Microsoft/Customized Training on Design Patterns Using .NET


Customized Training on Design Patterns Using .NET Certification Training Course Overview

If you want to become a developer who can solve real-world software development problems and gain the skills to design and code using global best practices, then this course from Koenig is perfect for you. This comprehensive and interactive Design Patterns in .Net training will teach you best practices to design enterprise applications, use design pattern effectively to solve common architecture problems and develop code that is maintainable, scalable, robust and reusable.

Target Audience for this Course?

  • Beginner or Experienced Developers
  • Anyone Interested in Design Patterns

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Customized Training on Design Patterns Using .NET Course schedule & Prices

Schedule & Prices
Course Details Schedule
Live Virtual Classroom (Instructor-Led)
Duration : 5 Days (10 Days for 4 Hours/Day)
Fee : On Request



July
8 Hours/Day
12-16
13-17
20-24
12-23
13-24
20-31
August
8 Hours/Day
03-07
09-13
10-14
17-21
03-14
09-20
10-21
17-28
September
8 Hours/Day
07-11
13-17
14-18
21-25
07-18
13-24
14-25
21-02
October
8 Hours/Day
05-09
05-16
Fly-Me-a-Trainer
Duration :
Client's Location
As per mutual convenience
Classroom Training (Available: London, Dubai, India, Sydney, Vancouver)
Duration : On Request
Fee : On Request
On Request

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Course Prerequisites

  • Understanding of C#
  • Familiarity with latest C# features
  • Understanding of object-oriented design principles


Upon Completion of this Course, you will accomplish the following:

  • Introduction to OO Design Thinking
  • Creational Pattern with hands-on exercise
  • Structural Pattern with hands-on exercise
  • Behavioural Pattern with hands-on exercise
  • Classification of different types of design patterns
  • Other design patterns and principles (SOLID, GRASP)
  • Strive for loosely coupled design between objects that interact
  • Favor Composition over inheritance
  • Program to interface not implementation