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.NET for Managers and Project Leads

 
 

NOTE: This 1-day class covers ALL the key .NET topics from a Manager's point of view and includes takeaway, guided hands-on exercises. This class focuses attention on the special problems and pitfalls you face when managing complex .NET development and highly skilled OOP development teams. This course presents technical content in an easy-to-understand, high-level, quick-paced, manager-level format. The course delivers the key takeaways that Managers need to handle .NET development teams.

Students LOVE this class !! Here is a sample Student Testimonial:
....as a non-technical director leading a technical web services function for a large company, this material was exactly what I was looking for. I received a GREAT overview of the technology and best practices for applying it in real world design and architecture situations.- student Rebecca Gonzalez (full list of references provided upon request)

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About the Instructor: Dan Mezick holds software patents and has written two books on Microsoft development tools, both published by McGraw-Hill. He has personally taught over 45,000 software developers since 1993. Dan is a member of the Project Management Institute, the Agile Alliance, and the Scrum Alliance. He is a Certified Scrum Master and the leader of the Agile Project Leaders Network chapters in Boston (Agile Boston) and Hartford. (Agile CT). His articles on software development have appeared in COMPUTERWORLD, INFOWORLD and BYTE Magazine.

 

Course Name: .NET for Managers and Project Leads

Who Should Attend: Managers and project sponsors who need to KEEP DEVELOPERS HONEST about technologies and timelines. Developers new the .NET development environment can also strongly benefit from attending this fast-paced, 1-day seminar.

This class is appropriate for business application sponsors, project leads, and other IT professionals whose role is at the intersection of information technology and business. This course is aimed at IT professionals, including developers, who need to demystify the .NET technologies used to build complex business applications. If you come in with some programming experience, you exit this class speaking the language of .NET development fluently.

The takeaways include 60 days of true technical support, code samples, exercises, presentation slides and an extensive printed Glossary in the ring-bound Resource Package.

Brief Course Description: This course provides THE comprehensive overview of the entire .NET development space for managers and project leads. .NET for Managers drills down into specific issues of specific interest to Project Leads, .NET Managers and project sponsors involved in the leadership of new .NET projects. You exit this class prepared to keep your programmers honest and on task with .NET development. The course is designed for IT pros who are managing software development and are new to the .NET environment. This is THE class for those who must GET GOING NOW managing those ASP.NET, C#.NET and VB.NET projects.

Duration: 1 Day

Format: Instructor-led, Seminar

Prerequisites: A strong understanding of computer programming is absolutely required. The ideal student has strong experience programming-- and now operates as a CIO, IT Manager, Project Manager or Project Lead who is responsible for programmers and programming projects. This seminar is designed to be used as a jump-start for.NET managers, .NET project leads and sponsors who are new to the .NET development space. This course can also provide a quick entry point for pro developers who are new to the technology.

 

Course Materials: Printed NewTech course materials in ringbound binder. Also included is 60 days of true technical support for each student. Each student has access to the instructor for 60 days following class attendance.

What's Included:

  • SIXTY days of real tech support for each student AFTER the class
  • Printed slides and code samples
  • Our complete .NET Glossary of Terms...a key resource when discussing, meeting about, and and planning .NET projects.
  • The essential C#.NET vs. VB.NET differences—detailed-- side-by-side
  • Printed Interview Questions and Answers for Candidate ASP.NET, C#.NET and VB.NET Developers
  • Printed Interview Questions and Answers for Candidate .NET Managers and Project Leads
  • Printed List of useful books and web resources for .NET Managers
  • Our comprehensive collection of diagrams of must-know .NET concepts and facilities
  • White papers detailing several specific .NET topics.... that IT managers MUST understand
  • SIXTY days of real tech support for each student AFTER the class
Course Description Summary: This course addresses the perils and pitfalls of managing OOP-centric software development teams using the .NET platform and VS2005 with C#.NET and VB.NET. This course is about all managing software development and teams that are using the .NET Platform. As such, this course is for IT professionals that are not currently day-to-day coders, such as Project Sponsors, IT Managers, Project Managers, etc. You exit this class with strong best-practice knowledge and understanding of .NET software development. You exit this class with real fluency in the concepts and facilities of object-oriented development using ASP.NET, C#.NET and VB.NET.

This course is always presented using the latest version of .NET and Visual Studio. You exit this class prepared to keep your programmers honest and on task with .NET development. You also exit this course with a ton of useful resources and tools designed to help you stay current with all the key issues involved in .NET software project management.

This is an in-depth and comprehensive overview of the .NET platform technologies, including all the important major topics: .NET Framework, CLR, IL, the C#.NET and VB.NET languages, ASP.NET, ADO 2.0 data access, authentication, security, and Web Services. There is a lot of theory presented—and a lot of code. This seminar presents the most important aspects of the platform, punctuated with frequent code demos followed by extensive and detailed Q&A. This seminar ends each topic with a discussion of best practices.

We cover the functional blocks in the development "stack" and explain solid architectural approaches, common pitfalls, the things to watch out for-- and all of the terminology. You exit this course with .NET technology demystified. You exit this seminar ready to speak fluently about .NET up and down your organization. You exit prepared to make intelligent and informed architecture and platform choices. Most of all, you exit prepared to keep your programmers honest and on task with object-oriented .NET development.

 

Issues Raised and Questions Answered by this Course:

  • What does the MSIL and the .NET Assembly architecture mean for .NET project leaders and .NET managers?
  • What does the underlying object-oriented .NET Framework architecture means for .NET project leaders and managers?
  • How rare is truly excellent object-oriented .NET programming talent-- and what does this mean for .NET project leaders and managers?
  • Which.NET programming languages is the right choice for your company? What are the tradeoffs?.
  • What does the emerging Agile processes model means to .NET managers? Why is it gaining traction. Why does it work?
  • What OOP design issues and the popularity of UML means for .NET project managers.
  • What the ADO Data Provider Model means for .NET project managers and development teams.
  • What the ASP.NET declarative, server-side architecture means for .NET managers.
  • What is the proper role for SOA and Web Services in your organization?

About the Instructor: Dan Mezick holds software patents and has written two books on software development from McGraw-Hill. He has taught over 35,000 software developers since 1993. Dan is a Certified ScrumMaster, a member of the Agile Alliance, and the leader of the Hartford Chapter of the Agile Project Leaders Network. His articles on software development have appeared in COMPUTERWORLD, INFOWORLD and BYTE Magazine.

The .NET for Managers Outline

NOTE: This course presents technical content in an easy-to-understand, high-level, quick-paced, manager-level format. The course delivers the key takeaways that Managers need to handle .NET development teams. This is the perfect class for Managers that need to GET GOING NOW with .NET project management.

.NET for Managers: A Structural Overview of .NET Enterprise Application Development. Getting The Big Picture
Understanding the "very big picture" is essential for the .NET Manager. Why the overall .NET platform looks a lot like Java.

  • The .NET IDE (integrated development environment) is the best in the world.
  • Why Java programmers take to .NET like a duck to water. Why VB6 developers usually don't !
  • Common Language Runtime (CLR) with Just in Time (JIT) Compilation.
  • Intermediate Language (MSIL).
  • Other CLR Features. Type safety. Memory management.
  • Assemblies. Manifests and Metadata. The Global Assembly Cache (GAC)
  • Overview of the fundamental unit of .NET security, deployment and program scope.
  • Object Oriented Languages. VB.NET and C#.NET. Other .NET languages.
  • Developing Internet Applications: ASP.NET
  • The Summary for .NET Project Leads :
    • What MSIL and the Assembly architecture means for project leaders and managers.
    • Management Problems and Solutions
    • Best Practices in managing the Assembly: testing & the daily build.

    .NET for Managers: Issues in the specific Architectural Structure of .NET Applications
    The .NET platform makes it very easy to create a demo. Building a robust scalable app is another matter entirely. For this, you need expert developers who are highly skilled in the use of the tools.

  • .NET Platform Technologies Overview: One runtime, one common type system, many languages.
  • Using the Visual Studio Integrated Development Environment (IDE) Design tools.
  • Class View, Class Diagrammer
  • Generating XML Documentation
  • Summary of available .NET project types
  • Understanding the .NET Framework Base Class Libraries
  • Understanding .NET Namespaces
  • Object Oriented Design Overview. The Fragile Base Class Problem
  • Architecting Multi-tiered Applications
  • Design Patterns Overview. 3-Tier and N-Tiered approaches. Design Patterns.
  • Accessing Data: the Data Provider Model. Binding to Data.
  • Using ADO 2.0. Advanced ADO 2.0 Approaches
  • Understanding ASP.NET Web Development. The Post-back architecture.
  • Maintaining application state. Cross page posting.
  • Deployment overview: XCOPY deployment
  • Summary for .NET Managers :
    • What the underlying object-oriented .NET Framework architecture means to .NET project leaders and managers
    • Management Problems and Solutions
    • Best practices in architecting .NET applications

    .NET for Managers: Issues in .NET Object Orientation
    Object-Oriented programming is not difficult to understand, but it is very difficult to master. And manage. Getting the design right is essential !!

  • Class and Object Concepts and Facilities: OOP Demystified.
  • Understanding Value Types and Object (reference) types in .NET
  • Understanding System.Object and System.ValueType
  • Understanding the 'object instance of a class'. Class constructors. The default constructor.
  • Understanding .NET Inheritance
  • Understanding how classes are inheritable and instanceable by default
  • Understanding when a design needs a class that is MUST be inherited
  • Understanding when a design needs a class that CANNOT be inherited
  • Understanding .NET Interfaces (Implements keyword in VB.NET)
  • Understanding polymorphism in 2 flavors: inheritance polymorphism and interface polymorphism
  • Understanding Methods: Overrideable & Virtual, Abstract, Overloaded, Static
  • Terminology Summary. Implementing Design.
  • How to recognize good and bad design.
  • Why developers need to be involved early and often-- in the design.
  • Summary for .NET Project Leads :
    • What the underlying object-oriented .NET programming model means to .NET project leaders and managers
    • Management Problems and Solutions
    • Best Practices in managing OOP projects and OOP development teams

     

    Student testimonial:
    .....I needed to understand the evolution of the technology and how today's programmers utilize .Net, C+ and Visual Studio to solve problems. I really appreciated the instructor's ability to put the content on my level and provide real life illustrations.
    - student Rebecca Gonzalez (full reference list provided upon request)

    Attend in New York City, on Wednesday 10/29/2008
    (...just 2 Blocks from Grand Central Station.)
    SEATING IS LIMITED- Register Now:

    (NOTE: You can bring this course to YOU! Contact us to schedule your custom ONSITE class.)



    NET for Managers: Issues in Getting Started with .NET; Languages
    C#.NET or VB.NET?? Picking the language is tricky. There are pros and cons involved in choosing either language. Both choices have a complex price tag attached.

  • A closer look at the languages VB.NET and C#.NET. Which language?
  • Advantages and disadvantages of VB.NET relative to C#.NET
  • Where VB.NET developers typically come from
  • Advantages and disadvantages of C#.NET relative to VB.NET
  • Where C#.NET developers typically come from
  • Issues with published .NET books, articles and sample code
  • The current state of coding and naming standards for methods, properties, events, variables
  • Implementing the standard
  • Available coding techniques to be avoided
  • Summary for .NET Managers :
    • What the .NET programming languages choices mean to .NET project leaders and managers.
    • Management Problems and Solutions
    • Best Practices in choosing your .NET language

    .NET For Managers: Agile, Test-Driven, and Iterative, Results-Oriented Processes
    Agile software development and management methods are no flash in the pan. Visual Studio Professional and Team System indicate the depth of Agile influence in the overall design of Visual Studio. Keep Agile on your radar.


  • Why do you care about Agile? Why you must care about Agile
  • Origin and historical context
  • "Waterfall" vs. emerging Agile approaches
  • Why developers need to be involved early in design. Developers as designers.
  • Test-driven development. The daily build. The daily stand-up meeting.
  • Why it works. Critical success factors.
  • Overview of Scrum. What Scrum is. What it isn ’t.
  • Agile Tools in Visual Studio:
    • Class Diagrammer
    • Refactoring Support
    • Testing Support
    • Code snippets
  • How offshore fits within the Agile framework. And how it doesn ’t.
  • Are developers really replaceable full-time equivalent (FTE) "resources"?
  • Issues with retention of developed expertise
  • Summary for .NET Project Leaders :
    • What the now-emerging Agile model means to .NET project managers.
    • Management Problems and Solutions
    • Best Practices in project definition, management and execution
    • Resources on the Web

     

    .NET for Managers: The Class Designer and Class Diagrams
    Modeling is necessary for discussing and understanding the solution space. But let’s not go too far. Everything changes when users get a first look at what you are building. Designs are not deliverables. Diagrams facilitate understanding; understanding facilitates the creation of shippable code.

    • Why do you care about Class Diagrams?
    • The essential design docs: UI prototype, Process narratives, Data model.
    • Why you care about the Class Diagrammer
    • What the Class Diagrammer means to project managers.
    • What design is actually good for. What do we deliver: design, or shippable code?
    • The Class Diagrammer and Agile methods
    • Summary for .NET Managers :
      • What OOP design issues and the built-in Class Designer means to .NET project managers.
      • Management Problems and Solutions
      • Best Practices in design- with and without the Class Designer

    .NET for Managers: ASP.NET AJAX (Asynchronous Javascript And XML) Concepts and Facilities

    Understanding AJAX nuts-and-bolts is necessary for discussing and understanding the User Interface. AJAX (Asyncronous Java and XML) is emerging as the predominant technology underlying rich user interfaces for the Web.

    • Classic ASP.NET Page Life Cycle vs. The AJAX model of page update
    • Browser Support for AJAX: XMLHttprequest Object
    • The minimal components of an AJAX framework; the role of JavaScript and XML
    • ASP.NET AJAX
    • Microsoft Client Libary for AJAX overview
    • Examples of what you can do with AJAX
    • Sample of simple AJAX code "under the hood"
    • AJAX and the Visual Studio Debugger
    • The role of JSON JavaScript Object Notation in .NET AJAX



    .NET for Managers: Understanding .NET Data Access

    Data access is essential for business systems. The ADO.NET 2.0 Data Provider model makes full-featured data access easy to implement and understand.

    • Object-oriented data access
    • The .NET Provider model for data access
    • ADO 2.0 Data Access Techniques: Concepts and Facilities
    • Declarative data access programming in ADO.NET 2.0
    • Simple 2-tier data access in ASP.NET
    • Creating bindable Grids of data
    • Binding to Arrays, collections and Lists
    • The role of XML
    • Why a data layer is essential for applications of any size
    • How .NET binding technology can encourage messy 2-tier application designs
    • Why the .NET ObjectDataSource is great
    • Data access in 3 tiers
    • Implementing a Data Access Layer in .NET
    • Overview of advanced ADO.NET 2.0 data access with stored procedures
    • Summary for .NET Managers :
      • What the ADO 2.0 Provider Model means to .NET project managers.
      • Management Problems and Solutions
      • Best Practices in ADO 2.0 .NET Data Access
    .NET for Managers: LINQ (Language INtegrated Query)

    • LINQ Concepts and Facilities
    • A brief history of Object Relational mapping: Is LINQ an ORM? What is LINQ?
    • Objects, Data and Mappings. What PROBLEMS does LINQ solve, or help solve?
    • LINQ concepts and facilities
    • Declarative programming, Type checking
    • LINQ: To ADO, to XML, to Objects & Entities.
    • Summary for Managers: Why LINQ matters...ALOT

    • C#.NET and VB.NET Language Features; the.NET 3.5 LINQ Syntax
      • Generics, Delegates and Anonymous Methods
      • Enumerators and Yield
      • Type inference, lambda expressions, extension methods, anonymous types, query expressions
      • "relaxed delegates" and XML support unique to VB.NET
      • The Yield keyword and anonymous methods unique to VB.NET

      ASP .NET for Managers: Web Development
      Web development looks a lot like Windows development now. The declarative nature of ASP.NET development means you better know what you’re doing.

      • Understanding Web Architecture and the ASP.NET 2.0 programming model.
      • Overview of ASP.NET. Declarative vs. Programmatic development of the web site.
      • Server side controls. Managing State via _VIEWSTATE.
      • Understanding the Code-behind architecture and Partial Classes.
      • Understanding Post-Back
      • Master Pages: Concepts and facilities overview. The good and bad.
      • Why nested Master pages are evil.
      • ASP.NET Themes: Concepts and facilities overview. The good and the bad
      • ASP.NET Skins: Concepts and facilities overview.
      • ASP.NET User Controls: Concepts and facilities overview.
      • ASP.NET and CSS: The CSS Control Toolkit. How control adapters trump Themes and Skins. Why designers love the new CSS Control Adapter Toolkit.
      • The role of the designer on your team. How to sequence work.
      • How to present a newly developed UI to users and project sponsors.
      • Summary for .NET Managers :
        • What the ASP.NET 2.0 architecture means to .NET project managers.
        • Management Problems and Solutions
        • Best Practices in ASP.NET 2.0

      Security and Authentication
      Security is a big deal, especially for web apps. .NET 2.0 provides great facilities for setting up security that authenticates users who want access to a specific web page.
      • Security Overview. Strong names.
      • Forms-based authentication: The demo (source code is a takeaway)
      • How forms-based authentication works. Theory of operation.
      • Pros and cons of forms-based authentication.
      • Summary for .NET Managers :
        • What SOA and Web Services means to .NET project managers.
        • Management Problems and Solutions
        • Best Practices in Web Services


      Web Services for Managers

      Web services are web sites that serve up XML instead of HTML. The Simple Object Access Protocol provides a way to pass parameters, call methods and get return values across a web connection.
      • Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Explained
      • Web Service Concepts and Facilities
      • Building a Web Service in Visual Studio 2005
      • Issues in building robust Web Service
      • Summary for .NET Managers :
        • What SOA and Web Services means to .NET project managers.
        • Management Problems and Solutions
        • Best Practices in Web Services
        • Resources

      Emerging Technology for .NET Managers to Stay Aware of:
      There is always something new. The new AJAX toolkits for ASP.NET and the new CSS Control Adapter Toolkits are of particular interest.

      • Understanding AJAX
      • Understanding the CSS Control Adapter Toolkit
      • Understanding what ’s coming in .NET
      • Summary for .NET Managers :
        • Blogs to be watching. Resources on the web.
        • Managing the integration of new technology.
        • Why you need to be polling your developers.


      Seminar Summary and Conclusion; Seminar Questions and Answers:

    • .NET Framework Enterprise Application Development: The Big Picture
    • Issues in the specific Architectural Structure of .NET and ASP.NET Applications
    • Issues in .NET Object Orientation: Framework and Languages
    • Issues in Getting Started with .NET: Languages
    • The Emerging Software Development Model: Agile, Iterative Results-Oriented Rapid Application Development Methods
    • Unified Modeling Language: UML
    • Understanding .NET Data Access
    • Managing ASP.NET Development
    • Security
    • Managing Web Services
    •  

      Student Testimonial:
      I valued the definitions and additional recommended readings anytime a subject appeared to be of deeper interest or applicability. This was the right material at exactly the right time . I would highly recommend attending this course.
      - student Rebecca Gonzalez (full reference list provided upon request)

      Attend in New York City, on Wednesday 10/29/2008
      (...just 2 Blocks from Grand Central Station.)
      SEATING IS LIMITED- Register Now:

      (NOTE: You can bring this course to YOU! Contact us to schedule your custom ONSITE class.)

       

       

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    Since 1993, we have delivered training in cities as diverse as: Peoria ,Arizona | Corona / Salinas / Pasadena, CA | Torrance / Lancaster / Hayward, CA | Palmdale / Orange / Escondido, CA | Fullerton / Sunnyvale / Elk Grove, CA | Thousand Oaks / El Monte / Concord, CA | Simi Valley / Vallejo / Inglewood, CA | Visalia / Costa Mesa / Downey, CA | Santa Clara / West Covina / Roseville, California | Norwalk / Fairfield / Burbank, California | San Buenaventura / Richmond / Berkeley, California | Daly City / Antioch /Foster City, California | Milpitas / Sacramento, California | Lakewood / Fort Collins / Thornton ,Colorado | Westminster / Arvada / Pueblo ,Colorado | Bridgeport / Hartford / New Haven ,CT | Stamford / Waterbury ,Connecticut | Pembroke Pines / Hollywood / Port St. Lucie ,Florida | Coral Springs / Gainesville / Miramar ,FLA | Clearwater / Pompano Beach / Ft. Lauderdale / Orlando, FL | Savannah & Athens, Georgia | Burlington,Vermont | Naperville & Joliet ,Illinois | Springfield / Peoria / Elgin ,Illinois | Muncie, Indiana | Evansville & South Bend, Indiana | Muncie & Cedar Rapids ,Iowa | Kansas City / Topeka / Olathe ,Kansas | Lafayette ,Louisiana | Springfield / Lowell / Cambridge ,MA | Warren / Sterling Heights / Flint ,Michigan | Lansing & Ann Arbor,Michigan | Independence / St. Louis / Saint Louis,Missouri | Billings & Lincoln,Nebraska | Manchester ,New Hampshire | Bellevue ,Washington | Green Bay ,Wisconsin. Contact us to discuss bringing our training to your location!