This course presents .NET and the C# programming language to a depth that permits evaluation of its suitability for various problem domains. It will present a technical tour of the features listed below.
Modulo the hype, .NET is a new platform from Microsoft, based on a virtual machine akin to Java's. This engine, the Common Language Infrastructure (CLI), defines an instruction set, an object type system, file formats, etc. The CLI differs from the JVM in important respects:
Above the virtual machine, there are class libraries with support that extend to XML and SOAP. The C# programming language, which sits about half-way between Java and C++, is the closest fit to the machine.
The presentation will discuss the CLI, compilers that target the machine, and the consequences building and deploying .NET applications, the standardization of .NET by ECMA, and standards-based open-source implementations of .NET.
The course is presented as 1 day of lecture with some live demonstration if facilities permit.
Proficiency with an object-oriented programming language is required, as this course will not introduce object-oriented programming concepts and several code examples will be studied.
Thomas A. Cargill, Ph.D.
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