The VB.Net certification course helps developers build effective layered application architecture by implementing a Visual Basic solution and by strong naming assemblies with Visual Studio. In this, .net certification course you will learn the basics of object-oriented programming languages using Visual Basic, as the programming language.

Level I

The .NET Revolution
The Design Environment
VB.NET Basics
Windows Forms
Object-Oriented Programming
Mastering Objects
Bug Proofing
Dealing With Data: Files,Printing, and XML
Databases and ADO.NET

Level II

Setup and Deployment
Web Forms and ASP.NET
Web Services
Migrating To Visual Basic.NET

The Internet has revolutionized the way organizations think about application development and deployment. The leap from traditional client-server development to web base development takes more than accessing data through a browser


Web-based Programming. Web application development concepts, issues, and protocol. Server-browser interaction.
HTML. Overview of HTML capabilities, tags, formatting, writing forms and scripts.
HTTP Protocol. The protocol, methods, data transfer and queries.
DHTML. DOM, CSS2, attributes, events, netscape and IE extensions.
Scripting. Overview of VBScript, JavaScript, document objects.
ASP.NET. Why ASP.NET? Server and ASP.NET, Writing ASP.NET pages, IIS and ASP.NET 
ASP.NET Object Model. Classes in the ASP.NET object model. Functionality and features.
Using InterDev. Creating projects, development and deployment using InterDev. 
ASP.NET Facilities. Interaction with server, tracking sessions with cookies, and session objects.
ASP.NET Interactions. Interacting with other pages, forwarding and including.
Performance Techniques. Caching, refreshing, client pull, buffering, issues.
Managing Applications. The concept of an application in ASP.NET, Application objects. 
Database Access. ASP.NET and ADO, database access.
Security. Security issues and concepts, authorization techniques, SSL.
Other Technologies. Comparison to other technologies like CGI, JSP.
XML and ASP.NET. Using XML with ASP.NET. XML for performance and ease of development.