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.NET Courses

.NET is an open source platform for application development created by Microsoft. With .NET you can use various languages, especially C #, for the development of web, mobile and desktop applications. SpiralTrain provides both basic and advanced training courses in .NET. Visit our LinkedIn, Facebook or Instagram page for an impression of SpiralTrain. Click on the links below for more information and the schedule.

.NET Course List

Course Blazor
Course Blazor
Code: NET650
First start: 22-12-2022
2 days € 1199
Course Asynchronous Programming in C#
Course Asynchronous Programming in C#
Code: NET900
First start: 29-12-2022
2 days € 1299
C# Course for Testers
Course C# for Testers
Code: NET800
First start: 23-01-2023
3 days € 1650
Course .NET Overview
Course .NET Overview
Code: NET100
First start: 12-12-2022
1 day € 599
Course C# Programming
Course C# Programming
Code: NET200
First start: 09-01-2023
5 days € 2450
Course ASP.NET Web Development
Course ASP.NET Web Development
Code: NET300
First start: 10-01-2023
4 days € 1999
Course Web Services in .NET
Course Web Services in .NET
Code: NET400
First start: 19-12-2022
4 days € 1999
Course Xamarin Fundamentals
Course Xamarin Fundamentals
Code: MOB500
First start: 26-01-2023
2 days € 1199
Xamarin Mobile Development Course
Course Xamarin Mobile Development
Code: MOB550
First start: 09-01-2023
4 days € 2250
Course XAML Programming
Course XAML Programming
Code: NET500
First start: 06-02-2023
2 days € 1199

Common Language Runtime

.NET consists of a large number of classes that the developer can use when creating applications. A compiler translates source code into Microsoft Intermediate Language (MSIL). The MSIL code is then converted to machine code by the Common Language Runtime (CLR) with just-in-time compilation and executed.

.NET Framework

.NET is clearly inspired by Java. After Microsoft extended the Java Virtual Machine for better compatibility with the Windows platform, in violation of the licensing terms of Sun Microsystems, the owner of Java, Java for Windows was banned by court. Microsoft then decided to develop the .NET framework. .NET combines the advantages of Java with great compatibility with existing Windows programming environments. This makes .NET an interesting platform.

.NET Core

The latest version of .NET is .NET Core. This version is not only available for Windows , but also for MacOS and Linux and is also a lot faster.