.NET Core is the reimagining of the mature and respected .NET framework by Microsoft as well as many of technologies built upon it. Developed with the three focuses of Open-Source, Cross Platform and simplification of code linking them together through a single shared code-base. This has been done all while keeping the various enterprise level and security features that the previous .NET’s reputation was built upon.
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All components of .NET Core have been developed with community involvement on Github. This means that the features and implications directly reflect the skills of the developers as well as the desires of the entire community.
Being based on the original .NET platform and backed by industry leader Microsoft, .NET Core continues to keep the security standard that many companies came to respect in its original design with its own port of the esteemed Microsoft Identity library.
Breaking the mold and throwing off the mantle of past expectations, Microsoft developed .NET Core from its initial conception to be completely XPlatform and support all major systems for both development and code execution.
With the integration of NuGet, the .NET Core system is built to be completely modular requiring the importing of smaller packages rather than one large assembly that contains most all core functionality. These packages are contained as feature centric blocks to allow for more of an agile development model.
Here are the topics and technologies we teach to train you to become a .NET Core Developer.
C# • .NET Core • NancyFx • ASP.NET Core • MySQL • Dapper • Entity Framework Core • Azure and AWS • Microsoft Cognitive Services
Using Visual Studio Code • Compilation and Debugging • OOP in C# • CRUD Operations • MVC Framework and Design Patterns • AJAX and APIs • Application Deployment
At Coding Dojo, we offer a range of online and on-campus courses to learn .NET Core.
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