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.NET Programmer

Responsible for converting project specifications and statements of problems and procedures to detailed logical flow charts for coding in the .NET environment. A .NET Programmer analyzes workflow charts or diagrams and considers project specifications and requirements, intended use of output data, and any other relevant factors before developing and writing programs in the .NET environment. A person in this position often has to analyze, revise, or direct revision of existing programs to increase/optimize operating efficiency or adapt to new requirements. A .NET Programmer may also have to compile and write documentation of program development in the .NET environment and subsequent revisions as well as instructions to guide operating personnel during production runs. Persons in this position may also be responsible for testing and debugging programs they and others have coded.

Required (Select 6)
Product Name/Outline
.NET Framework
.NET Framework 3.5
.Net Framework 2.0
Business Communication
Listening Skills
Programmer/Analyst Aptitude
Programming Concepts
Written English

Elective 1 (Select 1)
Product Name/Outline
C# 2.0
C# 3.0
MS SQL Server 2000 Programming
MS SQL Server 2005 Programming
MS SQL Server 6.5 Programming
MS SQL Server 7 Programming
Visual Basic 2005
Visual Basic.NET

Elective 2 (Select 2)
Product Name/Outline
Web Services Application Engineering
Windows Application Program Interface

Elective 3 (Select 1)
Product Name/Outline
Customer Requirements Analysis
Project Management
Project Management (2000)
Project Management (2005)
Project Management (2008)
Software Business Analysis
Software Configuration Management
Software Quality Assurance
Software Testing
Systems Analysis
Technical Writing

Elective 4 (Select 1)
Product Name/Outline
Client/Server Concepts
Data Modeling Concepts
Data Warehousing Concepts
E-Commerce Concepts
ERP Concepts (U.S.)
Embedded Systems Concepts
Informatica PowerMart/PowerCenter 6.2.1
Networking Concepts
OO Concepts
Operations Concepts
RDBMS Concepts
WWW Concepts
Web Development Concepts
Web Services Concepts
XML Concepts