Applied .NET Frameworks
Paul Oka, Mike Woodring
Tue Jan 10, Wed Jan 11, Thu Jan 12, 10am-05:00pm, 56-114
Enrollment limited: advance sign up required (see contact below)
Signup by: 06-Jan-2006
Limited to 25 participants.
Participants requested to attend all sessions (non-series)
Prereq: C++ or Java programming experience
Developers familiar with the basics of the CLR's type systems will learn .NET Framework's core services: Win32 & COM interop, assembly versioning & application deployment, code access security, exception handling, & multithreading, plus I/O & distributed application development techniques. Surrounding the core features of the CLR's type system is a powerful execution engine controlling memory management, security policy enforcement, component versioning, multithreading, and a host of other application services. Understanding these services and how they influence program execution is important. Graphical desktop applications, browser-based web applications & XML web services are all built on the CLR foundation. Lectures and hands-on labs. Bring laptops; software provided.
Cosponsored by iCampus, MIT-Microsoft Alliance.
Contact: Selene Victor, email@example.com
Sponsor: Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Latest update: 17-Nov-2005