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  • Course 2956B: Core Foundations of Microsoft ® .NET 2.0 Development
  • Introduction
    • Name
    • Company affiliation
    • Title/function
    • Job responsibility
    • Programming experience
    • Microsoft Visual Studio experience
    • Your expectations for the course
  • Course Materials
    • Student workbook
    • Student Materials CD
    • Course evaluation
  • Microsoft Learning Product Types Course Traditional classroom presentation that combines lecture with guided activities to prepare you for a job or using a new Microsoft technology Lecture Activity iWorker Course Scenario-based courseware line to compete in the desktop applications market; s upports on-the-job performance improvement with business and productivity solutions Lecture Activity Workshop Experienced with the technology? Learn a skill or function through instructor-facilitated activities and self-directed study Lecture Activity
  • Microsoft Learning Product Types ( continued ) Clinic What you need to know when using a Microsoft product or feature to solve a business problem Lecture Demo Hands-On Lab A hands-on first look at features of the latest Microsoft technologies to become familiar with the product Lecture Prescriptive Activity First-Look Clinic Early content; convey knowledge-based (not skills-based) information to high-level Business Decision Makers Lecture Demo
  • Microsoft Learning http://www.microsoft.com/learning/ Course 2957: Advanced Foundations of Microsoft® .NET 2.0 Development Course 2956: Core Foundations of Microsoft® .NET 2.0 Development
  • Microsoft Certification Program http://www.microsoft.com/learning/ Exam number and title Core exam for the following track Exam 70-536: TS: Microsoft .NET Framework, Application Development Foundation MCTS
  • Facilities
    • Class hours
    • Building hours
    • Parking
    • Restrooms
    • Meals
    • Phones
    • Messages
    • Smoking
    • Recycling
  • About This Course
    • Description
    • Course Objectives
    • Audience
  • Prerequisites
    • Understand the .NET 2.0 Framework, the common language runtime, and the common type system
    • Have experience creating applications by using Visual Basic or Visual C#
    • Understand basic language syntax for decision structures, loop structures, and variables
    • Understand and use classes, objects, methods, properties, and functions
    • Use type conversions and text conversions
    • Create and use solutions and projects by using Visual Studio 2005
    • Use the Visual Studio 2005 object browser and the Visual Studio help system
  • Course Outline
    • Module 1: Developing Applications by Using Types and Standard Contracts
    • Module 2: Managing Common Data by Using Collections
    • Module 3: Deploying and Configuring Assemblies
    • Module 4: Monitoring and Debugging Applications
    • Module 5: Reading and Writing Files
    • Module 6: Serializing Data
  • Virtual Machine Environment Virtual machine Used as the: 2956B-LON-DEV- XX (where XX is the module number)
    • Development machine
  • Demonstration: Using Microsoft Virtual Server Virtual machines can communicate with each other and with the host, but not with other computers outside the virtual environment In this demonstration, you will learn how to:
    • Manage virtual machines using the Virtual Server Administration Website
    • Connect to virtual machines using the Virtual Machine Remote Control Client
    • Shut down virtual machines