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Understanding Visual Studio .NET Course

Understanding Visual Studio .NET Course

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Understanding Visual Studio .NET Course

1 Sessions -
2 Hours of Interactive Training

Visual Studio .NET is the primary tool used by .NET developers. It works with all programming languages in the .NET framework, it can be customized, and it is immediately accessible. LearnKey's Understanding Visual Studio .NET course is essential for anyone interested in programming. In this one session course, expert instructor J. Michael Palermo IV covers critical details, giving you the confidence to move quickly into coding your own applications. You?ll be able to start on complex applications right away!

Benefits
  • Gain technical mastery of programming basics and increase your IT credibility.
  • Your IT knowledge and proficiency will open doors and maximize earning potential
  • Move along at your own pace and gain new skills in a useful, productive manner.

About The Author
J. Michael Palermo IV is a Microsoft Regional Director and MVP specializing in practical application of XML in the .NET framework including ADO.NET, ASP.NET, Web Services, COM+, C#, VB.NET and Visual Studio.NET. Palermo has authored several developer titles and holds a number of IT certifications and titles including MCT, MSCE, MCDBA, MCSD, and endorsed MSF Practitioner.

Session 1

Section A: Introduction

  • Purpose of Visual Studio .NET
  • Start Page
  • Major Features
  • Layout

Section B: Solutions

  • What is a Solution?
  • Creating a Solution
  • Creating a New Project
  • Adding an Existing Project
  • Navigating Toolbar

Section C: Projects

  • What is a Project?
  • Project Templates
  • Adding Projects
  • Project Files
  • Using the Toolbox
  • Viewing Project Properties

Section D: Server Explorer

  • Resources
  • Adding a Server
  • Adding Data Connections
  • Stored Procedures

Section E: IDE Customization

  • Profile and Start Options
  • Toolbar and Command Options
  • Font/Color Options
  • Adding Line Numbers
  • Creating Macros

Section F: Integrated Walkthrough

  • Sample Solution
  • Sample Projects
  • Sample Web Form
  • Adding References
  • Building Sample Solution
  • Visual Studio .NET Benefits

Section G: Help Features

  • Combined Help Collection
  • Strategies for Using Help
  • Dynamic Help
  • F1 Key
  • Help on Demand
  • Index
  • Search
  • Outside Help Resources