Course Description

Once you’ve mastered the core features of C# as a programming language, you’re ready to take the next step. The .NET Framework offers an incredibly rich and diverse set of APIs that cover all aspects of contemporary development. This course takes a detailed look at the areas of C# and .NET that have particular resonance to developers today, including asynchrony, creating decoupled and adaptable systems, and test-driven development.

What you’ll learn

  • Asynchronous programming techniques
  • Parallelization and concurrency
  • Debugging multithreaded code
  • Reflection and metadata
  • Using CodeDom and dynamic code
  • Dynamic programming
  • Dependency injection
  • Test-driven development



4 Days


Target Audience

This course is for C# developers who want to gain a deeper knowledge of C#/.NET APIs, patterns, and programming techniques.


Course Prerequisites

At least 6 months C# programming experience


Suggested Follow on Courses

There are a number of options of suitable follow-on courses, depending on your business needs. PleaseĀ contact usĀ for further details.


Course Content

Asynchronous Programming
  • Creating tasks
  • Designing task-based APIs
  • Continuations
  • Nested tasks
Managing Tasks
  • Quick recap of async and await
  • A closer look at the Task class
  • Working with TaskCompletionSource
  • Task scheduling
Parallel Programming
  • Task-based and data-based parallelism
  • Using the Parallel class
  • Using PLINQ
  • TPL DataFlow
Debugging Multithreaded Code
  • Types of bugs
  • Visual Studio debugging techniques
  • Going beyond Visual Studio
Reflection and Metadata
  • Metadata storage
  • Loading assemblies
  • Examining types using reflection
  • Creating instances using reflection
  • Late binding
  • Assembly metadata
  • Defining and accessing custom attributes
Integrating with Unmanaged Code
  • The dynamic keyword
  • Using The Dynamic Language Runtime
CodeDom and Dynamic Code
  • Overview of CodeDom
  • Compiling code
  • Using interfaces effectively
  • Using reflection effectively
  • Using Reflection Emit
  • Creating dynamic methods
  • Working with builder classes
Dependency Injection
  • DI concepts
  • Tools for implementing DI
  • Overview of Unity
  • Resolving dependencies
  • Designing for DI
Test-Driven Development
  • TDD concepts
  • Tooling for TDD in .NET
  • Creating unit tests
  • Mocking
  • Coverage
  • Following a TDD approach to development


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