Instructor-led online courses for Software Developers
If you have strong desire to learn the cutting-edge modern web development and are looking for structured, code intensive, and down-to-earth learning experience, we would be happy to help. Instructor-led online courses for software developers conducted by Bipin Joshi on weekends. Get in touch with our web team for registration and more details.

Instructor-led Online Course Schedule

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Complete ASP.NET Core 3.0
Dates :   1, 8, 15, 22, 29 December 2019
Timing :   8:30 AM to 2:30 PM (IST)
Mode :   Five Sundays | Online
Fees :   Rs. 10,000 per participant
Registration Open
Quick Start ASP.NET Core 3.0
Dates :   2, 3 Nov. 2019
Timing :   8:30 AM to 2:30 PM (IST)
Mode :   Saturday and Sunday | Online
Fees :   Rs. 5,000 per participant
Registration Closed
Complete ASP.NET Core 3.0
Dates :   --- Nov. 2019 ---
Timing :   8:30 AM to 2:30 PM (IST)
Mode :   Five Sundays | Online
Fees :   Rs. 10,000 per participant
Registration Closed

Salient Features

Quality training at reasonable fees
Lots of hands-ons with real-world examples
One-to-One / small groups to ensure personal attention and quality
Certificate of course completion
FREE after training support through dedicated discussion forum


Quick introduction to ASP.NET Core course


About the Trainer ~ Bipin Joshi

Bipin Joshi is an independent software consultant, trainer, author, yoga mentor, and meditation teacher from Thane (Mumbai), India. He has been programming, meditating, and teaching for over 24 years. He is the founder and owner of BinaryIntellect Consulting and conducts instructor-led online training courses helping developers learn ASP.NET family of technologies. He is a published author and has authored or co-authored more than twelve books on .NET technologies. Bipin is also a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) and a former Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT). Having embraced the Yoga way of life he also teaches Ajapa Yoga to interested individuals. To know more about him click here.

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Latest Additions to our Knowledge Base

CRUD using gRPC, EF Core, and ASP.NET Core (Part - 3)
In Part -1 and Part - 2 of this article you created EmployeeCRUD service definition using Protocol Buffer language and also implemented it in EmployeeCRUDService class. So, our gRPC service is now ready. In this part we will consume the service in an ASP.NET Core MVC application. Begin by opening the GrpcService1 project you created earlier. Add a new ASP.NET Core MVC application in the same solution. Then copy the Protos folder from the GrpcService1 project into the newly created MVC application. At this stage your Solution Explorer will look like this.
Posted On : 04 Nov 2019
CRUD using gRPC, EF Core, and ASP.NET Core (Part - 2)
In Part -1 of this article you created EmployeeCRUD service definition using Protocol Buffer language. The EmployeeCRUD.proto file and EF Core model is now ready. In this part you will create the EmployeeCRUD service based on the structure defined in the .proto file. To begin, open the project created in Part -1 and expand the Services folder. Rename the service file to EmployeeCRUDService.cs. At this point the Solutions Explorer will look like this.
Posted On : 28 Oct 2019
CRUD using gRPC, EF Core, and ASP.NET Core (Part - 1)
If you have read about the new features of ASP.NET core 3.0, you are probably aware that it supports gRPC, a framework for building services using Remote Procedure Call (RPC). I won't go into the dry information about what gRPC is and how it can help you solve software problems in this article. This multipart article creates a simple yet complete example that performs CRUD operations on the Employees table of Northwind database. As you develop this example you will get chance to familiarize yourself with the basics of gRPC as implemented in .NET Core 3.0.
Posted On : 21 Oct 2019
Push data to client using ASP.NET Core Web API and Server Sent Events
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Posted On : 14 Oct 2019
JSON to XML / XML to JSON conversion in .NET Core
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Posted On : 07 Oct 2019
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Posted On : 30 Sep 2019
ASP.NET Core 3.0 - Ten features beginners should know
If you are tracking the progress of ASP.NET Core, you are probably aware that .NET Core 3 and ASP.NET Core 3.0 are being released at .NET Conf 2019. There are many exciting feature additions and improvements to the latest version of ASP.NET Core. You might have already stumbled upon the prominent ones. In this article I am enumerating over ten features / improvements for beginners that are worth noting. My aim is to quickly mention them here so that you can explore them in more detail by visiting Microsoft's official channels such as product documentation and Channel 9.
Posted On : 23 Sep 2019
Utilize new data provider for SQL Server in ASP.NET Core apps
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Posted On : 16 Sep 2019
Change Default Location of Views and Razor Pages in ASP.NET Core
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Posted On : 09 Sep 2019
Use Azure Cache for Redis in ASP.NET Core
Many ASP.NET Core application resort to caching for performance improvement reasons. I have discussed a few caching techniques in this, this, and this article. Additionally developers also use Azure Cache for Redis. It's a fully managed, high-performance in-memory caching service that you can utilize in your ASP.NET Core web applications. This article shows how.
Posted On : 02 Sep 2019



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