To provide the knowledge and skills required to describe the basic features of the Microsoft .NET technologies through a high level overview of the terminology and key concepts, architecture, programming interfaces, tools and available alternatives.
Developers, IT managers, project managers as well as Web specialists (other than designers), network specialists and those in administrative or administrative support positions.
Basic knowledge of computer science.
- The Microsoft .NET Framework and related technologies
- .NET history: the evolution of client/server architectures
- Overview of .NET: internal architecture, CLR, models and programming languages, ASP.NET, classes, security, etc.
- The various types of projects: their differences and uses
- Key terminology: ASP, MVC, XAML, WPF, WCF, WebAPI, SOAP, XML etc.
- The role of the main .NET servers (SQL Server, BizTalk, SharePoint) and other key products, both current and future
- The importance of XML technologies in the .NET architecture
- Developing systems based on Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Web Services
- Development based on reusable components
- Development tools and environments (Visual Studio and Team System)
- Comparison of the approaches used by J2EE, Sun, IBM and others
- Overview of the new features in the .NET Framework and its future
- Introduction to cloud computing
- Introduction to Windows Azure, Microsoft's Cloud Computing platform
- Overview of cloud services such as PaaS, SaaS, IaaS
Relevant. Presented a good vision of the .NET.
Christian B. / Analyste, Revenu Québec