Choosing a Web Tech .NET Course That's Right for You...
If you're brand new to Visual Studio and VB.NET or C#.NET, your starting point should be a language specific introduction to the .NET framework and Visual Studio. Our C# introductory course is C# Programming and our VB.NET introductory course is VB.NET programming. These will introduce you to the Visual Studio IDE, the language, and the .NET framework.
If you are interested in the Object Oriented Programming features in .NET - the new OOP in C# and OOP in VB courses will get you up to speed. There are 3 day versions for more experienced developers and 5 day version for those for whom C# or VB.NET are their first object oriented language.
Once you're comfortable with the language and IDE, or you're an experienced developer and feel you can pick the language up as you go along, then we have different courses for Windows developers and ASP developers. If Visual Basic is your language, then the Windows developers course is Visual Basic 2005 for Windows and the ASP course is Visual Basic 2005 for ASP. If C# is your language, the Windows course is C# 2005 for Windows, and the ASP course is C# 2005 for ASP. These are the first level courses for each technology and should be your starting point. Once you're past the basics and are interested in more advanced Windows topics, our second level C# course is C#.NET for Windows Part II, and our second level Visual basic course is Visual Basic for Windows Part II.
Most developers starting with .NET find database access with ADO the most challenging part. Although our introductory courses cover the basics of ADO.NET, if you want in depth coverage of ADO.NET 2.0 in Visual Studio 2005 our 4 days intensive course will get you up to speed. For C# developers ADO.NET with C#, for Visual Basic Developers ADO.NET with Visual Basic.
If you need to learn XML, and you are new to the topic our 5 day XML, XSLT and XML Web Services course will introduce you to the technology. If you are comfortable with XML and its associated technologies and you want to learn how to process it with code in Visual Studio then our 3 day XML Developers Course will cover all you need.
If you're a Delphi developer looking to move to C#, our C# .NET for Delphi Developers is what you need. Building on your Delphi experience, this course covers a lot more ground than the C# part one course as it builds upon your Delphi knowledge.
If you plan on using Delphi 2005, then you need to know Delphi already, and our Delphi 2005 Upgrade, and ASP.Net course will get you started. If you plan on using Delphi 2005, and you don't know Delphi already, then you need to start with our Delphi Part 1 - Fundamentals course, then proceed with the Delphi 2005 update, and ASP.Net course.
If you're interested in a combination of topics, and have two or more developers, a closed, customized course may be the best thing for you. It's cost effective, we can run the course at your site or ours, and you can mix and match topics from any of our courses, and combine it with an element of consultancy. Please call (01452) 814 303 to speak to a course coordinator.