MVC is Microsoft’s Model-View-Controller technologies. MVC 2 enables developers to build dynamic, data-driven Web sites. Developing MVC Applications with C# shows you how to use MVC 2. You’ll learn both the theory behind MVC 2, as well as how to create a real-world application. Topics include transitioning from ASP.NET development, as well as an overview of related tools and technologies, including LINQ, jQuery, and REST.

Microsoft C# Object Oriented Development

Embark upon object-oriented programming in the .NET era with C# Object Oriented Development. We will take you from the basics through advanced OOP concepts with the help of clear instructions, candid reference notes and design tips, and engaging programming examples. Learn how to take full advantage of the objects provided by C# .NET or how to create and implement your own objects. In less time than you thought possible, you’ll absorb object-oriented design concepts and terminology and understand how to construct elegant object-oriented programs with C#.

Microsoft Developing ASP.NET Applications with C#

The Internet has brought a huge difference in the way we develop and use software applications. Applications are becoming more and more distributed, connecting heterogeneous systems. With such a radical change, the role of XML is highly significant. XML has already established itself as a standard way of data encoding and transfer. No wonder that Microsoft’s .NET Framework provides such a strong support for XML. Data access, raw parsing, configuration, code documentation, and web services are some of the examples where .NET harnesses the power and flexibility of XML.The .NET Framework comes with a plethora of classes that allow you to work with XML data. Using XML for Visual Basic Developers demystifies XML and allied technologies. Reading and writing XML data, using DOM, ADO.NET integration with XML, SQL Server XML features, applying XSLT stylesheets, SOAP, web services, and configuration systems are some of the topics that this course explores in detail. Real-world examples will help you understand the practical use of the topic under consideration.

Microsoft Developing Windows Applications with C#

Developing Windows Applications with C# course is intended for the intermediate programmer who is responsible for designing and building Windows-based applications with the .NET Framework. It is designed for developers who already have some C#.NET development skills.

Microsoft ADO.NET for C# Developers

ADO.NET for C# Developers provides a thorough, detailed and structured walkthrough of ADO.NET concepts. This course is useful for .NET developers or architects developing database applications.

Microsoft LINQ for Visual C # Developers

LINQ is the part of the .NET Framework that provides a generic approach to querying data from different data sources. It has quickly become the next must-have skill for .NET developers. This course has the detail you need to grasp Microsoft's new querying technology, and concise explanations to help you learn it quickly.

Microsoft Using XML for C# Developers

The Internet has brought a huge difference in the way we develop and use software applications. Applications are becoming more and more distributed, connecting heterogeneous systems. With such a radical change, the role of XML is highly significant. XML has already established itself as a standard way of data encoding and transfer. No wonder that Microsoft .NET Framework provides such a strong support for XML. Data access, raw parsing, configuration, code documentation, and web services are some of the examples where .NET harnesses the power and flexibility of XML. The .NET Framework comes with a plethora of classes that allow you to work with XML data. This course demystifies XML and allied technologies. Reading and writing XML data, using DOM, ADO.NET integration with XML, SQL Server XML features, applying XSLT style sheets, SOAP, web services, and configuration systems are some of the topics that this course explores in detail. Real-world examples will help you understand the practical use of the topic under consideration.

Microsoft Windows Presentation Foundation for C# Developers

Windows Presentation Foundation for C# Developers shows you how WPF really works. It provides you with the no-nonsense, practical advice that you need in order to build high quality WPF applications quickly and easily.

Microsoft OO Programming for the Novice with C#

Object-Oriented Programming for the Novice with C# will take you through the fundamentals of OO Development. Discover why objects are so successful as the model for this type of programming and how objects are classified. Distinguish between how people see the world and how computers “see” it. Learn about attributes and methods, inheritance, polymorphism, real-world and case modelling, object-oriented programming with C#, and much more.

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