C#.NET Online Training Program

C#.NET Online Training Program

Welcome to the C#.NET Online Training Program. I am Pranaya Rout, the Author of Dot Net Tutorials, and I write all the DOT-NET-related stuff on this website. I have 10+ years of working experience in Microsoft .NET Technologies and am a working Professional. This C#.NET Online Training Program is Entirely industry-oriented, and the concepts that are mostly used in the industry will be explained in depth. You will find the detailed course syllabus at the end of this article.

In this Training Program, I will discuss each topic in detail with Real-Time Examples. Some of the highlighted concepts that are going to be covered as part of this training program are the OOPs Concept, Collection Framework, Concurrent Collection, Exception Handling, .NET Framework Architecture, Multithreading, Asynchronous Programming, Parallel Programming, Events and Delegates, File Handling, Reflection, AutoMapper, C# New Features, Dapper, Entity Framework Core, ADO.NET Core, SOLID Design Principles, Gang of Four 23 Design Patterns, LINQ, Dependency and Repository Design Patterns, Unit Testing, Different Software Attacks, and many more.

New Batch: Coming Soon

Registration Link: https://forms.gle/EWsiuNUGGoeFBV3f7
Join the ASP.NET Core Telegram Group for This Batch: https://telegram.me/aspnetcoretraining
Contact us through Our WhatsApp Number: +91 7021801173
Call us for More Details: +91 7021801173
What we Provide in Our Advanced C#.NET Online Training Program:

In this C# Online Training Program, you will be exposed to Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced Concepts of C# and start writing programs immediately. This C# Training Program is designed for Students, Beginners, and Professional Developers who want to learn and enhance C# knowledge from the very basic to the advanced concept using real-time examples.

How do you join our Advanced C#.NET Online Training Program?

Please fill out the following form. Once you complete the form, we will contact you and share the details about the Advanced C#.NET Online Training Program. Even if you want, you can contact us through WhatsApp (+91 7021801173) number and EmailId (onlinetraining@dotnettutorials.net).

Course: Advanced C# (C# Basics and Advanced, ADO.NET Core, Entity Framework Core, LINQ, SOLID Principles, Design Patterns, Unit Testing)
Online Training Registration Link: https://forms.gle/EWsiuNUGGoeFBV3f7
Date and Time: March 4, 2024, 7 AM to 8.30 AM, IST
Duration: 5 Months (Daily 1.30 Hours)
Course Fee: 10000 (INR)
Contact us through Our WhatsApp Number: +91 7021801173
Contact us through Our Email ID: onlinetraining@dotnettutorials.net
Note: Class Recording and Class Notes will be Provided at the End of the Class
Join the ASP.NET Core Telegram Group for This Batch: https://telegram.me/+dqhg6SdNRfkwNjll

What will you Learn from this Training Program?

As part of this Advanced C#.NET Online Training Program, you will learn Basic to Advanced Level Concepts of C# plus ADO.NET Core, Entity Framework Core, LINQ (Language Integrated Query), Design Patterns, and SOLID Design Principles.


There are no prerequisites to learn C#.NET as we will start from the basics. It is good to have .NET Framework and Visual Studio installed on your computer, as it might assist you in executing the examples yourself and learning how it works.

Note: As this Training Program is online, you might be missing some of the classes due to Office Work, Internet Issues, Electricity Problems, Medical Problems, or any Personal Reasons, so we are going to provide the Daily Recorded Sessions as well as daily Class Notes to each and everyone at the end of the class. Plus, I am going to take doubt-clearing sessions on weekends, so if you miss the class and after watching the recorded session, if you have any queries or doubts, then you can join the doubt-clearing sessions and clear your doubts and queries.

Advanced C#.NET Online Training Course Syllabus

Chapter-1 Introduction and Environment Setup
  1. Introduction to .NET Core Framework
  2. Introduction to C# Programming Language
  3. .NET Core Environment Setup
  4. Download and Install Visual Studio 2022
  5. Download and Install .NET Core SDK
  6. Download and Install Visual Studio Code
  7. Download and Install SQL Server 2022
  8. Download and Install SSMS
  9. Difference Between .NET Core and .NET Framework
  10. .NET Core vs .NET Framework Code Execution Process
  11. Creating First Console Application using Visual Studio
Chapter-2 C#.NET Basics
  1. Basic Structure of C# Program
  2. Methods and Properties of Console Class in C#
  3. Data Types in C#
  4. Literals in C#
  5. Type Casting in C#
  6. Variables in C#
  7. Operators in C#
  8. Control Flow Statements in C#
  9. If-Else Statements in C#
  10. Switch Statements in C#
  11. Loops in C#
  12. While Loop in C#
  13. Do While Loop in C#
  14. For Loop in C#
  15. Break Statement in C#
  16. Continue Statement in C#
  17. Goto Statement in C#
  18. Functions in C#
  19. User-Defined Functions in C#
  20. Call By Value and Call By Reference in C#
  21. Command Line Arguments in C#
  22. String in C#
  23. Static Keyword in C#
  24. Static vs. Non-Static Members in C#
  25. Const and Read-Only in C#
  26. Properties in C#
  27. Why we Should Override ToString Method in C#
  28. Override Equals Method in C#
  29. Difference Between Convert.ToString and ToString Method in c#
  30. Checked and Unchecked Keywords in C#
  31. Stack and Heap Memory in C#
  32. Boxing and Unboxing in C#
Chapter-3 OOPs in C#
  1. Object Oriented Programming (OOPs) in C#
  2. Class and Objects in C#
  3. Constructors in C#
  4. Types of Constructors in C#
  5. Why We Need Constructors in C#
  6. Static vs Non-Static Constructors in C#
  7. Private Constructors in C#
  8. Destructors in C#
  9. Garbage Collection in .NET Framework
  10. Differences Between Finalize and Dispose in C#
  11. Access Specifiers in C#
  12. Encapsulation in C#
  13. Abstraction in C#
  14. Inheritance in C#
  15. Types of Inheritance in C#
  16. IsA and HasA Relationship in C#
  17. Generalization and Specialization in C#
  18. Abstract Class and Abstract Methods in C#
  19. Interface in C#
  20. Multiple Inheritance in C#
  21. Polymorphism in C#
  22. Method Overloading in C#
  23. Operator Overloading in C#
  24. Method Overriding in C#
  25. Method Hiding in C#
  26. Partial Class and Partial Methods in C#
  27. Sealed Class and Sealed Methods in C#
  28. Extension Methods in C#
  29. Static Class in C#
  30. Variable Reference and Instance of a Class in C#
Chapter-4 Real-Time Applications Using OOPs Concepts
  1. Real-time Examples of Encapsulation in C#
  2. Real-Time Examples of Abstraction in C#
  3. Real-Time Examples of Inheritance in C#
  4. Real-Time Examples of Polymorphism in C#
  5. Real-Time Examples of Interface in C#
  6. Real-Time Examples of Abstract Class in C#
  7. Real-Time Examples of Static Class in C#
  8. Real-Time Examples of Sealed Class in C#
  9. Real-Time Examples of Partial Class in C#
  10. Real-Time Examples of Extension Methods in C#
Chapter-5 Exception Handling
  1. Exception Handling in C#
  2. Multiple Catch Blocks in C#
  3. Finally Block in C#
  4. How to Create Custom Exceptions in C#
  5. Inner Exception in C#
  6. Exception Handling Abuse in C#
Chapter-6 Events, Delegates, and Lambda Expression in C#
  1. Introduction to Events, Delegates, and Lambda Expression
  2. Roles of Events, Delegates, and Event Handler in C#
  3. Delegates in C#
  4. Multicast Delegates in C#
  5. Delegates Real-Time Example in C#
  6. Generic Delegates in C#
  7. Anonymous Method in C#
  8. Lambda Expressions in C#
  9. Events in C# with Examples
Chapter-7 Multithreading in C#
  1. Multithreading in C#
  2. Thread class in C#
  3. How to Pass Data to Thread Function in Type Safe Manner in C#
  4. How to Retrieve Data from a Thread Function in C#
  5. Join Method and IsAlive Property of Thread Class in C#
  6. Thread Synchronization in C#
  7. Lock in C#
  8. Monitor Class in C#
  9. Mutex Class in C#
  10. Semaphore Class in C#
  11. SemaphoreSlim Class in C#
  12. Deadlock in C#
  13. Performance Testing of a Multithreaded Application
  14. Thread Pool in C#
  15. Foreground and Background Threads in C#
  16. AutoResetEvent and ManualResetEvent in C#
  17. Thread Life Cycle in C#
  18. Threads Priorities in C#
  19. How to Terminate a Thread in C#
  20. Inter Thread Communication in C#
  21. How to Debug a Multi-threaded Application in C#
Chapter-8 Collections in C#
  1. Arrays in C#
  2. 2D Arrays in C#
  3. Advantages and Disadvantages of Arrays in C#
  4. Collections in C#
  5. ArrayList in C#
  6. Hashtable in C#
  7. Non-Generic Stack in C#
  8. Non-Generic Queue in C#
  9. Non-Generic SortedList in C#
  10. Advantages and Disadvantages of Non-Generic Collection in C#
  11. Generic Collections in C#
  12. Generics in C#
  13. Generic Constraints in C#
  14. Generic List Collection in C#
  15. How to Sort a List of Complex Types in C#
  16. Comparison Delegate in C#
  17. Dictionary Collection Class in C#
  18. Conversion Between Array List and Dictionary in C#
  19. List vs. Dictionary in C#
  20. Generic Stack Collection Class in C#
  21. Generic Queue Collection Class in C#
  22. Foreach Loop in C#
  23. Generic HashSet Collection Class in C#
  24. Generic SortedList Collection Class in C#
  25. Generic SortedSet Collection Class in C#
  26. Generic SortedDictionary Collection Class in C#
  27. Generic LinkedList Collection Class in C#
  28. Concurrent Collection in C#
  29. ConcurrentDictionary Collection Class in C#
  30. ConcurrentQueue Collection Class in C#
  31. ConcurrentStack Collection Class in C#
  32. ConcurrentBag Collection Class in C#
  33. BlockingCollection in C#
Chapter-9 File Handling in C#
  1. File Handling in C#
  2. FileStream Class in C#
  3. StreamReader and StreamWriter in C#
  4. File Class in C#
  5. TextWriter and TextReader in C#
  6. BinaryWriter and BinaryReader in C#
  7. StringWriter and StringReader in C#
  8. FileInfo Class in C#
  9. DirectoryInfo Class in C#
  10. Export and Import Excel Data in C#
Chapter-10 Asynchronous Programming
  1. Introduction to Concurrency
  2. Async and Await in C#
  3. Task in C#
  4. How to Return a Value from Task in C#
  5. How to Execute Multiple Tasks in C#
  6. How to Limit the Number of Concurrent Tasks in C#
  7. How to Cancel a Task in C# using Cancellation Token
  8. How to Create Synchronous Method using Task in C#
  9. Retry Pattern in C#
  10. Only One Pattern in C#
  11. How to Control the Result of a Task in C#
  12. Task-Based Asynchronous Programming in C#
  13. Chaining Tasks by Using Continuation Tasks
  14. How to Attached Child Tasks to a Parent Task in C#
  15. ValueTask in C#
  16. How to Cancel a Non-Cancellable Task in C#
  17. Asynchronous Streams in C#
  18. How to Cancel Asynchronous Stream in C#
Chapter-11 Parallel Programming
  1. Task Parallel Library in C#
  2. Parallel For in C#
  3. Parallel Foreach Loop in C#
  4. Parallel Invoke in C#
  5. Maximum Degree of Parallelism in C#
  6. How to Cancel Parallel Operations in C#
  7. Atomic Methods Thread Safety and Race Conditions in C#
  8. Interlocked vs. Lock in C#
  9. Parallel LINQ in C#
  10. Multithreading vs. Asynchronous Programming vs. Parallel Programming in C#
Chapter-12 AutoMapper
  1. AutoMapper in C#
  2. AutoMapper Complex Mapping in C#
  3. How to Map Complex Type to Primitive Type using AutoMapper in C#
  4. AutoMapper Reverse Mapping in C#
  5. AutoMapper Conditional Mapping in C#
  6. AutoMapper Ignore Method in C#
  7. Fixed and Dynamic Values in Destination Property in AutoMapper
Chapter-13 Optional Parameter, Indexers, and Enums
  1. How to make Optional Parameters in C#
  2. Indexers in C#
  3. Indexers Real-Time Example in C#
  4. Enums in C#
Chapter-14 Var, Dynamic and Reflection
  1. Reflection in C#
  2. Dynamic Type in C#
  3. Var Keyword in C#
  4. Var vs. Dynamic in C#
  5. Dynamic vs. Reflection in C#
  6. Volatile Keyword in C#
  7. Ref vs. Out in C#
  8. Named Parameters in C#
Chapter-15 C# New Features
  1. Enhancement in Out Variables in C#
  2. Pattern Matching in C#
  3. Digit Separators in C#
  4. Tuples in C#
  5. Splitting Tuples in C#
  6. Local Functions in C#
  7. Ref Returns and Ref Locals in C#
  8. Generalized Async Return Types in C#
  9. Expression Bodied Members in C#
  10. Thrown Expression in C#
  11. Async Main in C#
  12. ReadOnly Structs in C#
  13. Default Interface Methods in C#
  14. Using Declarations in C#
  15. Static Local Functions in C#
  16. Disposable Ref Structs in C#
  17. Nullable Reference Types in C# 8
  18. Indices and Ranges in C#
  19. Null-Coalescing Assignment Operator in C#
  20. Stackalloc in C#
Chapter-16 ADO.NET Core (Working with Database)
  1. Introduction to ADO.NET
  2. ADO.NET Core using SQL Server
  3. ADO.NET Core SqlConnection
  4. ADO.NET Core SqlCommand
  5. ADO.NET Core SqlDataReader
  6. ADO.NET Core SqlDataAdapter
  7. ADO.NET Core DataTable in C#
  8. DataTable Methods in C#
  9. ADO.NET Core DataSet
  10. ADO.NET Core DataSet using SQL Server
  11. ADO.NET Core Using Stored Procedures
  12. ADO.NET Core DataSet Using Stored Procedure
  13. ADO.NET Core DataView Class in C#
  14. The Architecture of ADO.NET Core DataSet
  15. Transactions in ADO.NET Core
  16. ADO.NET Core Distributed Transactions
  17. ADO.NET Core Connection Pooling
  18. ADO.NET Core Architecture
  19. Bulk Insert Update in C# using Stored Procedure
  20. Bulk INSERT using SqlBulkCopy in C#
  21. Batch Operations in C# Using ADO.NET Core DataAdapters
  22. Connected and Disconnected Architecture in ADO.NET Core
  23. ADO.NET Core using XML Data
  24. SQL Injection and Prevention in C#
  25. ADO.NET Core SqlCommandBuilder in C#
Chapter-17 Entity Framework Core
  1. Introduction to Entity Framework Core
  2. How to Install Entity Framework Core
  3. DbContext in Entity Framework Core
  4. Database Connection String in Entity Framework Core
  5. CRUD Operations in Entity Framework Core
  6. Entity States in Entity Framework Core
  7. LINQ to Entities in Entity Framework Core
  8. Eager Loading in Entity Framework Core
  9. Lazy Loading in Entity Framework Core
  10. Explicit Loading in Entity Framework Core
  11. Default Conventions in Entity Framework Core
  12. Data Annotation Attributes in Entity Framework Core
  13. Table Attribute in Entity Framework Core
  14. Column Attribute in Entity Framework Core
  15. Key Attribute in Entity Framework Core
  16. ForeignKey Attribute in Entity Framework Core
  17. Index Attribute in Entity Framework Core
  18. InverseProperty Attribute in Entity Framework Core
  19. NotMapped Attribute in Entity Framework Core
  20. Required Attribute in Entity Framework Core
  21. MaxLength and MinLength Attribute in Entity Framework Core
  22. DatabaseGenerated Attribute in Entity Framework Core
  23. TimeStamp Attribute in Entity Framework Core
  24. ConcurrencyCheck Attribute in Entity Framework Core
  25. Fluent API in Entity Framework Core
  26. Relationships in Entity Framework Core
  27. One-to-One Relationships in Entity Framework Core
  28. One-to-Many Relationships in Entity Framework Core
  29. Many-to-Many Relationships in Entity Framework Core
  30. Self-Referencing Relationship in Entity Framework Core
  31. Entity Configurations using Entity Framework Core Fluent API
  32. Primary Key and Composite Primary Key using EF Core Fluent API
  33. Property Configuration using Entity Framework Core Fluent API
  34. Bulk Operations in Entity Framework Core
  35. Bulk Operations using Entity Framework Core Extension
  36. Asynchronous Programming with Entity Framework Core
  37. Disconnected Entities in Entity Framework Core
  38. Disconnected Entity Graph in Entity Framework Core
  39. Stored Procedures in Entity Framework Core
  40. Entity Framework Core Inheritance
  41. Table Per Hierarchy (TPH) in EF Core
  42. Table Per Type (TPT) in EF Core
  43. Table Per Concrete Class (TPC) in EF Core
  44. Transactions in Entity Framework Core
  45. Shadow Property in Entity Framework Core
  46. Migration in Entity Framework Core
  47. Database Seed in Entity Framework Core
  48. Entity Framework Core Database First Approach
Chapter-18 Language Integrated Query (LINQ)
  1. Architecture of LINQ
  2. Different Ways to Write LINQ Query
  3. IEnumerable and IQueryable in C#
  4. Differences Between IEnumerable and IQueryable
  5. LINQ Extension Methods
  6. LINQ Operators
  7. LINQ Select Operator in C#
  8. LINQ SelectMany in C#
  9. Where Filtering Operators in LINQ
  10. OfType Operator in LINQ
  11. Set Operators in LINQ
  12. LINQ Distinct Method in C#
  13. LINQ Except in C#
  14. LINQ Intersect Method in C#
  15. LINQ Union in C#
  16. Linq Concat Method in C#
  17. Ordering Operators in LINQ
  18. Linq OrderBy Method in C#
  19. Linq OrderByDescending Method in C#
  20. Linq ThenBy and ThenByDescending Method in C#
  21. LINQ Reverse Method in C#
  22. LINQ Aggregate Functions in C#
  23. Linq Sum in C#
  24. Linq Max in C#
  25. Linq Min Method in C#
  26. Linq Average Method in C#
  27. Linq Count Method in C#
  28. Linq Aggregate Method in C#
  29. LINQ Quantifiers Operators
  30. Linq All Operator in C#
  31. Linq Any in C#
  32. Linq Contains in C#
  33. Linq GroupBy in C#
  34. GroupBy By Multiple Keys in Linq
  35. Linq ToLookup Method in C#
  36. Linq Joins in C#
  37. Linq Inner Join in C#
  38. Linq Join with Multiple Data Sources
  39. Linq Group Join in C#
  40. Left Join in Linq
  41. Linq Cross Join
  42. Element Operators in LINQ
  43. ElementAt and ElementAtOrDefault in Linq
  44. First and FirstOrDefault Methods in Linq
  45. Last and LastOrDefault Methods in Linq
  46. Single and SingleOrDefault Methods in Linq
  47. DefaultIfEmpty Method in Linq
  48. SequenceEqual Operator in LINQ
  49. Partitioning Operators in Linq
  50. Take Operator in Linq
  51. TakeWhile Method in Linq
  52. Skip Method in Linq
  53. SkipWhile Method in Linq
  54. Paging Using Skip and Take Method
  55. Linq Range Method in C#
  56. Linq Repeat Method in C#
  57. Linq Empty Method in C#
  58. Linq Append Method in C#
  59. Linq Prepend Method in C#
  60. Linq Zip Method in C#
  61. Deferred Execution vs. Immediate Execution in LINQ
  62. ToList and ToArray Methods
  63. ToDictionary Method
  64. Cast Operator
  65. Difference between Cast and OfType Operators
Chapter-19 SOLID Design Principles
  1. Single Responsibility Principle in C#
  2. Open-Closed Principle in C#
  3. Liskov Substitution Principle in C#
  4. Interface Segregation Principle in C#
  5. Dependency Inversion Principle in C#
Chapter-20 Design Patterns
Creational Design Pattern
  1. Introduction to Creational Design Pattern in C#
  2. Factory Design Pattern in C#
  3. Factory Method Design Pattern in C#
  4. Abstract Factory Design Pattern in C#
  5. Abstract Factory Design Pattern Real-Time Example C#
  6. Builder Design Pattern in C#
  7. Builder Design Pattern Real-Time Example in C#
  8. Fluent Interface Design Pattern in C#
  9. Prototype Design Pattern in C#
  10. Shallow Copy and Deep Copy in C#
  11. Singleton Design Pattern in C#
  12. Why Singleton Class is Sealed in C#
  13. Thread-Safe Singleton Design Pattern in C#
  14. Lazy Loading vs. Eager Loading in Singleton Design Pattern
  15. Singleton vs. Static Class in C#
  16. Singleton Design Pattern Real-Time Example Logging in C#
  17. Singleton Design Pattern Real-Time Example Caching in C#
Structural Design Pattern
  1. Introduction to Structural Design Pattern in C#
  2. Adapter Design Pattern in C#
  3. Adapter Design Pattern Real-time Example
  4. Facade Design Pattern in C#
  5. Facade Design Pattern Real-Time Example in C#
  6. Decorator Design Pattern in C#
  7. Decorator Design Pattern Real-Time Example
  8. Bridge Design Pattern in C#
  9. Bridge Design Pattern Real-Time Example
  10. Composite Design Pattern in C#
  11. Real-Time Example of Composite Design Pattern in C#
  12. Composite Design Pattern Real-Time Example
  13. Proxy Design Pattern in C#
  14. Virtual Proxy Design Pattern Real-Time Example in C#
  15. Flyweight Design Pattern in C#
Behavioral Design Pattern
  1. Introduction to Behavioral Design Pattern in C#
  2. Iterator Design Pattern in C#
  3. Observer Design Pattern in C#
  4. Chain of Responsibility Design Pattern in C#
  5. Real-Time Examples of Chain of Responsibility Design Pattern
  6. State Design Pattern in C#
  7. State Design Pattern Real-time Example
  8. Template Method Design Pattern in C#
  9. Template Method Design Pattern Real-Time Example
  10. Command Design Pattern in C#
  11. Visitor Design Pattern in C#
  12. Strategy Design Pattern in C#
  13. Strategy Design Pattern Real-Time Example – Travel
  14. Strategy Design Pattern Real-Time Example – Payment
  15. Interpreter Design Pattern in C#
  16. Mediator Design Pattern in C#
  17. Memento Design Pattern in C#
Dependency Injection Design Pattern
  1. Dependency Injection Design Pattern in C#
  2. Property and Method Dependency Injection in C#
  3. Dependency Injection using Unity Container in MVC
Repository Design Pattern
  1. Repository Design Pattern in C#
  2. Generic Repository Pattern in C#
  3. Using Both Generic and Non-Generic Repository Patterns in C#
  4. Unit Of Work in Repository Pattern.
Chapter-21 Different Types of Attacks in Software Development
  1. SQL Injection (SQLi) Attack.
  2. Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Attack.
  3. Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Attack.
  4. Session Hijacking/Session Fixation Attack.
  5. Brute Force and Credential Stuffing Attack.
  6. Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF) Attack.
  7. Denial of Service (DoS) and Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) Attacks.
Chapter-22 Unit Testing in .NET
  1. Understanding the importance of unit testing
  2. Basics of NUnit, xUnit, or MSTest frameworks
  3. Setting up a testing project in Visual Studio
  4. Writing your first unit test
  5. Test-Driven Development (TDD)
  6. Introduction to TDD
  7. Writing tests before code
  8. The Red-Green-Refactor cycle
  9. Benefits and challenges of TDD
  10. Advanced Unit Testing Techniques
  11. Data-driven testing
  12. Testing exceptions and error conditions
  13. Mocking with libraries like Moq or NSubstitute
  14. Arrange-Act-Assert (AAA) pattern
  15. Test Organization and Test Suites
  16. Test fixtures and test classes
  17. Grouping and categorizing tests
  18. Test runners and discovery
  19. Running tests in parallel
  20. Code Coverage and Quality Metrics
  21. Understanding code coverage
  22. Tools like Code Coverage in Visual Studio
  23. Interpreting code coverage results
  24. Using metrics to improve code quality
  25. Integration Testing and Isolation
  26. Differences between unit testing and integration testing
  27. Approaches to isolation (dependency injection, fakes, stubs)
  28. Strategies for testing code that interacts with external services and databases.
Chapter-23 C# 11 New Features:
  1. Raw String Literals
  2. Generic Math Support
  3. Generic Attributes
  4. UTF-8 String Literals
  5. Newlines in String Interpolation Expressions
  6. List Patterns
  7. File-Local Types
  8. Required Members
  9. Auto-Default Structs
  10. Pattern match Span<char> on a constant string
  11. Extended nameof scope
  12. Numeric IntPtr
  13. ref fields and scoped ref
Chapter-24 C# 12 New Features:
  1. Primary constructors
  2. Collection expressions
  3. Inline arrays
  4. Optional parameters in lambda expressions
  5. ref readonly parameters
  6. Alias any type
  7. Experimental attribute
  8. Interceptors

Note: If we missed any topics, if any new features are introduced, or if anyone wants to learn any concepts that are not in our Advanced C#.NET Online Training Program Course syllabus, that will also be included as part of this Advanced C#.NET Online Training Program course. If you have any questions, please comment in the comment box.

Get in Touch with the Trainer, Mr. Pranaya Rout:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tutorialsdotnet/
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pranaya-rout/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/RoutPranaya
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@DotNetTutorials
WhatsApp: 91 7021801173
Email: info@dotnettutorials.net
Telegram: https://telegram.me/dotnettutorials

26 thoughts on “C#.NET Online Training Program”

  1. blank

    The training is excellent. Everything is explained in-depth with real-time scenarios. Also, they are providing daily recorded videos and class notes.

  2. blank

    Nice articles, very much helpful for day to day activities in software development, concepts are very clear and in depth, very helpful to gain knowledge on new C# features, Enormous knowledge to become proficient dotnet developer.thanks to all your hard work and effort to giving this for Dotnet community.

  3. blank

    After so many International and national, Online and offline subscriptions, my journey come to end on 19 July 22 it’s my Birthday too, I started a new life in the field of C# it’s like me from zero to hero, we started deep dive into the new world of Advance C# for a beginner. Very clear and detailed description with template to real-time example, at the end of every lesson daily document and session, recorded video. And if something is left we can ask and discuss it. it’s just a start, lots of surprises are about to come, Realy they(Dot net Tutorials) are very helpful. Realy Thank you

  4. blank

    Each and every topic is explained very clearly and in deep. Hope more online classes will be conducted on .net core as well

  5. blank

    One of the best resource to learn C# dotnet. There are very limited resources for C# but your content is too good. I also attended your online live course and its highly recommended.
    Keep sharing your knowledge. Your content provide deep understanding of topics.
    Highly recommended for both beginners and experienced engineers who wants to gain good knowledge of C# dotnet.

  6. blank

    Waste no time looking for a C# course somewhere else.
    The onlive live course is definitely the most complete C# course, paid or otherwise, I was able to find.Material is well presented and explanations are thorough.Pranaya Rout’s leaves no stone unturned and covers every point in detail.
    Highly recommended.

  7. blank

    What can I say about training? It’s simply awesome!! Your teaching method is very different then other’s.
    Why different because, You are from developer background to Tutor. so, In details explanation and practical example’s that make us very easy to understand the concept.

    Your notes and video’s are excellent.

    I appreciate your dedication, effort and Hardworking.

    Highly recommended for beginners and Professionals.

    THANK YOU!! & Wish you to keep it up for further technology.

  8. blank

    Nice articles, very much helpful for day to day activities in software development, concepts and videos are very very clear and in depth. These are very helpful to gain knowledge on new C# features, thanks for all your hard work and effort put in to drive home the concepts in an easy and efficient way. Thanks once again.

  9. blank

    Thank you so much for the effort you put into breaking down complex concepts in a simple manner that even my grand mother can understand. I really appreciate your way of teaching. 👌🏾

  10. blank
    Bhargav Bennalli

    It’s the Best training in the market.. Pranaya sir is the best teacher.. in depth teaching.. its not like any other training institutes which are running behind money.. you will learn everything from scratch here..

  11. blank

    This is the best course so far I have taken. For each and every topic tutor goes from simple to complex gradually. It increases the knowledge and confidence of a programmer. It contains lots of examples for each topic and at the same time explains the theory needed to understand how to create well-functioning and maintainable code. Apart from this, the tutor explains other tools which are needed for understanding the backend side of the code such as ILDASM & ILASM tools. I look forward to the next upcoming Asp .Net Core course with full trust in the tutor’s teaching ability.

  12. blank

    Detailed training and material with all his expert thoughts in action. Thanks a lot for expert service.

  13. blank

    All I can say I gained more than i paid, if you want to learn c# then this is the best training you can get.

  14. blank

    I TQ GOD since i was part of this training ,i’ve learnt alot from this training in deep and comprehensively Coming to pranaya sir sir is very talented and is having lot of strong knowledge and patience ,most appreciated thing is sir Notes Sir puts lot of time and effort in preparing this and sir gives as many examples as you need to understand it completely and correctly

    Every beginner in Dotnet developement must take an initiative to seek this standard and comprehensive knowledge training session

  15. blank

    The methodology Adopted by Pranaya the dotnet tutor is very simple. He explains the concepts in a very simple way, taking simple examples and the gives the practical demonstration of how the concepts explained can be converted to coding. He takes painstaking efforts in preparing the program flow, putup simplified brief explanations of advanced concepts suppliments it with great coding practices. He ensures that every student learns the concepts well & makes all the classes very interactive and Interesting too. Without any doubt I can definitely say that In a world filled with commercial interests leading to shortage of time to allow the students to learn concepts in-depth, here is a great tutor who not only sits with you for more than 90 minutes each day but always achieves the intended target of completing agenda fixed for each day. At the end of the day, he ensures that no students goes disappointed on any count.
    His fee structure is highly affordable and his mission & vision of providing best quality teaching to the needy is highly appreciable. Im one of his student richly benefited with the noble gesture of this kind hearted man. I wish him all success in all his future endeavours. Thank you…..

  16. blank

    The way that basic concepts are explained in this course is really easy to follow, and it also provides daily recorded videos and notes, which is quite helpful.
    Overall, I would rate it as highly useful.
    I appreciate your way of explanation .

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *