Who Can Join This Course?
You have to pass in our "Professional Programming with C#" course.
● Installing Visual Studio
● Installing SQL Server
● Installing Git & Tortoise Git
● Installing Docker
● Installing VS code
● Installing Tracker Tool
Version Control (2 Classes).
● Understanding Gitflow.
● Using git from visual studio.
● Using git commands.
C# Overview (2 Classes)
● Important C# new features.
Asp.net Core MVC Nuts & Bolts (2 Classes)
● Understand project types and structure.
● Model - View - Controller in depth.
● Using NuGet.
● Using configuration & routing.
Understanding Razor (1 Class).
● Concept of layout and child page.
● Tag helpers & Html helpers.
● Partial view.
Dependency Injection & Logger Configuration (2 Classes).
● Using service collection.
● Using Autofac.
● Using serilog.
Working with SQL Server (2 Class)
● Working with stored procedures.
● Working with user defined functions.
● Using dynamic SQL in stored procedure.
Frontend development (2 Classes).
● Understand bootstrap grid.
● Implementing bootstrap theme.
● Understanding SASS.
Object Oriented Principles & Patterns (3 Classes).
● Understanding SOLID principles.
● Understanding other 5 important principles.
● Understanding creational patterns.
● Use case, class & sequence diagrams.
Setting up project architecture (2 Classes).
● Understanding Clean Architecture.
● Understanding Repository pattern.
● Understanding Unit of Work pattern.
● Understanding CQRS & Mediator.
CRUD example with Ado.net (2 Classes).
● Using datatables.
● Understanding & Implementing Dynamic SQL.
● Implement Ado.net Data Access features.
● Application of service layer.
● Integration of Business Objects.
● Using View Model to work with controller and service.
Working with Entity Framework (4 Classes).
● Understand ORM.
● Code first overview.
● Create Entity.
● Apply Migrations.
● Entity Relationship.
● Fluent API.
● Data Seeding.
● Using good practices.
● Implementation of CRUD with Entity Framework.
Using AutoMapper for object cloning (1 Class).
● Installation and configuration.
● Use of Automapper to map model and entity Objects.
Understanding Security Issues (1 Class).
● SQL Injection.
● Script Injection.
● Importance of SSL Certificate & Https.
● Using captcha.
● Database Backup, Error Logging, Encrypting to minimize damage.
Implementing Asp.net Core Identity (3 Classes).
● Configure Identity.
● Convert Page based code to MVC.
● Configure Authentication.
● Customize Service classes.
● Move Identity Code in separate project.
● Configure Authorization.
● Role based authorization.
● Policy based authorization.
● Claim based authorization.
Working with Web API (3 Classes).
● Why we need Web API.
● Understanding Web API structure.
● Working with Postman.
● Implement JWT Authorization.
● Apply JWT to restrict access.
● Implementing CORS.
● Integrating with CRUD operation.
Working with Worker Service (1 Class).
● Create and configuring worker service,
● Deploying worker service.
Testing Asp.net Project (3 Classes).
● Understand Unit Tests.
● Unit Test good practices.
● Using Automoq.
● Understanding code coverage.
● Assertion using Shouldly.
Dockering Asp.net Core project (2 Classes).
● Why we need docker.
● Creating docker image.
● Creating docker container.
● Common docker commands.
● Working with docker hub.
● Deploy Asp.net Core MVC project in docker.
● Using docker-compose.
Working in AWS (5 Classes).
● Understand cloud computing basics.
● AWS Pricing.
● Regions & Availability zones.
● Use EC2 features.
● Apply load balancing & auto scaling.
● Use S3 bucket.
● Use SQS.
● Use DynamoDB.
● Use AWS CLI.
● Use AWS SDK.
● Concept of Microservice.
Working with TypeScript (2 Classes).
● Installation & configuration.
● Important TypeScript language features.
Create Web App with Angular (2 Classes).
● Creating Angular app using Visual studio & npm.
● Angular project structure.
● Connecting Angular App with Web API.
● Create new component.
● Apply good practices.
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What Students Said
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The course was not only limited within ASP.NET but also it covers Docker, AWS and various software architecture. Mostly the assignment of this course was unique and challenging, and if someone skip one assignment he/she will face great challenges to work with the next one (I enjoyed this mostly when at last the problem was solved). At the end of the course, the confidence level become high to work with any technology and any problem
It is a good course. Though I've found some loopholes in it, I will only mention two of them because those are more important. The project spread sheet minimum mark should be hidden. I have seen some of the project team members gain the minimum mark and then they just don't work until the minimum mark breaks. I was in Team 1 of batch 8. Me and my team tried our best to complete the project. But due to the fact that most of the team members were already doing their jobs, they didn't get the time to work on the project. So, I think for job holders and personal problems, this needs to be watched properly by the authority because it depends on other team members marks. Not to mention this course content quality is 5 stars. Even though the material on topics like software architecture, design patterns, tips and tricks, and so forth is fairly complex, Sir makes it easier to understand by breaking it down into manageable chunks. I've learned so many things that I've lost count of them.
Namaskar🙏, everyone. I heard about this course from one of my closest juniors and decided to check it out. Thanks also him. After completing C# Course of Devskill, I entered into this course. This course is not confined to Dot Net alone. The instructor always emphasizes, "I want to focus on to make a engineer, not mechanics." So, he covered all topics necessary to show the road to become a good engineer. This course taught me, What challenge has coming that's not matter, just grab it and learn it and implement it. "Another opinion from my site, it would have been more beneficial if Sir had explained CRUD operations in more detail when he covered them." After all, DevSkill has played a crucial role in elevating my capabilities and bolstering my confidence over the couple of months. This experience has to help me to thrive in the ever-evolving and challenging landscape of the software industry. Finally, I extend my heartfelt gratitude to him and wish him all the best to ISHWAR.