.NET Programming I - CIS 223
Subject Area(s): Computer and Information Science
In this course, students who already have been exposed to programming and critical thinking are introduced to Microsoft .NET architecture, Visual Studio IDE and object-oriented programming with .NET. The course emphasizes building stand-alone desktop projects with graphical user interfaces using WinForm components. Students are taught how to apply the principles of programming and problem solving within an object-based design and event-driven paradigm. Among other skills, the student learns basic interface design, using common libraries and features of the common language runtime.
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