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The beginning track for VB.NET certification.


Course Description

This course is the beginning track for certification. It’s designed for the beginning VB.NET programmer, although there are topics of an advanced nature. The topics discussed within this curriculum focus primarily on VB.NET code and not interface design or true event-based programming.


Learning Outcomes

 


Pre-requisites

Students should have basic Windows skills and at least three months experience with developing applications in either a graphical or non-graphical environment. Basic understanding of structured programming is helpful, as well.


Who is this course intended for?

 

 

Course Curriculum

Introduction
Introduction 00:00:00
VB.net and Framework
VB.net and Framework 00:00:00
First Project
First Project 00:00:00
Declare Variables
Declare Variables 00:00:00
Numeric Variables 00:00:00
String Variables 00:00:00
Variable Scope 00:00:00
Type Conversion 00:00:00
Flow Expressions
Flow Expressions 00:00:00
Decision Statements 00:00:00
Iteration Statements 00:00:00
Function and Methods 00:00:00
Classes and Objects
Defining a Class 00:00:00
Constants and Enums 00:00:00
Constructors 00:00:00
Value and Reference Types 00:00:00
Arrays
Arrays: Single Dimensional 00:00:00
Arrays: Multi Dimensional 00:00:00
Array Lists 00:00:00
Arrays: Type Safe Lists 00:00:00
LINQ
LINQ 00:00:00
Filter and Sort 00:00:00
Joining Data 00:00:00
Syntax and Logic Errors
Exception Handling 00:00:00
Custom Exceptions 00:00:00
Reading and Writing Files
Reading and Writing Files 00:00:00
Path Object 00:00:00
StreamReader 00:00:00
Debugging
Common Errors 00:00:00
Breakpoints 00:00:00
Watch Window 00:00:00
Immediate Window 00:00:00
Garbage Collector
Garbage Collector 00:00:00
Conclusion
Course Recap 00:00:00

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