Core .Net

Transformative Design Driven Learning

Course Description

This course provides students with an in-depth knowledge of .NET programming, with emphasis on object-oriented and component-based approaches. The basic concepts of the multilayer software architecture will also be introduced. The course covers advanced programming topics such as polymorphic techniques based on inheritance, abstract classes and interfaces, .NET assemblies, versioning, application domain, serialization, class libraries, control libraries, user controls, synchronous and asynchronous programming using delegates and events, attributes.

The curriculum also covers Design Patterns and basic MVC. Visual Studio will be used as the development environment, and C# is used as programming languages.

Why Choose this Course?

  • Self Paced, Mentor-led course
  • Learning by building a portfolio of Projects
  • Group Session
  • Course Certificate
  • Career Opportunities
  • Presenting an accelerated introduction to object-oriented programming in C# focusing on language features supported by .NET frameworks using the Visual Studio IDE.
  • Including design, code and test projects involving namespaces, simple, abstract anonymous and partial classes, structures, enums.
  • Creating Interfaces, delegates and events exceptions; LINQ, generic collections.
  • Experiencing with UML class diagrams, object-oriented concepts.
  • Creating a requirement model using UML class notations and use cases based on statements of user requirements.
  • Comprehending enough C# to see how to create software that implements the OO Design models using UML class Notations.
  • Describing the purpose of design patterns.
  • Understanding the ways that design patterns are documented and classified.
  • Understanding fundamentals of object - oriented programming in C#, including defining classes,invoking methods using classes libraries etc.
  • Writing a MVC application using C# and Design Patterns

Before You Start

  • Orientation with Techlabs
  • 20 hours of pre-course study is required for each phase of your track. Pre-course study should be completed during your orientation week, and a week before you begin the second phase of your track. Course materials will be provided after the orientation to help you with the pre-course study.


Concepts Covered:
  • Objects
  • Types and References
  • Accessibility Levels
  • Defining Methods
  • Encapsulation
  • Static and Instance members
  • Reading and Writing Files
  • Exception Handling
  • Events and delegates
  • LINQ
  • Inheritance


Concepts Covered:
  • Designing apps
  • Gathering requirements
  • Good Design
  • Flexible Software
  • Solving really big problem
  • Architecture
  • Design principle
  • SOLID implementation

Design Patterns

Concepts Covered:
  • Introduction to design pattern
  • Observer Pattern
  • Decorator pattern
  • Factory vs Factory Method vs Abstract Factory
  • Singleton Pattern
  • Command Pattern
  • Adapter Pattern
  • Facade Pattern
  • Template Method Pattern
  • Iterator Pattern
  • Composite Pattern

ASP.Net Webforms

Concepts Covered:
  • Understanding Data Binding in ASP.NET
  • Data Source Controls
  • SqlDataSource
  • ObjectDataSource
  • Data Control
  • GridView,DataRepeater,DataList and DataViews
  • Binary Reader and Writer
  • Directory,File,DirectoryInfo and FileInfo
  • StreamReader and StreamWriter
  • ASP.NET Authentication
  • Windows Authentication
  • Forms Authentication
  • User Level
  • Role Based
  • Statement in ASP.NET

Our Core (.Net) mentors are expert full stack developers with their expertise in ASP.Net, Design Patterns, test driven development, database schema design, OOAD, ASP.Net, Entity framework, WCF, Domain Understanding and Code quality tools.

Our mentors have a solid knowledge of designing and creating key user facing applications in ASP.Net.They are the industry experts with more than 5 years of experience and are happy to share their knowledge that would help students transform into competent professionals.

You will complete at least 4 complete projects during the Project Phase. Projects are designed to challenge you and test your concept understanding while providing guidance to keep you on track. A project is completed when all its requirements are implemented and approved by your mentor.

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  • Learn how to design a perfect system from user stories.
  • Learn how to solve real world problems using design patterns.
  • Learn how to solve the complexity of the problem that challenges your programming skills by focusing on cean code ,code readability and Design principles.

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  • Learn how to design a perfect system from user stories.
  • Focus on Clean code ,code readability and Design principles.

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  • Understanding the importance of naming conventions and code quality


  • Certification of Techlabs will be provided upon completion of the course and consent of the mentors

Techlabs provides a holistic collection of curriculum and placement opportunities reserved for the students of Enterprise Solutions Web Developer courses. Get placed at an MNC from day 1 upon your selection for a course.

Job Prep

Techlabs (ESWD) courses include dedicated material to review with an experienced mentor in preparation for the recruiting process to become a developer. Students create polished portfolios of 6-10 (big and small) projects that demonstrate job-ready coding skills to prospective employers.

Employer Network

While Techlabs maintains an Employer Network to supplement your search, it also heavily emphasizes on the skills and processes you need to conduct a successful job search independently. Techlabs has launched the ESWD course for students who have graduated or are about to graduate and help send their required coursework, projects, and Job Prep material to some of the growing collection of companies in the Techlabs Employer Network after making sure their job requirements match the skills, interests and geographic preferences of each of the graduates.


Engineering (B.E IT/Comp) students committed to becoming software developers - Diploma/Degree holders.

Passion for Coding:

You've demonstrated your passion by beginning to learn on your own. You have the determination to become a developer whether you get into Techlabs or not


We look for students who are considerate, understanding, helpful and generally pleasant to be around.