J. S. Framestore CFC
B. M. London Internet Exchange
Software development training course contents
Computer storage and data types
How a computer stores programs and the instructions in computer memory, memory stacks and heaps, memory size requirements for the various data storage types, numeric data and textual data.
Computer decision structures
Various decision structures used in all computer programming languages; If decision structures; multiple decision structures, such as If…Else and switch/Select Case; reading flowcharts; decision tables; evaluating expressions.
For loops, While loops, Do...While loops and recursion.
Understand error handling
Structured exception handling.
Properties, methods, events and constructors; how to create a class; how to use classes in code.
Inheriting the functionality of a base class into a derived class.
Extending the functionality in a class after inheriting from a base class, overriding methods in the derived class.
Creating classes that hide their implementation details while still allowing access to the required functionality through the interface, access modifiers.
General software development
Application life cycle management
Phases of application life cycle management, software testing.
Interpret application specifications
Application specifications, translating them into prototypes, code, select appropriate application type and components.
Algorithms and data structures
Arrays, stacks, queues, linked lists and sorting algorithms; performance implications of various data structures; choosing the right data structure.
Web page development
ASP.NET web application development
Page life cycle, event model, state management, client-side versus server-side programming.
Creating virtual directories and websites, deploying web applications, understanding the role of Internet Information Services.
Web services that will be consumed by client applications, accessing web services from a client application, SOAP, WSDL.
UI design guideline categories, characteristics and capabilities of Store Apps, identify gestures.
Characteristics and capabilities of console- based applications.
Characteristics and capabilities of Windows Services.
Relational database management systems
Characteristics and capabilities of database products, database design, ERDs, normalisation concepts.
Database query methods
SQL, creating and accessing stored procedures, updating and selecting data.
Database connection methods
Connecting to various types of data stores, such as flat file; XML file; in-memory object; resource optimisation.
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