If you’ve made it this far, take a moment and pat yourself on the back. You’ve come a long way since the day you first cracked open the cover of this book; you’ve gained valuable skills and learned concepts you can use to successfully program using the .NET Framework, C#, and the Visual Studio IDE. These include, but are not limited to, the following:
  • • The importance of the application design cycle.

  • • The Unified Modeling Language and how it can help facilitate the analysis and design of object-oriented programs.

  • • The Common Language Runtime (CLR).

  • • The structure of the .NET Framework.

  • • How to create and use class structures and hierarchies.

  • • How to implement inheritance, polymorphism, and interfaces.

  • • Object interaction and collaboration.

  • • Event-driven programming.

  • • Structured error handling.

  • • How to work with data structures and data sources using ADO.NET.

  • • Using the Entity Framework to create object relational mappings to a SQL Server database.

  • • How to use the features of the Visual Studio IDE to increase productivity and facilitate debugging.

  • • How to implement a Windows-based graphical user interface using the Windows Presentation Framework.

  • • How to implement a web-based graphical user interface using Silverlight.

  • • How to create and consume services using Windows Communication Framework.


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