The FDM .Net Development Career Path – An Overview
- Full-time job with FDM for at least two years
- Learn Microsoft C# within the .Net framework
- Train in areas of the .Net framework including ADO.NET and ASP.NET
- Be exposed to object-oriented design and programming
- Gain Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) accreditation
- Access to FDM’s extensive Courseware Library
FDM's .Net Development Training
C# provides a powerful, feature-rich language for developing applications using the .Net framework, which is a key component of Microsoft Windows, the most common operating system in use today. Features such as garbage collection, type safety and generics allow rapid development of applications for the desktop and the Internet.
The experienced FDM Trainers will introduce you to the C# language via training sessions, workshops and one-to-one mentoring, supported by FDM’s extensive Courseware Library. You will also be exposed to object-oriented design and programming, a key technique for developing high quality applications. Once you have attained a solid knowledge of the basics, you will work your way through modules focusing on different areas of the .Net framework, including ADO.NET and ASP.NET.
Applying .NET Development Concepts
By the end of the course, you will have designed two significant applications as a .Net Developer, demonstrating an understanding of concepts such as tiered application design, managing dependencies and risk of change, unit testing and test driven development, desktop application development, website development and web services.
The .Net Developer Career
Development offers a wide range of responsibilities and tasks so there is likely to be a variety roles available once your training has been completed. FDM aims to place you in a role that will use your strengths and in which you have the opportunity to excel. You may find yourself working on new projects as part of a development team, attending design meetings, liaising with clients/customers, writing, developing, testing and reviewing code.
Alternatively, you could be responsible for supporting existing applications. You will liaise with end users to fix defects, find solutions and test them. Also for any change requests you could have to investigate the feasibility of the request, communicate with the client and implement. Similarly, you may be asked to add additional functionality to existing applications by exploring, designing and implementing solutions upon gathering requirements.
Become An FDM .Net Developer
- Successful candidates will either come from a Computer Science or IT related background
- Disciplines that demand a similar methodology, such as Mathematics, Physics and Engineering will also be considered
- A passion for technology and strong interest in the industry is essential, as this is a challenging career path
- An analytical mind and a problem solving approach are desirable attributes and such candidates are likely to excel in IT development
- Candidates should also have an awareness of, and a desire to keep up with, developments in the industry and new technologies
To apply to join the .Net Development training stream and become an FDM .Net Developer please click here.