.NET is Microsoft's new platform for web and Windows applications, and Visual Studio.NET is their rapid development environment. . NET applications and web services can be deployed to, and used by, many platforms, from desktop to mobile. A key feature of .NET is support for multiple programming languages, particularly C# and VB.NET. Course Content This intensive .NET training course has been specifically designed to address the requirements of architects faced with application design and planning with a comprehensive introduction to creating typical commercial applications within the .NET framework using C# or VB.NET. Course content has been developed for real-world, commercial scenarios by our expert instructors. See below for detailed syllabus, or if you have a technical question, please email email@example.com
What you will learn
At the end of this course delegates will be able to:
1. Describe the anatomy of typical .NET applications, including component and service roles
2. List many of the principal patterns found in .NET applications
3. Use .NET patterns in application design, assessing a given pattern’s fit in a given context
4. Describe how these patterns can be implemented
5. Understand the current state of .NET patterns
Architecture & Design Patterns for .NET Training Course Outline
.NET, Patterns and Practices
Gain/refresh familiarity with .NET technologies, the style of .NET applications and where patterns fit.
Identify pattern resources for the .NET world.
Identify bad practices in the implementation of user interfaces using Web technology.
Improve maintainability of UI through the application of patterns
Business Component Patterns
Map the analysis model onto “business” components and consider how these could be implemented in .NET.
Improve the maintainability and flexibility of the business components through the application of common patterns
Distribution and Structural Patterns
Examine the impact on .NET design of distribution, services, partitioning, transactions and other ‘structural’ concerns.
Explore the patterns that can be introduced to overcome some of the issues associated with these technical aspects of the system
Data and Integration Layer Patterns
Explore different styles of data access in .NET and various patterns for mapping domain data to .NET elements.
Examine common patterns and idioms for accessing non-database business data and services and patterns for system integration
Summary and further reading
References, e.g. [POSA]
Pattern Summary, e.g. Layers