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Relevant Training On Visual Basic.Net Programming

by: Cresencio Daffon Jr. | 16 Feb, 2011 16:44:23

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For those who like to enroll for a 30-hour course training that provides important knowledge for applications development of Microsoft Visual Basic.NET for Microsoft .NET platform as well as focus on details of implementation, language structure, user interfaces, and structure of a program then you need to enroll for Visual Basic.Net Programming training which is found under Programming Courses category of CNCTC, Inc.’s short courses list.

This course has 12 chapters that cover topics for each starting with Visual Basic.Net Programming introduction which tackles concepts of Basic .NET followed by Development Environment exploration and then creating Visual Basic .NET project.

The second chapter is about Forms and Controls working that tackles about Programming Concepts understanding and code styling.

Chapter three of the course training is regarding Variables and Arrays using that begins with Data Types introduction followed by variables using then scope which is variable; structures creation and utilization; Data Types conversion; and Arrays Data Storing.

The fourth chapter is about Procedures starting with procedures creation and utilization and followed by utilization of functions which are predefined.

Next chapter focuses on the topic about Structures and Loops of a decision starting with Conditional Expressions followed by Decision Structures and then Conditional Loop Structures, all regarding uses for each area.

Chapter six is regarding Errors and Exceptions Handling which discussion is about debugger utilization.

The seventh chapter is about User Input validation that covers user input restriction followed by field data validation and then form data validation.

The eighth topic is User Interface enhancement which tackles about toolbars, menus creation, and status bars.

Chapter nine is about eXtensible Markup Language Web services and Web forms.

The tenth chapter tackles about Object-Oriented Programming Concepts introduction beginning with classes working followed by shared members utilization and then namespaces, polymorphism, and inheritance.

Second to the last chapter discusses about ADO.NET utilization that starts with database concepts and data used for working.

Chapter twelve tackles about Applications Deployment that mainly focuses on overview of assembly follows by selection option for deployment and Windows-based applications deployment.

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