Building Windows Applications SuccessPath


You should have experience working with C# or Visual Basic, and with .NET Framework.


This path will get you started with Windows application development. You will learn how to use Visual Studio and the .NET Framework to make it easier to build rich, robust, enterprise-level Windows desktop applications. You will be introduced to LINQ and the new client-side data support, as well as WMI, WCF, working with DataGrids, deployment, serialization, and much more. You will learn how the flexibility and richness of WPF makes it possible to create applications unlike any you could create previously. You will go on to explore WCF including fundamentals, configuring, securing and deploying.

Building Windows Applications

Course Path

Building Windows Applications

72+ hours covering 163 topics

Course TitleTopicsRuntimeSkill LevelTrailer
Developing Applications Using C# 2008/2010: Vol 1 43 20h 30m Intermediate N/A
Developing Applications Using C# 2008/2010: Vol 2 36 15h 40m Intermediate N/A
Dev Apps C# 2008: Enterprise, Mobile, and Security 31 12h 23m Intermediate N/A
Windows Presentation Foundation Using Visual C# 2010 38 19h 49m Advanced N/A
WCF 2012: Fundamentals, Securing, and Azure
WCF 2012, Part 1: Fundamentals 4 1h 19m Intermediate
WCF 2012, Part 2: Configuring 5 0h 57m Intermediate
WCF 2012, Part 3: Securing and Deploying 6 2h 8m Intermediate