Introduction NET Framework 4.0 Framework Common Language Runtime Base Class Library Common Type System (CTS) Intermediate Language Assemblies Namespaces Module 2 : Developing Windows Forms Applications Module 3: Developing Web Applications using ASP.NET 4.0 Module 4: Data access with ADO.NET and XML Module 5: Web Services and Windows Services Module 6: Security, Deployment, Introduction to .NET 4.0
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