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Introduction
The comprehensive platform of .Net Framework is difficult to describe in few words. Today, users are both more sophisticated and less sophisticated in parallel. People who were not users of computers a few years back are now enjoying the benefits of it in their routine life. Meanwhile, computer professionals have become more advanced along with their increased expectations from the software technology. Software developers have an added challenge to connect he internet with internet users. .Net Framework directly addresses this new challenge..

The intent of the training is to facilitate candidates to be marketed in nominal time by providing a hands-on course on the basics of the roles, responsibilities and skills required of a .NET programmer.
Who Should Attend
Candidates for this training should have knowledge of developing Web-based, Windows-based, or distributed applications by using the Microsoft .NET Framework 1.0, the .NET Framework 1.1, the .NET Framework 2.0, or the .NET Framework 3.5. Students can also take advantage of this training to pursue a successful career.
Benefits
TrNet01: Trainees will be able to prepare for exam 70-536.
TrNet02: Trainees will be able to prepare for exam 70-528.
TrNet01: Application Development Foundation
Length: 3 days
Delivery Method: Instructor Lead, Onsite
Schedule: Monthly   |    Location: Call for locations
Module 1: Introduction
Module 2: Services, threading and application domains
Module 3: Configuration, diagnostic, management, and installation
Module 4: Serialization and input / output
Module 5: Security
Module 6: Globalization, Drawing, and Text manipulation
TrNet02: Web-Based Application Development
Length: 4 days
Delivery Method: Instructor Lead, Onsite
Schedule: Monthly   |    Location: Call for locations
Module 1: Introducing Asp.Net
Module 2: Adding and Configuring Server Control
Module 3: Exploring Specialized Web Server Controls
Module 4: Using ADO.NET and XML with ASP.NET
Module 5: Creating Custom Web Controls
Module 6: Input Validation and Site Navigation
Module 6: Globalization, Drawing, and Text manipulation
Module 7: ASP.NET State Management
Module 8: Programming the Web Application
Module 9: Customizing and Personalizing a Web Application
Module 10: Globalization and Accessibility
Module 11: Implementing Authentication and Authorization