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C# Fundamentals: Authored by Scott Allen | Duration: 6h 4m | Level: Intermediate | Released: 3/26/2010
C# is Microsoft's entry into the world of managed programming. Using a syntax that is deliberately reminiscient of Java, C++ and C, C# achieves a natural tradeoff of terseness and clarity, enabling programmers to express concepts in a clear and maintainable form. Recent enhancements to the language have made it even more powerful than before, allowing programmers to work with C# in both an object-oriented and partially functional style.
CLR Fundamentals: Authored by Mike Woodring | Duration: 4h 20m | Level: Intermediate | Released: 4/13/2010
At the heart of the .NET Framework is an execution engine called the Common Language Runtime. Designed from the ground up to support a myriad of programming language styles, the CLR provides a common type system, automatic memory management, support for concurrent execution, and facilitites for interoperating with native Win32 and COM components. Whether youre developing RESTful services using WCF, graphics intensive desktop applications using WPF, or forms based web applications using ASP.NET, the CLR provides the foundation for your applications managed execution. This module explores several key services provided by the CLR in support of managed application development on the .NET Framework.
CLR Threading: Authored by Mike Woodring | Duration: 2h 37m | Level: Advanced | Released: 4/13/2010
This course presents the threading features of the CLR.
Moving from VB6 to VB.NET: Authored by Joe Hummel | Duration: 2h 7m | Level: Beginner | Released: 11/12/2009
Visual Basic 9.0, hitting the scene in late 2007, is a sophisticated and mature programming language. Combined with the latest release of the .NET Framework and Visual Studio, the result is an incredibly powerful programming environment. This mini course will start the VB6 developer down the path to VB.NET, presenting a variety of topics including tool support, porting options, thinking the VB.NET way vs. the VB6 way, and some of the major differences of VB.NET and .NET over VB6 and COM. Along the way, well see many VB6 and VB.NET coding examples involving GUIs, data access, classes, and OOP.
Introduction to .NET: Authored by Keith Brown | Duration: 3h 45m | Level: Beginner | Released: 7/14/2009
This tutorial is aimed at programmers who are already familiar with an object oriented language like Java or even C++. It is designed to take your existing knowledge and transfer that to the .NET Framework, teaching both C syntax, .NET Framework, and Visual Studio features in a fast paced introduction to the Microsoft .NET development platform.
Whats New in C 5: Authored by Ian Griffiths | Duration: 1h 15m | Level: Advanced | Released: 12/10/2010
C v5 is the planned next version of C. This course illustrates new features of the language. (Currently, Microsoft has only released a preview of the asynchronous features, but as previews of the other features become available, this course will expand to include those.)
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