On October 25, my next Fundamentals of the .NET Framework class will be starting up at UCSD Extensions in San Diego, Ca. It’s a fun and informative class for software engineers, managers, QA engineers or anyone interested in the .NET framework. Here is the description:
Visual Studio and the .NET Framework both provide tools that yield an overall increase in productivity for developers. Still, the avalanche of technologies today can seem overwhelming. The goal of this class is for students to learn about the various technologies available to .NET developers; to learn the value proposition of each; and to compare and contrast technologies where appropriate. We’ll cover language and platform trends; data access technologies; Windows and web development; middle-tier and service-oriented technologies; federated identity; and cloud computing. Students will leave this class with a well-rounded high-level understanding of the power of the .NET Framework, the architectural possibilities for solutions, and the appropriate place for each technology within those solutions.
For more info and to register, please go to (class if filling up fast):
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