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Certstaffix® Training offers Microsoft Dot Net training classes in several training course formats. For most Microsoft Dot Net courses, we offer either online training for individuals or onsite or online training for corporate groups. Browse our offerings below to learn more about our Microsoft Dot Net learning options available for individuals or corporate teams.
Self-Paced Microsoft .NET eLearning courses cost $350 at the starting point per student. Group purchase discounts are available.
A: Developers have a number of tools and frameworks from which to choose when completing their tasks. They often use popular options like ASP.NET, ASP.NET Core, .NET, and .NET Core. While they sound similar, they offer different benefits and restrictions in their use. ASP.NET, for example, is used to build Web pages and apps, while ASP.NET Core can be used across platforms and has cloud capabilities. Similarly, .NET is a traditional framework developed by Microsoft, and .NET Core is a general-purpose, cross-platform tool used to create modern apps.
A: Given that ASP.NET Core is considered to be the new and improved version of ASP.NET, the two frameworks share many similarities. When developers are deciding between the two, however, they tend to focus on their important differences. While ASP.NET was developed to work on Windows and with .NET, ASP.NET Core can work on different platforms, including macOS and Linux. Additionally, ASP.NET Core's third iteration can function with .NET Core. Generally, ASP.NET Core's modular architecture, organization, and structure give developers the ability to work quickly and with more efficiency.
A: When professionals refer to .NET, they're usually talking about the framework used to create software, services, and applications. Since the term can be used interchangeably with several development tools, it can also be used to describe the whole platform, its associated frameworks, upgrades, or offshoots, like ASP.NET. To understand the basics of .NET, first, determine which parts of it are being referred to and how you want to implement it in a professional setting. Online videos, tutorials, and courses can teach students about .NET, but nothing can beat taking classes taught by a live instructor.
A: Though seemingly similar due to their relationship, .NET and C# are different technological tools that are used for specific purposes. Both were created by Microsoft, but .NET is a framework and C# is a programming language initially developed to work within .NET. C# and .NET can be used to write and execute applications, software, and services for both corporate and small businesses. Other commonalities include their classifications as being open source, versatile, cross-platform, and relatively easy to use. To learn all of the differences and similarities between these two tools, students are encouraged to sign up for instructor-led courses.
A: There are a few different ways that you can learn .NET programming. One way is to find online resources and tutorials that can teach you the basics of the language. Another way is to take training classes from a company like Certstaffix Training. These classes will give you more in-depth instruction and allow you to ask questions and get feedback from a professional instructor. Whichever method you choose, make sure that you put in the time and effort to learn the language so that you can be successful in your career as a .NET programmer.
A: .NET is a popular programming framework that provides developers with the tools they need to create applications for the web, desktop, and mobile devices. While it can be complex at times, .NET is generally considered to be easy to learn compared to other frameworks and languages. With its wide range of features and functionality, .NET is ideal for those who want to build sophisticated applications. In addition, the vast amount of online resources and support available make learning .NET a breeze. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced programmer, you'll find that .NET is an excellent choice for your next project.
A: Yes, .NET does require coding. However, the great thing about .NET is that it allows developers to use a variety of programming languages, including C#, Visual Basic, and F#. This means that developers can choose the language that best suits their needs and abilities. In addition, .NET provides a number of tools and frameworks that make development easier and more efficient. As a result, developers can focus on creating great software rather than struggling with low-level details.
A: Certstaffix Training offers online and group onsite training classes. So, what are the top Microsoft .NET skills?
.NET is a popular programming framework created by Microsoft. It enables developers to create robust, scalable applications quickly and easily.
There are many different skills that are useful for working with .NET, but here are some of the most important ones:
1. C# or Visual Basic Programming – C# is the most popular language for working with .NET, but Visual Basic is also widely used. Either way, you’ll need to know how to program in one of these languages in order to work with .NET.
2. ASP.NET – This is the most popular web development framework for .NET. If you want to create websites or web applications using .NET, then you’ll need to know how to use ASP.NET.
3. ADO.NET – This is the data access technology for .NET. If you need to work with databases in your .NET applications, then you’ll need to know how to use ADO.NET.
4. XML – XML is used extensively in .NET applications, so it’s important to have at least a basic understanding of it.
5. Visual Studio – Visual Studio is the most popular IDE (integrated development environment) for working with .NET. If you want to be able to develop .NET applications quickly and easily, then you’ll need to know how to use Visual Studio.
These are just some of the most important skills that you’ll need if you want to work with .NET. If you’re interested in learning more about .NET, then be sure to check out Certstaffix Training’s online and group onsite training classes. We can help you get up to speed quickly so that you can start developing great .NET applications.
When individuals need to learn Microsoft Dot Net, Certstaffix Training provides online classes in two formats: 1) Live Online or 2) Self-paced eLearning.
Our live online Microsoft Dot Net training classes are held on set schedules and taught by real live instructors. You can view live online class schedules by viewing each course outline. These are fully interactive classes that students attend in a virtual Zoom classroom. You can ask questions just like in a physical classroom. There are break times throughout the day. Most classes also involve hands-on exercises in an online lab environment we provide during class (may require trial or own login).
Our Microsoft Dot Net eLearning courses are self-paced - you attend when it is convenient for you in a web browser. Video lectures teach you and you can start, stop & replay as much as you like during your 6-month subscription length. Certain eLearning classes (as indicated on each eLearning course outline) also include a virtual computer where you can practice with the software you are learning (may require trial or own login). Microsoft Dot Net eLearning is a good solution for independent learners or people with limited schedules.
When you need Microsoft Dot Net onsite training for a corporate group, we can send an instructor to your office or hold online private classes. Microsoft Dot Net onsite training classes allow face-to-face in-person instruction by sending an instructor to your office. You can also schedule a private live online training for your group that allows for a class for just your employees. Get a quote today online or give us a call at 888-330-6890.