Corporate .NET Design Patterns Training Course

Edstellar's .NET Design Patterns instructor-led training course equips teams with skills to effectively implement design patterns in .NET applications. The knowledge of design patterns enhances the code base of professionals and contributes to the sophistication of designs. Elevate your .NET development skills with our Design Patterns training.

24 - 32 hrs
Instructor-led (On-site/Virtual)
Language
English
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.NET Design Patterns Training

Drive Team Excellence with .NET Design Patterns Training for Employees

Empower your teams with expert-led on-site/in-house or virtual/online .NET Design Patterns Training through Edstellar, a premier corporate training company for organizations globally. Our tailored .NET Design Patterns corporate training course equips your employees with the skills, knowledge, and cutting-edge tools needed for success. Designed to meet your specific needs, this .NET Design Patterns group training program ensures your team is primed to drive your business goals. Transform your workforce into a beacon of productivity and efficiency.

Design patterns in .NET are reusable solutions to common software design problems encountered while developing .NET applications. These patterns offer proven solutions to recurring problems, promoting code maintainability, scalability, and flexibility. By implementing design patterns, developers can ensure that their .NET applications are well-structured, easier to maintain, and adaptable to changing requirements. .NET Design Patterns training empowers developers to make informed decisions when designing software architecture, leading to more robust and resilient applications.

The .NET Design Patterns instructor-led training course provided by Edstellar can be customized to meet team requirements. The virtual/onsite .NET Design Patterns training course led by expert trainers guide professionals through the intricacies of various design patterns, empowering them to make informed decisions and apply these patterns to solve complex software design challenges.

Key Skills Employees Gain from .NET Design Patterns Training

.NET Design Patterns skills corporate training will enable teams to effectively apply their learnings at work.

  • Test Design Patterns
  • Refactor Code
  • Design Communication
  • Implement Solutions
  • Code Documentation
  • Pattern Evaluation

Key Learning Outcomes of .NET Design Patterns Training

Edstellar’s .NET Design Patterns training for employees will not only help your teams to acquire fundamental skills but also attain invaluable learning outcomes, enhancing their proficiency and enabling application of knowledge in a professional environment. By completing our .NET Design Patterns workshop, teams will to master essential .NET Design Patterns and also focus on introducing key concepts and principles related to .NET Design Patterns at work.


Employees who complete .NET Design Patterns training will be able to:

  • Test code that utilizes design patterns effectively using unit testing frameworks and strategies
  • Troubleshoot maintainability issues in existing code by recognizing and refactoring code that can benefit from design patterns
  • Communicate design decisions and the rationale behind using design patterns to improve collaboration with other developers
  • Implement effective solutions for common development problems using design patterns within the .NET framework and libraries
  • Develop well-structured and documented code with improved readability and reusability through the application of design patterns
  • Evaluate the trade-offs between different design patterns and select the most suitable one based on specific application requirements
  • Analyze complex software design challenges and break them down into smaller, reusable components using object-oriented principles
  • Design highly maintainable and adaptable .NET applications by applying appropriate creational, structural, and behavioral design patterns

Key Benefits of the .NET Design Patterns Corporate Training

Attending our .NET Design Patterns classes tailored for corporations offers numerous advantages. Through our on-site/in-house or virtual/online .NET Design Patterns training classes, participants will gain confidence and comprehensive insights, enhance their skills, and gain a deeper understanding of .NET Design Patterns.

  • Equips the team with the techniques to design highly maintainable and adaptable .NET applications using design patterns
  • Instills ideas in professionals for improving code readability, reusability, and testability through the application of design patterns
  • Provides insights into best practices for troubleshooting existing code and identifying opportunities for refactoring with design patterns
  • Develops the required skill in professionals to evaluate trade-offs and select the most suitable design pattern for specific application needs
  • Empowers professionals with the skills to solve common development problems with proven design pattern solutions within the .NET framework

.NET Design Patterns Training Topics and Outline

Our virtual and on-premise .NET Design Patterns training curriculum is divided into multiple modules designed by industry experts. This .NET Design Patterns training for organizations provides an interactive learning experience focused on the dynamic demands of the field, making it relevant and practical.

  1. Sources of complexity in software development
    • Business logic vs. technical concerns
    • Tight coupling between components
  2. Managing complexity with design
    • Functional decomposition principles
    • Importance of separation of concerns
    • Designing for maintainability and flexibility
  3. The impact of change on design
    • Understanding evolving requirements
    • Designing for adaptability and extensibility
  1. Core concepts of Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)
    • Objects, classes, and encapsulation
    • Inheritance and polymorphism
    • Interfaces and abstract classes
  2. Applying SOLID principles for good design
    • Single Responsibility Principle (SRP)
    • Open-Closed Principle (OCP)
    • Liskov Substitution Principle (LSP)
    • Interface Segregation Principle (ISP)
    • Dependency Inversion Principle (DIP)
  3. Designing classes and responsibilities
    • Identifying object responsibilities
    • Applying cohesion principles
    • Minimizing coupling between objects
  4. Object lifetime management
    • Constructors and destructors
    • Memory allocation strategies
    • Understanding garbage collection in .NET
  5. Advanced OOP concepts
    • Operator overloading
    • Indexers and properties
    • Events and delegate-based communication
  1. Introduction to UML diagrams
    • Different types of UML diagrams (class diagrams, sequence diagrams)
    • Benefits of using UML for design visualization
  2. Modeling classes and relationships
    • Representing classes, attributes, and operations
    • Visualizing associations and dependencies
    • Using inheritance and generalization in UML
  3. UML for design patterns
    • Documenting design patterns with UML
    • Understanding UML interaction diagrams for behavioral patterns
    • Using UML to communicate design intent
  1. What are design patterns?
    • Definition and purpose of design patterns
    • Benefits of using design patterns
  2. The Gang of Four (GoF) design patterns
    • Overview of creational, structural, and behavioral patterns
    • Selecting appropriate design patterns for your needs
    • When not to use design patterns
  3. Applying design patterns in .NET development
    • Implementing design patterns in C# code
    • Leveraging .NET framework and libraries
    • Best practices for pattern implementation and usage
  1. Adapter pattern
    • Making incompatible interfaces work together
    • Class adapter vs. object adapter implementations
  1. Facade pattern
    • Simplifying complex interfaces with a facade
    • Creating a unified entry point for subsystems
    • When to use facade vs. direct component access
  2. Decorator pattern
    • Dynamically adding functionality to objects at runtime
    • The decorator vs. inheritance dilemma
  3. Proxy pattern
    • Controlling access to objects and functionality
    • Implementing virtual proxy and remote proxy variations
    • Lazy loading and caching with the proxy pattern
  4. Composite pattern
    • Treating hierarchies of objects as a single unit
    • Composing complex structures from simpler ones
  1. Importance of testable code design
    • How design patterns can improve testability
    • Designing for loose coupling and dependency injection
    • Unit testing strategies for design patterns
  2. Unit testing with frameworks like NUnit
    • Setting up unit test projects in Visual Studio
    • Writing unit tests for .NET classes and methods
    • Mocking dependencies for effective isolation testing
  3. Integration testing and Test-Driven Development (TDD)
    • Testing interactions between components
    • TDD principles and benefits for design pattern implementation
    • Continuously integrating tests with development workflow
  1. Observer pattern
    • Implementing publish-subscribe communication
    • Defining observer and subject interfaces
    • Real-world scenarios for the observer pattern (event handling)
  2. Strategy pattern
    • Defining families of algorithms and switching between them
    • Implementing strategies with interfaces and encapsulation
    • Dynamically changing algorithms at runtime
  3. Template method pattern
    • Defining an algorithm skeleton with variations
    • Subclasses overriding steps for specific implementations
    • Implementing common functionality with hooks for customization
  1. Iterator pattern
    • Accessing elements of a collection sequentially
    • Implementing the iterator interface for different collection types
    • Separating the iteration logic from the collection itself
  1. Bridge pattern
    • Decoupling implementation from abstraction
    • Separating interfaces from concrete implementations
    • Dynamically changing implementations at runtime
  2. Flyweight pattern
    • Reducing memory usage by sharing extrinsic state
    • Implementing object pools for reusable objects
    • When to use flyweight for efficient memory management
  3. Composite pattern (advanced topics)
    • Visitor pattern and double dispatch with composite
    • Implementing visitor for operations on composite structures
    • Advanced techniques for working with hierarchies
  4. Decorator pattern (advanced topics)
    • Implementing decorator with inheritance vs. composition
    • Advanced decorator usage scenarios (logging, caching)
    • Thread-safety considerations for decorator implementations
  5. Facade pattern (advanced topics)
    • Facade subsystems and simplifying complex APIs
    • Security and access control with facade implementations
    • Testing considerations for facade patterns
  1. Chain of responsibility pattern
    • Handling requests by passing them along a chain of objects
    • Implementing handlers and defining the chain of responsibility
    • Real-world applications of chain of responsibility (middleware)
  2. State pattern
    • Allowing an object to alter its behavior based on its state
    • Implementing state objects and transitions between states
    • State pattern for finite state machines and game development
  3. Memento pattern
    • Taking and restoring snapshots of an object's state
    • Implementing memento for undo/redo functionality
    • Implementing the caretaker object for managing memento snapshots
  4. Visitor pattern
    • Defining separate operations for different object types
    • Implementing the visitor interface and concrete visitor classes
    • Avoiding double dispatch with visitor and other patterns
  5. Mediator pattern
    • Facilitating communication between objects without direct dependencies
    • Implementing the mediator object for centralized coordination
    • Decoupling objects and improving maintainability with mediator
  1. Singleton pattern
    • Ensuring a class only has one instance
    • Implementing thread-safe singleton creation
    • When to use (and when to avoid) the singleton pattern
  2. Factory method pattern
    • Defining an interface for creating objects
    • Subclasses implementing factory methods for specific product types
    • Promoting loose coupling and open-closed design with factories
  3. Abstract factory pattern
    • Creating families of related objects without specifying concrete types
    • Implementing abstract factories for product hierarchies
    • When to use abstract factory vs. factory method
  4. Builder pattern
    • Constructing complex objects step-by-step
    • Implementing separate steps for building object states
    • Improving code readability and flexibility with builders
  5. Prototype pattern
    • Cloning objects to create new instances
    • Implementing deep vs. shallow copying for prototypes
    • When to use prototyping for efficient object creation
  1. Understanding the MVC architectural pattern
    • Separation of concerns in MVC (Model, View, Controller)
    • Benefits of MVC for building web applications
    • Implementing MVC with ASP.NET MVC framework
  2. Implementing data access with the model
    • Data binding and data persistence in MVC
    • Working with Entity Framework or ADO.NET for data access
    • Implementing business logic and data validation in the model
  3. Handling user interaction with the controller
    • Processing user requests and updating the model
    • Selecting views and rendering data in the response
    • Implementing routing and URL mapping in MVC applications
  1. Layered architecture
    • Organizing an application into independent layers (presentation, business logic, data access)
    • Benefits of layered architecture for maintainability and reusability
    • Implementing layered architecture with .NET frameworks
  2. Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)
    • Building applications as loosely coupled services
    • Implementing service contracts, discovery, and communication
    • Benefits and challenges of SOA in enterprise development
  3. Domain-Driven Design (DDD)
    • Aligning software design with the problem domain
    • Core concepts of DDD like entities, aggregates, and value objects
    • Implementing DDD patterns for rich domain models

.NET Design Patterns Corporate Training Prices

Our .NET Design Patterns training for enterprise teams is tailored to your specific upskilling needs. Explore transparent pricing options that fit your training budget, whether you're training a small group or a large team. Discover more about our .NET Design Patterns training cost and take the first step toward maximizing your team's potential.

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.NET Design Patterns Course Completion Certificate

Upon successful completion of the .NET Design Patterns training course offered by Edstellar, employees receive a course completion certificate, symbolizing their dedication to ongoing learning and professional development. This certificate validates the employees' acquired skills and serves as a powerful motivator, inspiring them to further enhance their expertise and contribute effectively to organizational success.

Target Audience for .NET Design Patterns Training Course

The .NET Design Patterns training course is ideal for software developers, software engineers, and system architects.

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Prerequisites for .NET Design Patterns Training

Professionals with familiarity with the .NET Framework and its core concepts can take up the .NET Design Patterns training course.

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At Edstellar, we understand the importance of impactful and engaging training for employees. To ensure the training is more interactive, we offer Face-to-Face onsite/in-house or virtual/online .NET Design Patterns training for companies. This method has proven to be the most effective, outcome-oriented and well-rounded training experience to get the best training results for your teams.

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