.NET and Visual Studio

With the release of Visual Studio 2015 and C# 6, developers have more power than ever available to them to build robust and flexible applications that can integrate with a variety of data sources. New productivity features in C# 6 can reduce the amount of code that has to be written and technologies such as Language Integrated Query (LINQ) allow developers to query objects, XML, and databases using a compact and productive syntax. Distributed data can be exposed using Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) or Web API and consumed by Windows Forms, Windows Store or phone applications, ASP.NET Web Forms, ASP.NET MVC, JavaScript powered Single Page Applications (SPAs), or Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) applications. All of these technologies are supported in Visual Studio 2015 allowing developers to build applications more efficiently than ever before. Our .NET curriculum integrates real-world concepts with hands-on exercises to allow developers to focus on the key technologies they need to know to build successful .NET desktop, Web, or mobile applications. ROI’s .NET Curriculum was written by Dan Wahlin who is a Microsoft MVP, ASP Insider, Google Developer Expert (GDE), and a member of the Microsoft Regional Director group.  

Crs. #Course Title
461C# Programming with Visual Studio
462Advanced C# Programming with Visual Studio
463ASP.NET MVC 5 Development
479C# Design and Application Patterns