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Kurs 73243 - Microsoft Visual Basic .NET-Windows Development Pt 3: Programming - Online

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Informationen über Kurs 73243 - Microsoft Visual Basic .NET-Windows Development Pt 3: Programming - Online

  • Ziele
    - To distinguish between Component Object Model (COM) and .NET. - To sequence the steps in the invocation process of Component Object Model (COM) components from .NET. - To identify functions of the runtime-callable wrapper (RCW). - To identify benefits of asynchronous programming. - To identify differences between synchronous and asynchronous programming. - To identify support features of asynchronous programming in the .NET Framework.
  • Anforderungen
    Participants in this course possibly work on a team in a medium or large development environment that uses Microsoft Visual Studio .NET, Enterprise Developer Edition. Typical job roles include System Administrator, Database Administrator, Application Developer, System Analyst, or Software Engineer. This course requires experience in programming and developing of Visual Basic applications. It is presumed that the student has completed the Microsoft MSDN Training Course 2559A, Introduction to Visual Basic .NET Programming or Equivalent.
  • Titel
    Kurs 73243 - Microsoft Visual Basic .NET-Windows Development Pt 3: Programming
  • Inhalt
    Deployment Options

    Self-Study

    Objectives

    Unit 1: Interoperating and Migrating COM Objects - 4 hours

    - Distinguish between Component Object Model (COM) and .NET.
    - Sequence the steps in the invocation process of Component Object Model (COM) components from .NET.
    - Identify functions of the runtime-callable wrapper (RCW).
    - Identify features of Interop Assemblies.
    - Match interop assembly types with their features.
    - Sequence the steps performed by platform invoke in the invocation of platform services.
    - Match parameters of the Declare statement with their descriptions.
    - Match DllImport attribute parameters with their descriptions.
    - Identify advantages of upgrading to VB.NET.
    - Identify changes that occur when upgrading from a VB 6.0 application to VB.NET.
    - Identify characteristics of the Migration Wizard.

    Unit2: Asynchronous Programming//Identify benefits of asynchronous programming - 4 hours

    - Identify differences between synchronous and asynchronous programming.//Identify support features of asynchronous programming in the .NET Framework.
    - Identify features of the asynchronous programming design pattern.
    - Sequence the steps to make an asynchronous call by using a callback as the completion technique.
    - Identify the code used to initiate an asynchronous call to a class that contains built-in asynchronous support.
    - Identify the code used to receive completion notification and results of an asynchronous call.
    - Identify the code used to return control to the main thread and update the user interface.
    - Sequence the code to make an asynchronous call to an XML Web service.
    - Sequence the steps to make an asynchronous call to a method.
    - Identify the code used to create an asynchronous delegate.
    - Identify the code used to initiate an asynchronous call.
    - Identify the code used to complete an asynchronous call.
    - Identify ways of protecting data in a multi-threaded environment.
    - Identify features of the .NET remoting architecture.
    - Identify features of debugging.
    - Identify the code used in VB.NET error handling.
    - Identify testing phases and strategies to test a program.

    Course Access

    Each student has access to the course for a period of 6 months from the day of enrollment in the course.

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