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10975: Introduction to Programming | Microsoft Course 

In this 5-day course, understudies will take in the nuts and bolts of PC programming using Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 and either the Visual C# or Visual Basic programming dialects. The course accept no earlier programming knowledge and acquaints the ideas required with advance to the middle of the road courses on programming, for example, 20483B: Programming in C#. 

The emphasis will be on center programming ideas, for example, PC stockpiling, information sorts, choice structures, and reiteration by utilizing circles. The course likewise covers a prologue to protest situated programming covering classes, embodiment, legacy, and polymorphism. Scope is likewise included around special case taking care of, utilization security, execution, and memory administration. 

Audience Profile 

10975: Introduction to Programming | Microsoft course is planned for any individual who is new to programming improvement and needs, or needs, to pick up a comprehension of programming basics and question arranged programming ideas. They will regularly be secondary school understudies, post-optional school understudies, or profession changers, with no earlier programming background. They might need to pick up a comprehension of the center programming basics before proceeding onward to more propelled courses, for example, 20483B: Programming in C#. 

At Course Completion

  • Clarify center programming basics, for example, PC stockpiling and handling. 

  • Clarify PC number frameworks, for example, double. 

  • Make and utilize factors and constants in programs. 

  • Disclose how to make and utilize works in a program. 

  • Make and utilize choices structures in a PC program. 

  • Make and utilize redundancy (circles) in a PC program. 

  • Clarify pseudocode and its part in programming. 

  • Clarify the essential PC information structures, for example, clusters, records, stacks, and lines. 

  • Execute protest situated programming ideas. 

  • Make and utilize classes in a PC program. 

  • Execute embodiment, legacy, and polymorphism. 

  • Depict the base class library (BCL) in the .NET Framework. 

  • Clarify the application security ideas. 

  • Execute basic I/O in a PC program. 

  • Distinguish application mistakes and disclose how to troubleshoot an application and handle blunders. 

  • Distinguish the execution contemplations for applications. 

Module 1: Introduction to Core Programming Concepts 

  • PC Data Storage and Processing 
  • Application Types 
  • Application Life-Cycle 
  • Code Compilation 
  • Lab : Thinking Like a Computer 

Module 2: Core Programming Language Concepts 

  • Language structure 
  • Information Types 
  • Factors and Constants 
  • Lab : Working with Data Types 

Module 3: Program Flow 

  • Prologue to Structured Programming Concepts 
  • Prologue to Branching 
  • Utilizing Functions 
  • Utilizing Decision Structures 
  • Presenting Repetition 
  • Lab : Creating Functions, Decisions, and Looping 

Module 4: Algorithms and Data Structures 

  • See How to Write Pseudo Code 
  • Calculation Examples 
  • Prologue to Data Structures 
  • Lab : Working with Algorithms and Data Structures 

Module 5: Error Handling and Debugging 

  • Prologue to Program Errors 
  • Prologue to Structured Error Handling 
  • Prologue to Debugging in Visual Studio 
  • Lab : Implementing Debugging and Error Handling 

Module 6: Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming 

  • Prologue to Complex Structures 
  • Prologue to Structs 
  • Prologue to Classes 
  • Presenting Encapsulation 
  • Lab : Implementing Complex Data Structures 

Module 7: More Object-Oriented Programming 

  • Prologue to Inheritance 
  • Prologue to Polymorphism 
  • Prologue to the .NET Framework and the Base Class Library 
  • Lab : Implementing Inheritance 
  • Lab : Implementing Polymorphism 

Module 8: Introduction to Application Security 

  • Validation and Authorization 
  • Code Permissions on Computers 
  • Presenting Code Signing 

Module 9: Core I/O Programming 

  • Utilizing Console I/O 
  • Utilizing File I/O 
  • Lab : Core I/O Programming 

Module 10: Application Performance and Memory Management 

  • Esteem Types versus Reference Types 
  • Changing over Types 
  • The Garbage Collector 
  • Lab : Using Value Types and Reference Types

Before going to this course, understudies must have: 

  • Capacity to utilize PCs to begin projects, open and spare records, explore application menus and interfaces 
  • Capacity to comprehend legitimate ideas, for example, examinations 
  • Comprehend number hypothesis 
  • Capacity to make, comprehend, and take after organized headings or well ordered systems 
  • Capacity to comprehend and apply unique ideas to solid illustrations

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