.NET 6.0

.NET 6.0 is Microsoft’s cross platform, open-source implementation of .NET. It represents the successor to .NET Core, and the unification with the Windows-only .NET Framework. Like .NET Core, .NET 6.0 can run on Windows, Linux, and Mac operating systems, and on a variety of different devices. Similarly, ASP.NET Core 6.0 represents the current and future…

Mastering the .NET Framework

The .NET Framework is the quickest and best way to develop any application running on everything from a phone, to WinRT, to Servers, to Azure. Every developer needs to have a rock-solid understanding of .NET to ensure they avoid pitfalls and issues when code runs in production. Learn more.

Modernizing Applications by Migrating to Azure | 1-Day Workshop

In the early days of cloud computing, the “cloud” was mostly a place to park data and spin up virtual machines. Today it is much more. In addition to providing access to traditional storage and compute resources on Linux as well as Windows, Microsoft Azure includes extensive infrastructure options, rich management and analytical tools, and…

Build Business Web Applications with Blazor WebAssembly

Blazor is a hot new .NET Core web technology for hosting server-side or client-side applications. In this course, the client-side version of Blazor, known as Blazor WebAssembly, will be covered. Explore how to create rich client-side applications with strongly typed C# which is cross-platform and runs on the client. Reduce your dependence on complicated, hard…

Getting Started with Blazor WebAssembly

Blazor is a hot new .NET Core web technology for hosting server-side or client-side applications. In this course, the client-side version of Blazor, known as Blazor WebAssembly, will be covered. Explore how to create rich client-side applications with strongly typed C# which is cross-platform and runs on the client. Reduce your dependence on complicated, hard…

.NET 5.0

This .NET 5.0 training course introduces developers who are already familiar with .NET and web development to the new features introduced in .NET 5.0, Microsoft’s cross-platform, open-source implementation of .NET. It represents the successor to .NET Core and the unification with the Windows-only .NET Framework. Like .NET Core., NET 5.0 can run on Windows, Linux,…

ASP.NET Core Development with Docker

This ASP.NET Core with Docker training course provides students the knowledge and skills to move new or existing ASP.NET Core applications to a Docker-based infrastructure.

Migrating from .NET Framework to .NET Core

.NET Core is Microsoft’s latest cross platform, open source implementation of .NET. It can run on Windows, Linux, and Mac operating systems, and on a variety of different devices. Similarly, ASP.NET Core, originally referred to as ASP.NET 5, represents the current and future platform for web applications in .NET, and provides cross platform support with flexible hosting options.

Identity and Access Control for Modern Web Applications

Modern application design has changed quite a bit in recent years. “Mobile-first” and “cloud-ready” are the types of applications you are expected to develop. Additionally, Microsoft has revamped their web stack with OWIN, Katana, and ASP.NET Core to keep pace with these architectural demands.

ASP.NET Core Development

This ASP.NET Core Development course introduces attendees to this new platform and teaches attendees the skills necessary to design and build well-architected web and service-oriented applications that follow the MVC design pattern. Bring this course onsite to your business.

Developing Secure .NET Web Applications

Security experts agree that the least effective approach to security is "penetrate and patch". It is far more effective to "bake" security into an application throughout its lifecycle. Learn how the experts build security into their applications by walking through the entire development lifecycle of an application from a security perspective.