Getting Started With Application Development

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/getting-started-app-development

Getting Started With Application Development
In this course, you will learn a detailed, step-by-step application development method in C#. You will learn about the application model that we use for large scale projects, what the common elements of our application model are, and how we use dependency injection to decouple application state from the application code. We will also cover the basics of .NET standard and common usage patterns, including methods, dependency injection, and shared libraries. We will also cover the basics of using LINQ to make your code more efficient and to enable you to use common data structures such as Lists and Reductions. You will also learn the basics of using .NET standard and common usage patterns, including methods, dependency injection, and shared libraries. We will also cover the basics of using .NET standard and common usage patterns, including methods, dependency injection, and shared libraries. We will also cover the basics of using LINQ to make your code more efficient and to enable you to use common data structures such as Lists and Reductions. You will also learn the basics of using .NET standard and common usage patterns, including methods, dependency injection, and shared libraries. We will also cover the basics of using LINQ to make your code more efficient and to enable you to use common data structures such as Lists and Reductions. You will also learn the basics of using LINQ to make your code more efficient and to enable you to use common data structures such as Lists and Reductions. This course is designed to act as a gateway to more advanced course on Modeling Application Programs. The course is structured around five key topics: Application Modeling, Data Binding, Dependency Injection, and Shared Libraries, and their Subprograms and Drivers. Throughout the course, you will work through a large number of examples and projects. You will also have an opportunity to apply your learning across multiple sessions. This is the second course in the .NET Framework and it will be a tough course to grade since you will work through so many examples and projects.

What You’ll Learn:

How we design for efficiency
We use LINQ to decouple application state from the application code
We use .NET standard and common usage patterns
We use LINQ to make your code more efficient and to enable you to use common data structures such as Lists and Reductions
We cover modeling application programs and modeling intermediate results

Formatting, formatting, and indenting are key considerations for LINQ
Indentation matters for LINQ
Maturity of the application model matters for LINQ
Getting Started with AWS Cloud Identity
In this course you will learn how to set up and use AWS Cloud Identity for client-server communications. You’ll learn how to retrieve information from cloud storage using AWS EC2 instances and how to use AWS LoadBalancer orchestration to dynamically distribute the load between AWS EC2 instances. You will

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/getting-started-app-development