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.NET Programming

Course Description

Master the fundamentals of .NET programming and learn how to create .NET projects with this .NET Programming Certification Course. You’ll get introduced to the .NET space and coding with C#, including Visual Studio and WinForms, preparing you for a successful career.

Course Overview

This .NET certification online course is a comprehensive introduction to the .NET space and .NET coding using C#. This course lays the foundation for the major aspects of .NET development, including the Visual Studio Environment, data connections, the C# language, and WinForms and WebForms projects.

Key Features

  • 100% Money-Back Guarantee
  • Independently create .NET projects
  • Learn advanced techniques and procedures
  • Create Windows Forms projects with Visual Studio
  • Create web-based projects with Visual Studio
  • Industry-recognized course completion certificate


Getting certified in .NET will open up a plethora of opportunities for a professional. Also as a matter of fact, a certified .NET developer gets paid well then their non-certified counterparts. The average salary of certified .NET developers is around $97,888 per annum.

Course Curriculum


This .NET online certification course is ideal for anyone with an interest in creating their own projects from scratch, people who want to gain an understanding of Visual Studio and .NET development, and people who want to learn programming through pragmatic examples instead of endless explanations.


A basic understanding of C# will be beneficial but it is not mandatory for this certification training course.

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Course Syllabus

Lesson 1 – Course Introduction04:02

1.1 Introduction02:42
1.2 Preparation01:20

Lesson 2 – A Tour Of The Visual Studio Integrated Develoment Environment (IDE)44:47

2.1 Introduction01:55
2.2 What is an IDE, and what is it used for?07:50
2.3 What is Visual Studio?08:42
2.4 Project Types supported in VS04:14
2.5 The Solution Explorer04:54
2.6 The Properties Window08:13
2.7 The Toolbox08:01
2.8 Summary00:58

Lesson 3 – The Visual Studio IDE In Action49:31

3.1 Introduction01:40
3.2 Winforms, WPF, and Web Projects08:45
3.3 IDE interaction with Projects06:25
3.4 Running your Project while building07:26
3.5 Methods, Functions and Routines10:52
3.6 Libraries05:54
3.7 Calling other Project Components07:11
3.8 Summary01:18

Lesson 4 – Using The Visual Studio IDE To Connect To Data46:51

4.1 Introduction00:43
4.2 Data Connections in Visual Studio05:07
4.3 Simple SQL Server Database07:55
4.4 Tables in SQL Server09:27
4.5 Stored Procedures07:02
4.6 Getting SQL Data into my Project08:53
4.7 Other Data Sources06:46
4.8 Summary00:58

Lesson 5 – A Starting Primer For The C# Programming Language51:31

5.1 Introduction00:57
5.2 C# versus Visual Basic10:30
5.3 Programming Structures in C#08:59
5.4 Writing Good Code07:26
5.5 Basic Coding Techniques, Part 106:32
5.6 Basic Coding Techniques, Part 209:36
5.7 Applying what we’ve learned06:16
5.8 Summary01:15

Lesson 6 – Starting A Winforms Project01:06:35

6.1 Introduction01:37
6.2 Winforms versus ASP Web Pages07:59
6.3 Opening and Exploring our Project10:24
6.4 Visual Studio Objects, Part 112:08
6.5 Visual Studio Objects, Part 212:53
6.6 Visual Studio Objects, Part 311:09
6.7 Writing Clean Organized Forms09:26
6.8 Summary00:59

Lesson 7 – Making Your Winforms Project Become A Usable Software Application56:51

7.1 Introduction00:29
7.2 Naming Conventions10:15
7.3 Referencing07:53
7.4 Building Project Components08:02
7.5 The Inevitable “Gotcha’s”10:15
7.6 Building your Application10:14
7.7 Distributables08:26
7.8 Summary01:17

Lesson 8 – A Web Development With Visual Studio Primer01:01:23

8.1 Introduction01:01
8.2 Revisiting Winforms versus Web Forms10:41
8.3 Form Controls, Custom Controls and A Microsoft Office Project13:45
8.4 ASP.NET Development, Part 107:30
8.5 ASP.NET Development, Part 210:25
8.6 Starting an ASP.NET Web site07:32
8.7 Project Layout in ASP Web Development09:33
8.8 Summary00:56

Lesson 9 – Creating A Working Web Site With Visual Studio51:01

9.1 Introduction00:48
9.2 Revisiting Winforms10:53
9.3 Revisiting Winforms versus Web Forms07:26
9.4 Reports10:20
9.5 Tapping into our Data05:21
9.6 How a Web Form is different06:08
9.7 How to Build and Publish our Web07:00
9.8 Summary00:50
9.9 Course Summary02:15


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