pos409 | undergraduate
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Create and Use Types
- Create and consume types.
- Create and implement a class hierarchy.
- Find, execute, and create types at runtime by using reflection.
- Manage the object life cycle.
Manage Program Flow
- Implement multithreading and asynchronous processing.
- Implement program flow.
- Create and implement events and callbacks.
- Implement exception handling.
Implement Data Access
- Perform I/O operations.
- Serialize and deserialize data.
- Store data in and retrieve data from collections.
- Query and manipulate data and objects by using LINQ.
Debug Applications and Implement Security
- Validate application input.
- Debug an application.
- Implement diagnostics in an application.
- Perform symmetric and asymmetric encryption.
Introduction to C#
- Installing Microsoft Visual Studio 2013.
- Apply mathematical operators in C# programming.
- Apply decision structures in C# programming.
- Apply repetition in C# programming.
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