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Developing and Deploying Secure Microsoft .NET Framework Applications


This three-day course teaches developers to develop and deploy secure Microsoft .NET client applications by using Microsoft Visual Studio® .NET and the Microsoft .NET Framework. The course provides an overview of security; discusses design issues, including threat modeling techniques and coding techniques that enhance security; and explains why type-safety verification is the cornerstone of Microsoft .NET Framework security. This course provides side-by-side coding examples and activities written in both Microsoft Visual Basic® .NET and Microsoft Visual C#.


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Developers who will gain the most from this course have a working understanding of the .NET Framework and some project experience writing .NET Framework client applications by using either Visual Basic .NET or Visual C#. Before attending this course, students must have:

Experience developing applications by using the .NET Framework, including using:

The common language runtime

  • Managed execution
  • Basic file I/O classes, such as the FileStream class

Programming experience with Visual Basic .NET or Visual C#, including:

  • Opening, building, running, and debugging projects in Visual Studio .NET
  • Declaring variables and using loops and conditional statements
  • Creating classes and methods
  • Using attributes
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