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Bizsmart recognised itself as the leading .Net Training Institute in Bangalore. Our .Net Training Consultants or Trainers are bestly qualified and Experienced to impart best-quality .Net Training across Bangalore. Bizsmart is recognised pioneer in the field of IT/Non-IT Training in Bangalore. We are mainly focused on revolutionizing learning by making it interesting and motivating. we impart range of career oriented trainings for different segments like students, job seekers and professionals. Our team of qualified experts have designed our .Net Training course content and syllabus based on current requirements from the industry. This enables them to be an Industry-Ready Professional, capable of handling majority of the real-world cases. Bizsmart also offer tailor made .Net Training trainings for Corporates. Our .Net Training in Bangalore is scheduled basically at a time that best suits you, we offer regular training classes (day time classes), weekend training classes, and fast track training classes. Our .Net Training course fee is reasonable and tailor-made based on training requirement. Our team will make you confident & comfortable in cracking interviews. We also impart online training through which you can access our tutorial Anywhere, Anytime which is effective and cost-effective. We impart a adaptable interactive environment with dynamic content, e-Learning that not only effectively keeps people up-to-date, but interested as well.  Its a One Stop Shop for all IT and Non IT Training in Marathahalli, Bangalore.For more information and to schedule a free Demo on .Net Training, contact Bizsmart @ +91 98865 41264

.Net Training Course Content
OOPS Concepts

C# Basics

ADO.Net Programming

C# Advanced Programming

Assemblies

C# Generic Programming

Asp.Net

SQL Server

XML

Web Services Fundamentals

AJAX

Java Script

Microsoft Visio and Source Safe

Idea about new technologies (from .Net side)

OOPS Concepts

Classes and Objects

Encapsulation

Data Binding

Inheritance

Polymorphism

Message Passing

FaqsC# Programming
Fundamentals

C# and the .NET framework

 The .NET Framework

Common Language Runtime (CLR), CTS, JIT,CLS

What is MSIL

.NET Framework Class Library (FCL)

C# as an object-oriented language

Assemblies & Namespaces

Sn.exe, Delay signing, CodeDom, Ngen.exe

C# Language

The start of the application

Variables and types

Value types and reference types

Strings and arrays

Operators and their precedence

The Console class

String formatting

Statements and flows

Command-line arguments

Classes

Abstract Data Types

Objects and classes

Creating and using your own classes

Data members and member methods

Accessibility levels

Constructors

Method overloading

This keyword

More on classes

Properties

Class (static) variables & methods

Object destruction

‘ref’ and ‘out’ parameters

Variable length argument lists

Constant values

Enumerations

Inheritance and Polymorphism

The root of all classes

Creating derived classes

Method overriding and hiding

Polymorphism and virtual functions

Casting objects

Abstract classes

Sealed classes

More access specifiers

Namespaces and Nested Classes

Why using namespaces

Placing classes in a namespace

Nested namespaces

Aliases

Using assemblies

Nested classes

Implicit conversions and member lookup

Explicit conversions

Checked conversions

Interfaces

What is an interface?

Creating, implementing and using interfaces

Interfaces and properties

The ‘is’ and ‘as’ operators

Interfaces versus abstract classes

Cloning objects using the ICloneable interface

Comparing objects using the Equals method

Explicit interface implementation

Introduction to the .NET Framework Class Library

Framework namespaces

Basic framework functionality and interfaces

Array sorting and searching

Mathematics

Collections: ArrayList and Hashtable

Structs

User defined value types

Structs versus classes

Boxing and unboxing

Operator Overloading

What is operator overloading?

Overloading binary operators

Comparing objects using overloaded == and != operators

Overloading unary operators

Prefix and postfix operators

true and false operators

User defined conversions

Indexers

Guidelines

Exception Handling

What are exceptions

Exceptions in C#

Build-in exception classes and their members

Catching exceptions: try … catch

Finally

Nesting try blocks

Throwing exceptions

Creating your own exception classes

Chaining exceptions

Delegates and Events

Loose coupling using interfaces: Strategy pattern

Delegates: safe function pointers

Loose coupling using delegates: Strategy pattern

Multi-cast delegates

Events

Publisher-subscribe idiom

Define and raise events

Create event handler and subscribe

Model-view / observer pattern

Sparse events

Faqs

 

C# ADO.Net
Programming

The ADO.NET architecture and its components

Introduction to ADO.NET Components

Connected and disconnected environment

ADO.NET object model

Data sources, impartrs and connections

Commands and data readers

Data sets and data adaptors

Data tables, rows and columns

Constraints and relations

Data form wizard

Data Sources and .NET Data Providers

Data-centric applications

Connecting to a data source

SQL Server .NET data impartr

OLE-DB .NET data impartr

Connections and connection strings

SQL-Server integrated security

Connection pooling

ADO.NET exceptions

Accessing data in the connected environment

Commands

Creating and executing commands

Reading data using a data reader

Batch queries & single result queries

Parameterised queries (input & output parameters)

Adding, editing and deleting data

Stored procedures

Disconnected Data

Why using a disconnected enviroment?

DataSet and DataAdapter features

Filling data sets using data adapters

Read data using data tables, rows and columns

Batch queries and data sets

Table and column mappings

Visual Studio data tools

Editing data in data sets

Schema information

Adding, modifying and deleting rows

Working with null values

Merging changes back into the database

Rows states and column versions

Submitting updates using update, insert and delete commands

Using the command builder to generate commands

Concurrency

Pessimistic concurrency

Optimistic concurrency

Update strategies: Last in wins, all columns or timestamps

Detecting concurrency errors

Resolving update conflicts: Merge loose changes, merge keep
changes, undo changes and re-insert deleted row

Validation and Constraints

Column level constraints: Read only, allow null, max length
and unique constraints

Table level constraints: Foreign keys and unique values

Expression based columns

Auto increment columns and retrieving generated number

Submitting hierachical changes

Transactions

Connections and transactions

Beginning transactions

Commit transactions

Rollback transactions

Transactions with data adrapters and command builders

Relational Data

Join queries and separate queries

Relation data in data sets

Data relations

Navigating relations

Data relations and validations

Data relations and expressions

Data relations with Visual Studio

Sorting, Searching and Filtering

Searching in data sets

Find on primary keys

Searching on any column

Searching on row state

Wildcard searches

Sorting and filtering using data views

Searching in a data view

Strongly Typed DataSets

Advantages of strongly typed data sets

Creating strongly typed data sets

Creating XML schemas

Using strongly typed data sets

Adding rows

Working with null data

Hierarchical data

Strongly typed data sets in Visual Studio

Itroduction to XML Data

Reading and writing XML data to/from a data set

Nest relational data

Data as attributes or sub elements

XML namespaces and prefixes

Reading and writing XML schemas

XML data documents

XSLT transformations

Faqs

Asp.Net

IIS Role and its Configuration

Web Forms

Application Domains

Http Handling

Page Directive

Page Processing(Life Cycle, Events, Properties)

Coding Models

In-line Coding Model

Code-behind model

Partial Classes

Controls

Basic Server Controls

Html Controls

Complex Server Controls

Validation Controls

User Controls

Custom Controls

Data Binding in Asp.net

Master Pages

Client Side Scripting

State Management

Caching

Security

Deployment

Web.Config, Machine.Config, Global.asax

Personalization

Profiles

Web parts

Themes and Skins

Compilation, Debugging and Tracing

Faqs

SQL Server

DataBase Concepts

SQL Server Basics

Creating tables and constraints among them

Views

Writing Udfs

Writing SPs

Indexers

Transactions

Integrating SQL server from Front End.

Faqs

 

Web Service
Fundementals

Java Script

Variables and Data Types

Operators

Statements

Functions

Objects

Event Handlers

Conclusion

Faq

References

.Net Training Interview Questions and Answers

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.Net Training Duration in Bangalore
Regular Classes( Morning, Day time & Evening)

Duration : 30 Days

Weekend Training Classes( Saturday, Sunday & Holidays)

Duration : 8 Weeks

Fast Track Training Program( 5+ Hours Daily)

Duration : Within 10 days

.Net Training Trainer Profile
Our .Net Training Trainers in our Bizsmart

Has more than 8 Years of Experience.
Has worked on 3 realtime .Net Training projects
Is Working in a MNC company in Bangalore
Already trained 60+ Students so far.
Has strong Theoretical & Practical Knowledge

.Net Training Placements in Bangalore
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