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.Net Razor Developer

Learn to develop the next generation of WebForms with Microsoft’s .Net Razor engine. Some of the largest software companies in the world use .Net Razor technology, including Microsoft, Accenture, Stack Overflow, and Double Slash. Using .Net Razor, you will be in the forefront of Microsoft’s leading-edge web development platform.

  • Create dynamic web pages with C#.
  • Configure existing .Net systems.
  • Provide user support.
  • Spot and correct defects in programs.
  • Develop database queries, triggers and stored procedures.

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8 month At 6hr/week
258 Lessons
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Winning in the Job Market

ASP.NET has been Microsoft’s workhorse technology for web application development for two decades, and it continues to hold a solid share of the software development market. More than 179,000 companies use ASP.NET, and adoption of the Razor platform has grown rapidly since its introduction ten years ago. .NET and SQL Server developers are in the top 10 in-demand skills in 2020. Projected job growth for software developers exceeds 22% in the next decade.

Who’s Hiring Right Now

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$28,000
$96,000
$154,000

Average .Net Razor Developer salary

In the United States of October 2020

  • Junior — $28,000
  • Middle — $96,000
  • Senior — $154,000

Highway to Your Future

.Net Razor Developer

Learn to create web systems and applications from scratch. Compared to traditional ASP.NET technologies, Razor is easier to use and easier to learn. With Razor, you can embed server-side code directly in the web page program. .

Work on a project team to develop integrated ASP.NET applications. Design and develop web-based services. Work with quality assurance engineers to ensure delivery of high quality and reliable solutions.

Your Learning Track (258 videos 79 hours)

  • HTML5 and CSS3
    27 videos
    • HTML5 and CSS3
      27 videos
  • JavaScript
    37 videos
    • JavaScript, Part 1 of 6: Fundamentals
      15 videos
    • JavaScript, Part 2 of 6: Objects, Arrays, and Expressions
      5 videos
    • JavaScript, Part 3 of 6: Functions
      4 videos
    • JavaScript, Part 4 of 6: Object Constructors
      3 videos
    • JavaScript, Part 5 of 6: Web
      6 videos
    • JavaScript, Part 6 of 6: Objects
      4 videos
  • Programming C# 6
    82 videos
    • Programming C# 6, Part 01 of 12: Getting started
      5 videos
    • Programming C# 6, Part 02 of 12: Your First App
      8 videos
    • Programming C# 6, Part 03 of 12: Projects and Syntax
      5 videos
    • Programming C# 6, Part 04 of 12: Variables and Data Types
      5 videos
    • Programming C# 6, Part 05 of 12: Adv Data Types and Operators
      8 videos
    • Programming C# 6, Part 06 of 12: Strings, File I/O, and Data Types
      9 videos
    • Programming C# 6, Part 07 of 12: Conditions and Looping
      5 videos
    • Programming C# 6, Part 08 of 12: Objects and Classes
      6 videos
    • Programming C# 6, Part 09 of 12: Objects and Types
      4 videos
    • Programming C# 6, Part 10 of 12: Classes and Methods
      9 videos
    • Programming C# 6, Part 11 of 12: Advanced Class Features
      9 videos
    • Programming C# 6, Part 12 of 12: Arrays and Sorting
      9 videos
  • ASP.NET Core 3.1 Razor
    26 videos
    • ASP.NET Core 3.1 Razor, Part 1 of 7: Setup Project
      4 videos
    • ASP.NET Core 3.1 Razor, Part 2 of 7: Book List
      5 videos
    • ASP.NET Core 3.1 Razor, Part 3 of 7: Main List
      3 videos
    • ASP.NET Core 3.1 Razor, Part 4 of 7: Registration and Users
      3 videos
    • ASP.NET Core 3.1 Razor, Part 5 of 7: Authentication and Login
      4 videos
    • ASP.NET Core 3.1 Razor, Part 6 of 7: Service
      4 videos
    • ASP.NET Core 3.1 Razor, Part 7 of 7: Deploy and Upgrade
      3 videos
  • OWASP
    18 videos
    • OWASP, Part 1 of 4: Avoiding Hacker Tricks
      6 videos
    • OWASP, Part 2 of 4: Forgery and Phishing
      3 videos
    • OWASP, Part 3 of 4: Threats and Session Security
      4 videos
    • OWASP, Part 4 of 4: Misconfiguration and Data Encryption
      5 videos
  • OWASP Top 10 2017 Update
    11 videos
    • OWASP Top 10 2017 Update
      11 videos
  • SQL Server 2016 Core
    25 videos
    • SQL Server 2016 Core, Part 1 of 3: Getting Started
      8 videos
    • SQL Server 2016 Core, Part 2 of 3: Install and Configure
      8 videos
    • SQL Server 2016 Core, Part 3 of 3: Interface and Querying
      9 videos
  • SQL Server 2014
    32 videos
    • SQL Server 2014, Part 1 of 6: Designing and Creating a Database
      6 videos
    • SQL Server 2014, Part 2 of 6: Security Basics
      5 videos
    • SQL Server 2014, Part 3 of 6: Permissions and Data Protection
      5 videos
    • SQL Server 2014, Part 4 of 6: Introduction to T-SQL
      7 videos
    • SQL Server 2014, Part 5 of 6: T-SQL Select, Where, and Clauses
      5 videos
    • SQL Server 2014, Part 6 of 6: T-SQL Working with Data
      4 videos
.Net Razor Developer

Services for Success

  • Mentor support
  • Real-world projects from industry experts
  • Project feedback from working professionals
  • Interview preparation
  • Resume services

Pathway to Your Dream Job

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Modern courses and learning activities in state-of-the-art technologies prepare you for your new career. An extensive video library forms the heart of the training process, supported by an automated Learning Assistant and a personal Career Advisor to help you achieve certifications and core competencies.

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An internship provides hands-on, real-world practice using your newly gained skills on projects defined by industry experts, adding practical experience to your resume. Labs, periodic Master Classes, and access to an Online Professional Community allow you to solidify your technical expertise.

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Take advantage of job acquisition services, such as Resume Creator and Online Reputation Builder to boost your search for your dream job. An Interview Coach prepares you for that crucial interaction with targeted employers, giving you a head start over the competition.

Arriving at Journey’s End

Learn

Learning C#, SQL Server, and .NET Razor development will put you on the cutting edge of Microsoft programming. Armed with HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, and SQL Server 2016, you will be ready to design and develop full-stack web applications and services. You will be able to join a development team of software engineers in one of the thousands of companies that rely on Microsoft technologies for their information technology needs.

Average Time

On average, successful students take eight months to complete this program.

Benefits Include

  • Built-in Learning Assistant keeps you on track and on target
  • Real-world projects from industry experts put you in the fast lane
  • Technical mentors accelerate your progress
  • Personal career coach and services help you cross the finish line

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  • Financial support is available to put you on the road to success
  • Learn new, high-paying job skills from home at your own pace
  • Take the fast track to a brighter future by learning today
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