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Programming in Microsoft C# - Exam 70-483 Training Video

  • Duration: 8.25 hours - 101 tutorial videos
  • Date Released: 2015-03-19
  • Works on: Windows PC or Mac
  • Format: DVD and Download
  • Instructor: Mark Long

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In this project-based Programming in Microsoft C# - Exam 70-483 video tutorial series, you'll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications.

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In this Programming in Microsoft C# - Exam 70-483 training course, expert author Mark Long will teach you the fundamental aspects of C#, and help you prepare for Microsoft's 70-483 certification exam. This course is designed for the absolute beginner, meaning no experience with C# is required.

You will start by learning about the Visual Studio setup, then jump into learning the C# basics, such as classes, objects, C# types, and value and reference types. From there, Mark will teach you how to work with C# types, such as how to use properties and fields, access modifiers, and understand and use constructors. This video tutorial also covers how to implement class hierarchies, understand delegates and events, and garbage collection basics. Finally, you will learn about asynchronous programming and data security, such as how to encrypt user files and hash data.

Once you have completed this computer based training course, you will have gained a solid understanding of the fundamental aspects of C#, as well as be able to complete the 70-483 certification exam.

Course Outline

01. Introduction What To Expect From This Course About The Author Course Overview MCSD Certification Options 0105 How To Access Your Working Files 02. Setup Visual Studio Getting Visual Studio Community Edition Installing Visual Studio Visual Studio Basics Demo Examples Visual Studio Features Code Regions Visual Studio Settings 03. C# Basics 0301 Why C#? 0302 Characteristics Of C# 0303 Object Oriented Programming - Part 1 0304 Object Oriented Programming - Part 2 0305 Understanding Classes 0306 Understanding Objects 0307 Classes And Objects Example - Part 1 0308 Classes And Objects Example - Part 2 0309 C# Types 0310 Value And Reference Types 0311 Using Collections And Arrays - Part 1 0312 Using Collections And Arrays - Part 2 0313 Exception Handling 0314 Exceptions Example 0315 StringBuilder - Part 1 0316 StringBuilder - Part 2 0317 StringWriter And StringReader - Part 1 0318 StringWriter And StringReader - Part 2 04. Working With C# Types 0401 Properties And Fields 0402 Using Properties And Fields - Part 1 0403 Using Properties And Fields - Part 2 0404 Methods: Public/Private And More 0405 Access Modifiers 0406 Named And Optional Arguments 0407 Understanding Constructors 0408 Using A Constructor 0409 Understanding Static 0410 Understanding Structs 0411 Struct Example 0412 Generic Types - Part 1 0413 Generic Types - Part 2 0414 Casting And Converting - Part 1 0415 Casting And Converting - Part 2 0416 Casting And Converting - Part 3 0417 Boxing And Unboxing 0418 Indexers - Part 1 0419 Indexers - Part 2 05. Implementing Class Hierarchies 0501 The Magic Of Inheritance - Part 1 0502 The Magic Of Inheritance - Part 2 0503 Using Inheritance 0504 Inheritance Example - Part 1 0505 Inheritance Example - Part 2 0506 Understanding Overloading 0507 Overloading Example 0508 Overriding Methods 0509 Override Example 0510 Extension Methods 0511 Understanding Interfaces 0512 Creating An Interface - Part 1 0513 Creating An Interface - Part 2 0514 Explicit Interface Implementation - Part 1 0515 Explicit Interface Implementation - Part 2 0516 IEnumerable 0517 Implementing IEnumerable - Part 1 0518 Implementing IEnumerable - Part 2 0519 Implementing IEnumerable - Part 3 06. Understanding Delegates 0601 What Is A Delegate? 0602 Creating A Delegate - Part 1 0603 Creating A Delegate - Part 2 0604 Multicast Delegates - Part 1 0605 Multicast Delegates - Part 2 07. Understanding Events 0701 What Is An Event? 0702 Basic Event Example - Part 1 0703 Basic Event Example - Part 2 0704 Using EventHandler 0705 Using EventArgs - Part 1 0706 Using EventArgs - Part 2 08. Garbage Collection 0801 Garbage Collection Basics 0802 Understanding Dispose 0803 Understanding Finalizers 0804 Understanding IDisposable 0805 Implementing IDisposable 09. Asynchronous Programming 0901 Understanding Multithreading 0902 Creating A Thread 0903 Managing A Thread 0904 ThreadPool - Part 1 0905 ThreadPool - Part 2 0906 Async And Await 0907 Async And Await Example - Part 1 0908 Async And Await Example - Part 2 10. Data Security 1001 Basics Of Assemblies 1002 GAC Basics 1003 Encrypting User Files - Part 1 1004 Encrypting User Files - Part 2 1005 Hashing 1006 Hashing Data - Part 1 1007 Hashing Data - Part 2 11. Conclusion 1101 Wrap Up