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Intermediate VB training course - Classes, LINQ and Entity Frameworks

£795 + VAT for most venues (£895 + VAT for London)

2 days

This intermediate-level Visual Basic course assumes that you already know how to create variables, test conditions and write simple loops in VB.  However, you don't know how to create classes (or at least, don't reallly understand why you'd need to), and you're still a LINQ virgin!

We don't have any dates scheduled for this course, but we may well consider adding them - it's always worth asking & nbsp; (or consider an onsite Visual Basic training course).

Course Contents

The content of this course are as follows:

Designing classes

  • Training topicWhat classes are
  • Training topicExamples of using classes
  • Training topicProperty or method?

Creating classes

  • Training topicInstantiating objects
  • Training topicRO, WO and RW properties
  • Training topicCreating methods
  • Training topicOverloading methods

Lists

  • Training topicThe wonderful VB list
  • Training topicAdding and removing items
  • Training topicFinding items

Basic LINQ syntax

  • Training topicCreating queries
  • Training topicExecuting a query
  • Training topicImmediate and deferred execution

Selecting data with LINQ

  • Training topicThe WHERE clause
  • Training topicSelecting fields
  • Training topicUsing LET for expressions

LINQ data sources

  • Training topicThe IEnumerable interface
  • Training topicArrays and lists
  • Training topicOther valid data sources

Types of EF model

  • Training topicCode first - pros and cons
  • Training topicModel first disadvantages
  • Training topicDatabase first

Entity frameworks

  • Training topicDatabase first entity models
  • Training topicUpdating models

LINQ and EF

  • Training topicSelecting rows/columns
  • Training topicInserting rows
  • Training topicDeleting rows
  • Training topicUpdating data

Advaned EF LINQ

  • Training topicAnonymous types
  • Training topicStored procedures
  • Training topicPartial classes

You should not attend this course if you are a beginner at VB programming (if you are, have a look at our two-day introduction to VB course instead).

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Sample customer feedback

"Great materials. Well informed. Answered all questions."

Joe Stent (Berkeley Group)

"Manual very comprehensive. Exercises practical and fed well into course structure."

Natalie Heppenstall (Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons)

"Good content delivered in an easy-to-understand manner, without over-complicating. Been on previous courses & good experience, so natural progression."

Daniel Gates (ICE Futures Europe)

"l thought the course was fantastic and really helpful and the training materials were of a really high standard. It is not often when going on a training course that you can work through the training and manual afterwards which is a credit to Wise Owl Training. I also wanted to thank your excellent trainer; his style of teaching was very good. He has a lot of patience with less experienced people like myself and was always willing to help us when we got stuck. I would definitely like to attend some other courses."

John Groves (Kinase Consulting Limited)

"Well thought out course, small class size so able to ask question; also given enough content to take away. Referred by colleague, would refer to others."

Mark Anderton (NHS Leeds CCG)

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