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Microsoft .net is the registered trademark associated with the intellectual property and software copyright of Microsoft Corporation. In order to distinguish the SYS-ED training service from Microsoft certification, the Computer Education Techniques course search engine and SYS-ED websites spells lower case "dot net" .NET in all upper case.

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Microsoft .NET Software and Development Platform

Microsoft .NET is an important and well received development framework: Visual Studio, ADO.NET, ASP.NET, VB.NET, and C#. It builds upon the investment that organizational enterprise made in the 1990ís with Microsoft client/server programming environments: C, C++, Visual Basic, Visual C++, and SQL Server.

Execution Environment CLR: Common Language Runtime
Executed Instruction Set IL: Intermediate Language
Runs Managed and unmanaged code
Multiple Programming Language Support Visual Basic, C++, C#, JScript, COBOL, Perl, Fortran, and other languages
Runtime execution mode Always runs compiled native code.
Unit of Isolation of an Application Multiple applications are separated by application domains inside a single operating system process. Application domains provide logical partitioning of applications inside an operating system process.
Operating system Currently supported on Windows operating systems only. There are noncommercial options for running .NET on other operating systems such as Mono on Linux.

It was Microsoft Corporation which established the standards for coding uniform interfaces: windows, scrollbars, checklists, droplists, radio buttons, and text boxes. Microsoft scripting and programming languages, in conjunction with its Windows family of operating systems, dominated market share up through the middle of the past decade. MS .NET is required in order to code Microsoft web-enabled applications that access, utilize, and manage the widespread availability of the Internet.

Although a major player with real strengths, Microsoft .NET does not define or dominate web development and Internet programming. Java software and open source freeware has achieved a wide acceptance and provides comparable functionality. Many organizations have elected to code and develop both .NET and Java applications. IBM and Oracle Corporation have drawn upon their considerable hardware and software resources and taken advantage of shortcomings in the Microsoft software product line in order to successfully promote their own web servers and development platforms: IBM WebSphere and Rational software and the Oracle WebLogic Platform and Fusion software. Both IBM and Oracle have incorporated open source Java into their software; they also have made significant investments in open source software initiatives to promote their development environments. Although these commercial software companies compete with one another for new customers, it will be the exception where an organization will be dedicated exclusively to Microsoft .NET or a commercial or open source Java application development platform. The operational reality is that in order to service a client base and compete for business, a protocol driven interoperability among the three major software companies is a requirement.

Microsoft remains committed to .NET; it is superb code and has significant advantages in terms of developing and distributing scalable web-enabled applications in a Microsoft software environment: applications - MS Office operating system - Windows Family, internetworking - Windows Servers, SharePoint, and Exchange Servers, web presentation and web design - Edge, Internet Explorer, Expression and enterprise database - SQL Server.

Microsoft Scripting and Programmatic Implementation

MS Windows Scripting Host is an extensible scripting platform serving as an intermediary between an interpretive language engine and the component objects. The Microsoft scripting system has been organized into two parts. The script host manages the component objects and the script engine interprets the script language. This allows Microsoft and alternative open source and third party languages to be used for writing scripts. Scripts are used to automate repetitive and administer tasks such as file management, processing data, changing operating system settings, installing and uninstalling software, and sending e-mail.

Internetworking with Internetworking Hosting Script

MS PowerShell extends the capabilities of WSH and batch files by interacting with web services, manipulating databases, displaying dialog boxes, and boxes. The .NET Framework is available in MS Windows PowerShell command lines and scripts. Well designed scripts serve to encapsulate knowledge by recording how a job is to be performed. In addition to extending the architecture and code base of Microsoft Office Suite applications, MS can be used in conjunction with free open source programming languages. Given that freeware and Linux- and UNIX-variant operating systems and web servers increasingly are being used in combination with Microsoft networks, it is a significant advantage associated with the .NET development platform.

In addition to WIMP, WAMP, and LAMP, scripting is being performed in volume with open source the Korn shell and Perl.

.NET Training by SYS-ED

SYS-EDís staff have been working with .NET since its initial roll-out and have used .NET to develop industry-specific applications. SYS-ED system consultants average 30 years experience in information technology: IBM mainframe system software, Oracle software, enterprise databases, and client/server programming. The value added quality of a SYS-ED .NET course is the cross system expertise of our system consultants who can teach and explain how to code, test, and deploy Microsoft .NET applications in hybrid commercial and open source software environments.

  • Migrating from MS Visual C++ and Visual Basic applications to MS.NET and Java.

  • Developing and deploying .NET applications in Microsoft and SUSE Linux internetworks.

  • Developing and integrating .NET applications with the Oracle WebLogic server platform and and database.

  • MS .NET applications which access and manage data through IBM WebSphere MQ middleware.

  • Coding MS Metro style and web apps for mobile devices and integration with a software as a service programming model.

  • MS Azure and cloud computing application development with the free open source software scripting and programming languages.

Few independent training companies have been teaching MS .NET courses longer or better than SYS-ED.

Courseware for Teaching

The Computer Education Techniques courseware used in SYS-ED courses consists of student handouts, training aids, and industry-specific examples and exercises. At the client discretion an industry standard textbook and accompanying presentation slides can be utilized. The CETi knowledge base aggregates and analyzes information in the public domain. It also is a service for reviewing and answering questions. Content selectively is added to courseware.

Web-based Training Services SYS-ED/New York Schedule and Content Delivery Selection .NET Instructor Training Services
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MS Scripting MS .NET MS Phone
Web Technology and Tools
MS Scripting
MS SQL Server
MS ASP Programming
MS C# Programming
XML Platform
MS Phone and Mobile
MS SharePoint
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Industry Standard MS .NET Training Service

SYS-EDís MS .NET courses have been developed based upon the application of adult learning theory and the standards of the New York State Department of Education.

SYS-EDís .NET training extends Microsoft's industry standard content and incorporates our own consultancy derived industry- and client- specific examples, sample programs, and exercises. 

  • Transitioning from older versions of Microsoft development platforms to .NET.
  • Migrating and upgrading applications from the client/server to the emerging service oriented architecture standard.
  • Explanation of the protocols serving as the foundation of web services and its utilization with .NET.
  • Examine application architecture and code and how it maps to the business and information technology infrastructure.
  • Evaluate the integrity of a client's existing inventory of applications as part of preparing for modernization.
  • Demonstration of the interoperability of .NET with Java and identification of pitfalls in relation to the source documentation.

SYS-ED has been conducting courses in the public domain since 1980; however, there have been changes in the laws and regulations governing computer training in the state of New York. The schedule on our websites reflects a projected time frame for licensure with the New York State Department of Education - Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision and submission and approval of curriculum. It will be updated quarterly.

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MS .NET Development Training

MS .NET Clients
MS Programming Languages
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Definition of Service

SYS-ED's distance-learning training service is 65% lecture with the remaining 35% of the service provided in the form of scheduled interactive question and answer sessions with a subject matter expert, hands-on exercises, optional validation assessment, and submission of questions through our technology exchange websites.

Enrollment is contingent upon the prospective trainee's having been qualified by our Director of Education to have the appropriate background for the training and review of a checklist of items required for transmission of the service to the client location: bandwidth, firewall, base operating system, software requirements, web browser, and set-up of hands-on machine exercises.

Alternative web-based and e-learning training is available: self-paced, presentation through the client's authoring system, or podcast. These tailored services are offered selectively.

MS Service Oriented Architecture - 1 MS Service Oriented Architecture - 2

Microsoft .NET Development Platform Extended

SYS-ED staff has been downloading and evaluating the interface, functionality, and protocol-based foundation of Microsoft and hybrid combinations of Oracle, IBM, and FOSS: Free Open Source Software. The SYS-ED training service provides guidelines on the trade-offs involved in migrating and extending an existing investment in Microsoft client/server infrastructure. CETi technology partners are researching the Application Model for the Windows 8 Style Apps (formerly Metro) and the differences in the Windows Kernel Services.

MS Windows Platform Extended 

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.NET Courses
SYS-ED's .NET courses are tough, but they're worth it. Our challenging "hands-on" .NET training provides a foundation and framework for Fortune 1000 companies, government municipalities, and healthcare providers to address their .NET staffing requirements and acquire specialized .NET expertise. 1

SYS-ED's courseware is highly respected. We draw upon our extensive library of sample programs and case studies to explain, demonstrate, and teach .NET.

Teaching is Our Business
Most computer training companies are divisions of large software or consulting companies. Not SYS-ED. Our only goal is to provide quality computer training for motivated professionals - no more and no less. Because we're independent, we're free to concentrate on teaching - and since 1980 we have been doing it very well.

Our Teachers Know How to Teach
SYS-ED instructors combine teaching skills with broad practical experience as consultants. Our system consultants have been working with .NET since its initial release. We teach not only "how to", but "why", offering insights into interrelated areas of information technology: web servers, Linux- and UNIX- variants, Java, Oracle, and mainframe system software. After a course, we answer questions from students back on the job.

Enrollment - SYS-ED .NET Courses are NOT for Everyone
No one is allowed to enroll in a SYS-ED .NET course, without a consultation with our Director of Education. We review the operational objectives and project specifications for the organization evaluating whether to send its employee for the training. The employee is ONLY allowed to register if they have the background corresponding to the appropriate learning path.

.NET Training - Distance-learning or at Your Office
SYS-ED .NET courses are provided over the Internet through a distance-learning delivery medium or classroom instruction on-site at the client location. Client location courses can include the identical workshops, case studies, and hands-on approach as the distance-learning service offered through the SYS-ED schedule.

Technology Exchange Websites

SYS-ED's websites compile, organize, and present software specific and established operational categorizations of information technology. They provide a framework for assessing knowledge transfer: web-based training, classroom instruction, courseware, learning paths, and validation assessment.


Footnote 1:
SYS-EDís core .NET curriculum are being prepared for submission to the New York State Department of Education - Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision for technical review and licensing.