Microsoft .Net Fundamentals for Summer Training 2015

Summer Training 2015
Microsoft .Net Technology

Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) is one of the best Technology Certification Exam, which has been organized by Microsoft. This exam need fundamental knowledge of all sorts of IT terms and keywords. Microsoft .Net is one the most important platform of Microsoft Development. This article will provide some brief description about the basic fundamentals of Microsoft .Net for MTA examination.

Summer Training 2015 Program is targeted basically those students which are appearing high schools and colleges (two years) and willing to choose IT field as their profession. It also provides and appropriate platform to build a career in technology in future.

Candidates want to appear this MTA Certification exam should have proficient knowledge in IT technology. Candidates must have skills and knowledge in Microsoft .Net basic fundamentals. In this Summer Training 2015, by Microsoft, we provide basic knowledge and skills of Microsoft .Net, which will helpful to the candidates to appear this exam. Before that, candidate must have to register him self for this training. For registration, please click here.

Candidates for this MTA examination, must have the following basic knowledge about Microsoft .Net.

  1. Core .Net
  2. .Net Namespace
  3. Class organization
  4. Managed Code Theory
  5. .Net Memory Management
  6. Language PrioritySummer Training 2015

The main objective domain of Microsoft .Net for Summer Training 2015 is as follows.

1. Understanding .Net Framework Concepts.

1.1. Basic Application Settings
1. app.config
2. web.config

1.2. Event Handling
1. Event Driven Programming Model
2. Event Handlers
3. Event Raising
4. Delegates ImplementationExample-of-exception-handling-with-try-catch-in-java

1.3. Exception Handling
1. Error Handling Concepts
2. Exceptions
3. Types of Exceptions

2. Namespaces and Classes

2.1. .Net Class Hierarchies
1. System Classes
2. Classification of Classes
3. Logical Organization of Classes

2.2. Object Oriented Concepts in .Net
1. Inheritance
2. Polymorphism
3. Interfaces

2.3. .Net Namespace
1. Reason for Namespace
2. Organization of Namespace in Class Library
3. use of Namespace

2.4. Class Libraries
1. Logical Grouping of Classes
2. Logic behind class library

2.5. Data TypesSummer Training 2015
1. Intrinsic Data Types
2. Values Types
3. Reference Types
4. Boxing, Unboxing
5. .Net Collection Classes

2.6. Generics
1. Generics Infrastructure
2. Generic Interfaces
3. Generic Delegates
4.  Contravariant and covariant generic type arguments
5. Generic methods
6.  Verifiability

3. .Net Code Compilation:

3.1. Fundamentals of Microsoft Intermediate Language (MSIL) and Common Language Infrastructure (CLI)
1. What is MSIL and CLI?
2. How source code is compiled into MSIL
3. How code is Just-in-Time (JIT) compiled

3.2. Use of Strong Naming
1. Why strong naming is used
2. How to sign assemblies to support strong naming
3. Global Assembly Cache

3.3. Version Control
1. How .NET applications are versioned
2. How to run different versions on the same computer

3.4.  Assemblies and metadata
1. .NET assemblies
2. Shared assemblies
3. Metadata in .NET

4. I/O Classes in the .NET Framework

4.1.  .NET file classes
1.  Read/write file classes
2. Stream readers and writers

4.2. Console I/O
1.  System.Console classes

4.3. XML classes in the .NET FrameworkXML
1. XMLReader
2. XMLWriter
3. XML Schemas

5. Security

5.1. System Security namespace.
1. Permissions
2. Cryptography

5.2. Authentication and Authorization
1.  Code access security
2.  Access control, and policies

6.  .NET Languages

6.1.  Language interoperability.
1. Calling code written in one language from another language
2. .NET language parity

6.2. Type Safety
1.  Memory type safety
2.  Type safety in classes
3.  Strong types

7. Memory Management

7.1. Resource Allocation
1. Garbage Collection
2. Memory Allocation
3. Stack versus Heap

7.2. Difference Between Managed and Unmanaged applications
1. Managed Code
2. Unmanaged Code

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