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Design Patterns Using C#

Course

DESIGN PATTERNS USING C#

Category

Design PatternSoftware Training

Eligibility

Freshers and Career Changers

Mode

Regular Offline and Online Live Training

Batches

Week Days and Week Ends

Duration :

2 Months

Design Pattern Objectives

•How to secure Design Pattern services.
•What are the advantages of Design Pattern ?
•How to create an Design Pattern project from scratch.
•Learn how to structure a large-scale project using Design Pattern .
•Learn from the basic and core guide to Design Pattern
•Learn fundamentals of Design Pattern for Beginners: Practical and hands-on learning
•Students will learn the core concept of making Real Life Project
•An easy way to learn Design Pattern and start coding right away!
•Learn the fundamentals of the Design Pattern using both a theoretical and practical approach

design patterns using c# Training Highlights

•Post training offline support available
•25+ projects for good Learning experience
•Accessibility of adequate training resources
•Regular Brush-up Sessions of the previous classes
•Fast track and Sunday Batches available on request
•100% Guaranteed Placements Support in IT Companies with Big Salaries
•We provide one to one mentorship for the students and Working Professionals
•This Instructor-led classroom course is designed with an aim to build theoretical knowledge supplemented by ample hands-on lab exercises

Who are eligible for Design Pattern

•Automative design eng, Chasis Brakes, UGNX, Electrical, UI, Mobile Testing, .NET Lead, Cognos Developer, Java j2ee, Core Java, Automation Testing
•It Software, .net c# asp.net, Java Developer, technical support engineer, Automation Testing, Software Engineer, java, Basis, Sap Basis, Netweaver, Solution
•Java, Core Java, J2ee, Ui, Java Fullstack, Front End, Angularjs, Angular, React.js, Java Senior Developers, Java Developers, Java Lead, Ui Lead, Ui Developers
•OBIEE, Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle Database, Oracle apps DBA, Oracle core DBA, Apex Developer, Java/J2EE developer, Data Architect, Orcale Fusion
•Spring, Hibernate, Java, Dot Net, Dotnet MVC, Android, iOS, Dot net developer, Android Developer, Manual Testing, Embedded, Telecom

DESIGN PATTERNS USING C#

The best way to learn design pattern is by doing a project. If you learn something with a project you learn quickly and you learn to the point. So in this training series we have started with 10 labs which completes a customer data entry screen and implements some important patterns like Factory , Repository , Unit of work , Decorator , Iterator , Mediator and so on. One of the shortcomings of learning with a project is you can not implement all design patterns in one project. So to cover them i have also created individual videos for each design pattern. These specific videos goes more in-depth in to those individual design pattern videos. In this syllabus i have also stressed on architectural concepts like DI , IOC , SOLID principles , Micro services architecture and so on. Below is a the full syllabus of this course :- Lab 1: – Project kick start with requirement , planning and initial coding(Factory pattern,Lazy Pattern and RIP Pattern). Lab 2: – Unity, Strategy, IOC, SRP and SOC. Lab 3: – Template pattern and Repository pattern with ADO.NET. Lab 4: – Adapter Pattern and Repository with EF Lab 5: – UOW(Unit of Work) Lab 6: – Decorator Pattern Lab 7: – Iterator Pattern Lab 8: – Prototype and Memento Pattern Lab 9: – Implementing complex object creation using Factory Method Lab 10: – Implementing NULL design pattern and Mediator pattern. Explain SOLID? Factory pattern and Abstract Factory Pattern Builder Pattern Prototype Pattern Singleton Pattern Adapter Pattern Bridge Pattern Composite Pattern Decorator Pattern Facade Pattern Flyweight Pattern Proxy Pattern Mediator Pattern Memento Pattern Interpreter Pattern Iterator Pattern COR Pattern Command Pattern State Pattern Strategy Pattern Observer Pattern Template Pattern Visitor Pattern Explain IOC(Inversion of Control)? Dependency Injection Fluent interface and method chaining Lazy Loading Explain RIP(Replace IF with Polymorphism) Pattern? Immutable object design pattern Explain Null Design Pattern and its usage. What is Microservices Architecture? Happy learning.

Eligiblity for Certification :


C# developers,Senior developers