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Master .NET 2010 Windows Developer MCTS Certificacion Oficial Microsoft Visual Studio

Master .NET 2010 Windows Developer MCTS Certificacion Oficial Microsoft Visual Studio
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El Master .NET 2010 Windows Developer MCTS Certificación Oficial Microsoft Visual Studio es presencial y se imparte en Madrid. Tiene una duración de 105 horas. Se imparte tanto en Visual Basic como en C#.


Microsoft .NET es la plataforma de Microsoft para la creación y el uso de servicios Web XML (Extensible Markup Language, Lenguaje de marcado extensible). Esta plataforma permitirá a los desarrolladores la creación de programas que trasciendan los límites de los dispositivos y aprovechen la conectividad de Internet, además de ayudarles a ser más productivos con su tiempo. La plataforma .NET representa también un cambio fundamental en la tecnología de desarrollo, permitiendo la integración de software en el entorno de ejecución seguro de .NET Framework 4

Las certificaciones MCTS (Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist) demuestran que dispones de las habilidades y conocimientos necesarios para desarrollar aplicaciones Windows en la plataforma Microsoft .NET 2010.

En Cas Training ponemos a tu disposición la posibilidad de obtener la certificación MCTS en tres variantes que componen la ruta hacia la certificación MCPD Windows Developer 4:

- Technology Specialist: .NET Framework 4, Windows Applications
- Technology Specialist: .NET Framework 4, Service Communication Applications
- Technology Specialist: .NET Framework 4, Data Access

Encontrarás que un gran número de empresas y grandes consultoras del sector de las nuevas tecnologías, exigen que dispongas de las certificaciones del Fabricante para incorporarte a uno de sus proyectos de desarrollo. Puesto que dicha titulación es nueva en el sector de las IT, los profesionales avalados por Microsoft como especialistas en Visual Basic .NET 2010 son altamente demandados.

Profesorado
- Profesionales avalados por el fabricante - MCT (Microsoft Certified Trainers)

Material
- Archivador personalizado con Block de notas y bolígrafo
- Carpeta con temporalización completa del Curso
- Documentación Oficial de Microsoft
- Certificado de asistencia y aprovechamiento de CAS TRAINING

Metodología

Nuestros Masters están basados en métodos docentes que facultan al profesor y orientan al alumno con el fin de conseguir un proceso evolutivo favorable de aprendizaje que permita mantener a los alumnos motivados y estimulados positivamente.
- Detección de las necesidades: Se realiza un análisis del mercado laboral actual, y con las carencias observadas, se desarrollan los planes de formación.
- Plan de acción: su diseño radica en que los contenidos estén siempre acorde con su temporalización y permitan el tiempo necesario para la asimilación de los conceptos.  También se desarrolla el material didáctico y la documentación oficial de acuerdo con las materias, incorporando a las aulas la última tecnología necesaria.
- Proceso formativo: Se ejecutan distintas metodologías según el momento. Ninguna es excluyente de la otra, sino que se combinan y desarrollan según la necesidad. En todo momento se alternan las explicaciones teóricas con la elaboración de ejercicios prácticos, siempre relacionados con casos reales. Se incrementan paulatinamente los niveles de complejidad, asegurándonos de eliminar cualquier laguna que pueda perjudicar la asimilación de conceptos de mayor dificultad.
- Análisis de resultados: A lo largo del Master, el plan de formación será evaluado de forma continua pudiendo cerrar cada módulo con la certeza que los conocimientos han sido comprendidos y aprendidos. En la etapa final se analizará el proyecto en su conjunto, valorando la calidad obtenida y si los efectos conseguidos son los esperados.

Destinatarios del Máster

- Personas con conocimientos de programación en Visual Basic, con mínimo un año de experiencia.
- FP II / III en Informática.
- Titulados Universitarios.
- Titulados en carreras técnicas.
- Profesionales que deseen actualizar sus conocimientos.

Objetivos del Máster

Objetivos de Certificación
MCTS en Visual Basic .NET
- Exam 70-511: TS: Windows Applications Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4
- 70-513: TS: Windows Communication Foundation Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4
- 70-516: TS: Accessing Data with Microsoft .NET Framework 4

Temario del Máster

MCTS: .NET Framework 4, Windows Applications (Examen 70-511: TS: Windows Applications Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4)
Curso 10262A: Developing Windows Applications with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010


Module 1: Windows Client Application Design
The goal of this module is to ensure that students understand how varying business requirements influence the design decisions when planning a Windows Client application. Students will learn how design requirements, specifications, and business goals affect the choice between WPF and Windows Forms when updating (or planning a new) Windows Client application.
- Windows Client Technologies
- Architectural Patterns
- Interoperability between Windows Forms and WPF

Module 2: Introduction to Visual Studio 2010 and WPF Version 4
The goal of this module is to introduce students to the new features that Visual Studio 2010 and WPF version 4 provide
- What’s New in Visual Studio 2010?
- What’s New in WPF Version 4

Module 3: Designing and Developing a User Interface
The goal of this module is to teach the student how to design and build a UI that provides the expected end-user experience and UI functionality, and retains that experience/functionality in various end-user environments, as well as when the application window resizes.
- Defining Page Layout
- Using Content Controls
- Using Item Controls
- Sharing Logical Resources in a Window

Module 4: Taking Control of the User Interface
The goal of this module is to enable students to create a consistent and manageable user interface.- Sharing Logical Resources in an Application
- Creating Consistent User Interfaces by Using Styles
- Changing the Appearance of Controls by Using Templates
- Handling Events and Commands

Module 5: Testing, Unit Testing, and Debugging
The goal of this module is to help students to develop good habits in regard to testing as well as enabling students to debug their applications. Students will also learn about advanced exception handling pertaining directly to Windows Client application scenarios
- WPF Testing Strategies
- Debugging XAML
- Providing User Feedback for Unhandled Exceptions
- Understanding Security Features

Module 6: Simple Data Binding and Validation
The goal of this module is to teach the student how to implement simple data binding and data validation in order to manage data in a data source (CRUD). In addition to learning how to bind a value to a UI element, the student should learn best practices concerning when to use the various implementations of data binding and how to connect to a data source with LINQ.
- Overview of Data Binding
- Creating a Data Binding
- Implementing Property Change Notification
- Converting Data
- Validating Data
- Presenting Data at Design Time

Module 7: Data Binding to Collections
The goal of this module is to enable the student to implement more advanced data binding scenarios, picking up where the previous module on data binding left off. The student will learn how to bind to ListView, GridView, DataGrid, and other collection classes.
- Binding to Collections of Objects
- Using Collection Views
- Creating Master-Detail User Interfaces
- Using Data Templates
- Presenting Design Time Data Collections

Module 8: Enhancing UI Responsiveness
The goal of this module is to teach the students how coding techniques can be used to improve the responsiveness of their applications.
- Implementing Asynchronous Processes
- Implementing Responsive User Interfaces

Module 9: Integrating Localization and User Assistance Features
The goal of this module is to teach students how to implement localization, user assistance, and accessibility features within an application.
- Localization and Globalization
- Implementing User Assistance Features
- Providing User Accessibility FeaturesM

Module 10: WPF 2D Graphics, Multimedia, and Printing
The goal of this module is to teach the students the basics of graphics in WPF. The module will also provide an overview of multimedia (audio and video).
- Displaying 2D Graphics
- Displaying Images
- Adding Multimedia to WPF Applications
- Creating and Printing Documents

Module 11: Control Customization
The goal of this module is to teach students how to customize controls and introduce students to custom controls.
- Overview of Control Authoring
- Creating User Controls
- Creating Custom Controls
- Managing Control Appearance by Using Visual States
- Integrating WPF and Windows Forms

Module 12: Attached Properties and Behaviors in WPF
The goal of this module is to teach the students how to implement application behaviors based on user actions or application events by using attached properties and Expression Blend behaviors.
- Implementing Attached Properties
- Implementing Drag-and-Drop User Interfaces
- Implementing Expression Blend Behaviors, Triggers and Actions

Module 13: Animations in WPF
The goal of this module is to teach the student how to implement animations and to teach students how to develop data visualization within their applications in a manner that enables the application user to drill down into data visually. Students should also learn when animations should be used and why.
- Using Animations
- Using Triggers
- Implementing Data Visualizations

Module 14: Application State, Settings, and Lifecycle
The goal of this module is to teach students how to manage application state and settings throughout the application lifecycle.
- Creating Application Settings
- Consuming Application Settings
- Creating Custom Configuration Sections

Module 15: Configure and Deploy Windows Client Applications
The goal of this module is to teach students how to deploy their applications using the various methods supported by Visual Studio 2010.
- Deployment Options- Deploying a Standalone WPF Application
- Deploying an XBAP Application
- Configuring Security Settings


MCTS: .NET Framework 4, Service Communication Applications (Examen 70-513: TS: Windows Communication Foundation Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4)
Curso 10263A: Developing Windows Communication Foundation Solutions with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010


Module 1: Service-Oriented Architecture
This module explains how to design SOAs, how to adhere to SOA tenets, and how to leverage the benefits of SOA scenarios using WCF.
- What Is SOA?
- The Benefits of SOA
- Scenarios and Standards
- Introduction to WCF

Module 2: Getting Started with Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation Development
This module describes how to implement a WCF service from the beginning, including defining a contract, implementing the contract, hosting the service, configuring endpoints, and configuring bindings. It also explains how to create a proxy to a WCF service using a channel factory, and using the Add Service Reference dialog box in Visual Studio 2010.
- Service Contract and Implementation
- Hosting WCF Services
- WCF Behaviors
- Consuming WCF Services

Module 3: Hosting Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation Services
This module explains how to host WCF services using Windows Services, Internet Information Services (IIS) and Windows Process Activation Service (WAS), and Windows Server AppFabric. This module describes how to choose the appropriate host, and how to configure it properly for your service’s optimal operation.
- WCF Service Hosts- ServiceHost
- Hosting WCF Services in Windows Services- IIS, WAS, and AppFabric
- Configuring WCF Hosts
- Service Hosting Best Practices

Module 4: Defining and Implementing Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation Contracts
This module describes how to define WCF service contracts, data contracts, and message contracts. This module explains how to design WCF contracts appropriately, and how to modify WCF contracts according to the selected messaging pattern.
- What Is a Contract?
- Contract Types
- Messaging Patterns
- Designing WCF Contracts

Module 5: Endpoints and Behaviors
This module describes how to expose multiple endpoints from a WCF service, how to automatically discover services and make services discoverable, how to configure instancing and concurrency modes for services, and how to improve service reliability with transactions and message queues.
- Multiple Endpoints and Interoperability
- WCF Discovery
- WCF Default Endpoints
- Instancing and Concurrency
- Reliability

Module 6: Testing and Troubleshooting Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation Services
This module describes how to diagnose errors and problem root causes in WCF services, and how to configure services to expose fault information. It also explains how to use tracing, message logging, and other diagnostic and governance tools for monitoring services at runtime.
- Errors and Symptoms
- WCF Faults
- Debugging and Diagnostics Tools
- Runtime Governance

Module 7: Security
This module explains how to design secure applications, how to implement WCF security on both the message level and the transport level, how to integrate authentication and authorization into service code, and how to apply claim-based identity management in federated scenarios.
- Introduction to Application Security
- The WCF Security Model
- Transport and Message Security
- Authentication and Authorization
- Claim-Based Identity

Module 8: Introduction to Advanced Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation Topics
This module explains how to improve service throughput and responsiveness using the asynchronous invocation pattern, and how to extend WCF services using inspectors, behaviors, and host extensions. It also describes how to use the WCF routing service for improving service reliability, and how to use Workflow Services to orchestrate long-running, durable, service work.
- The Asynchronous Invocation Pattern
- Extending WCF
- Routing
- Workflow Services


MCTS: .NET Framework 4, Data Access (Examen 70-516: TS: Accessing Data with Microsoft .NET Framework 4)
Curso 10265A: Developing Data Access Solutions with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010


Module 1: Architecture and Data Access Technologies
This module describes the commonly used data access technologies and scenarios in which you are likely to use them.
- Data Access Technologies
- Data Access Scenarios

Module 2: Building Entity Data Models
This module introduces the concepts of data modeling, and in particular, Entity Data Models (EDMs). It explains how you can use EDMs to decouple the conceptual data structure in your applications from the logical data structure in the data store.
- Introduction to Entity Data Models
- Modifying the Entity Data Model
- Customizing the Entity Data Model

Module 3: Querying Entity Data
This module explains how to query an entity data model by using common methods such as LINQ to Entities, Entity SQL, and the classes in the EntityClient namespace.
- Retrieving Data by Using LINQ to Entities
- Retrieving Data by Using Entity SQL
- Retrieving Data by Using EntityClient Provider
- Retrieving Data by Using Stored Procedures
- Unit Testing Your Data Access Code

Module 4: Creating, Updating, and Deleting Entity Data
This module introduces you to the ways that the Entity Framework enables you to modify the data in your database. You apply changes to the entities managed by the ObjectContext class. The ObjectContext class is responsible for tracking all changes to entities and then persisting these changes to the database on request.
- Understanding Change Tracking in the Entity Framework
- Modifying Data in an Entity Data Model

Module 5: Handling Multi-User Scenarios by Using Object Services
This module introduces the concurrency model that the Entity Framework uses to address the issues faced by applications that must support multiple users who access the same data simultaneously. It also describes how the Entity Framework can make use of transactions to ensure data integrity.
- Handling Concurrency in the Entity Framework
- Transactional Support in the Entity Framework

Module 6: Building Optimized Solutions by Using Object Services
This module explains best practices for designing and building a scalable, optimized data access layer by using Object Services. The module introduces several techniques that can be used to optimize the performance of queries that execute against the conceptual model.
- The Stages of Query Execution
- Change Tracking and Object Materialization
- Using Compiled Queries
- Using Design-Time Generated Entity Framework Views
- Monitoring Performance
- Performing Asynchronous Data Modifications

Module 7: Customizing Entities and Building Custom Entity Classes
This module describes how to customize and extend entities with your own business logic.
- Overriding Generated Classes
- Using Templates to Customize Entities
- Creating and Using Custom Entity Classes

Module 8: Using POCO Classes with the Entity Framework
This module introduces the ways in which you can define custom entity classes in your Entity Framework application. By default, Microsoft Visual Studio generates a set of entity classes for you from the Entity Data Model (EDM). Instead of these generated classes, you may want to use an existing set of "plain old" CLR objects (POCO) business classes in your application You can also extend the generated entity classes to add custom business functionality to your entity objects.
- Requirements for POCO Classes
- POCO Classes and Lazy Loading
- POCO Classes and Change Tracking
- Extending Entity Types

Module 9: Building an N-Tier Solution by Using the Entity Framework
This module explains how to address the architectural issues that can arise when building an N-Tier enterprise application by using the Entity Framework.
- Designing an N-Tier Solution
- Defining Operations and Implementing Data Transport Structures
- Protecting Data and Operations

Module 10: Handling Updates in an N-Tier Solution by Using the Entity Framework
This module describes how you can handle data modifications in an n-tier solution. The module describes the different strategies for handling modifications that you should use for the different alternative formats for transporting data between tiers: data transfer objects (DTOs), self-tracking entities (STEs), and simple entities (SEs). The module also describes how to manage the exceptions that can occur during the data modification process.
- Tracking Entities and Persisting Changes
- Managing Exceptions in an N-Tier Solution

Module 11: Building Occasionally Connected Solutions
This module describes how to access offline or occasionally connected data in client applications.
- Offline Data Caching by Using XML
- Using the Sync Framework

Module 12: Querying Data by Using WCF Data Services
Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Data Services enable you to create highly flexible data services that can be used to provide access to data across the Internet or a corporate network. You can access these services by using REST-style URIs, and they can be easily consumed by a wide variety of applications. As WCF Data Services are build on top of standard Internet protocols such as HTTP and the Atom Publishing Protocol, they are an ideal choice for delivering data to AJAX applications and Rich Interactive Applications built using technologies such as Microsoft Silverlight.
- Introduction to WCF Data Services
- Creating a WCF Data Service
- Consuming a WCF Data Service
- Protecting Data and Operations in a WCF Data Service

Module 13: Updating Data by Using WCF Data Services
This module describes how to use WCF Data Services to create, update, and delete data. WCF Data Services use standard internet protocols such as HTTP and the Atom Publishing Protocol to enable update access to data across the Internet or a corporate network.
- Creating, Updating, and Deleting Data in a WCF Data Service
- Preventing Unauthorized Updates and Improving Performance
- Using WCF Data Services with Nonrelational Data

Module 14: Using ADO.NET
ADO.NET is a highly flexible framework for building applications that require access to data held in a data source. This module introduces ADO.NET and explains how you can use it to develop scalable, high-performance, data-driven applications.
- Retrieving and Modifying Data by Using ADO.NET Commands
- Retrieving and Modifying Data by Using DataSets
- Managing Transactions and Concurrency in Multiuser Scenarios

Module 15: Using LINQ to SQL
ADO.NET provides a mechanism that enables you to build applications that can query and maintain data that is held in a variety of sources in a database-agnostic manner. However, building applications by using ADO.NET requires that you are familiar with the Structured Query Language (SQL) language and features of the database management system that you are connecting to. Language-Integrated Query (LINQ) to SQL provides a higher-level abstraction for managing data that is held in a Microsoft SQL Server database, and is an ideal stepping stone for migrating ADO.NET applications toward the ADO.NET Entity Framework. This module introduces LINQ to SQL and explains how you can use it to abstract the low-level details of ADO.NET queries by developing against a logical data model.
- Implementing a Logical Data Model by Using LINQ to SQL
- Managing Performance and Handling Concurrency

Duración del Máster

Horario
De Lunes a Jueves de 19:00 a 22:00 horas

Duración
2 meses (aproximadamente)
Fecha de inicio: Según calendario

Horas Lectivas
- 105 horas lectivas y guiadas por el Instructor.

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El rango salarial de los alumnos que realizaron el Master .NET 2010 Windows Developer MCTS Certificacion Oficial Microsoft Visual Studio entre los 20.000€ y los 45.000€ brutos anuales de media.

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El porcentaje medio de los alumnos que encontraron empleo tras realizar el Master .NET 2010 Windows Developer MCTS Certificacion Oficial Microsoft Visual Studio fue de un 55% siendo el resto de los alumnos matriculados profesionales del sector que realizaron el curso contando con un puesto de trabajo.

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