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overview (or Distributed Computing Technologies, Inc. or DCTI) is a worldwide distributed computing effort that is attempting to solve large scale problems using otherwise idle CPU or GPU is working on RC5-72 , OGR-28, and has completed the OGR-27 project, searching for 28- and 27-mark optimal Golomb rulers, respectively. The RC5-72 project is on pace to exhaust the keyspace in just over 200 years, although the project will end whenever the required key is found. Both problems are part of a series: OGR is part of an infinite series; RC5 has eight unsolved challenges from RSA Security, although in May 2007, RSA Security announced that they would no longer be providing prize money for a correct key to any of their secret key challenges. has decided to sponsor the original prize offer for finding the key as a result.
  • Knowledge of any .NET language such as C#.NET or VB.NET.
  • It is a 16 days program and extends up to 2hrs each.
  • The format is 40% theory, 60% Hands-on.

  • It is a 4 days program and extends up to 8hrs each.
  • The format is 40% theory, 60% Hands-on.
    Private Classroom arranged on request and minimum attendies for batch is 4.
course content
  • Distributed Programming and .NET
    • Discuss the evolution of distributed architectures
    • Learn the advantages/disadvantaged of n-tier development
    • Define scalability: scaling up vs. scaling out
    • Learn the core principles of distributed programming
    • Compare .NET distributed technologies with COM
  • Serialization, Attributes and Garbage Collection
    • Review the .NET fundamentals that impact distributed programming
    • See the utility of attributes and reflection
    • Discuss the impact of garbage collection on design
    • Leverage and customize .NET serialization
  • Introduction to .NET Remoting
    • Learn about remoting boundaries
    • Understand the role of proxies, channels, and messages
    • Compare marshal-by-reference with marshal-by-value
    • Discuss server-activated versus client-activated remote objects
    • Discuss the distributed garbage collector and remote object leases
    • Host remoted objects in a Windows service and ASP.NET
  • Deploying Type Metadata
    • Define the issue: what is type metadata and why is it needed?
    • Build and deploy metadata assemblies
    • Build and deploy interface assemblies
    • Use Soapsuds to generate metadata and wrapped proxies
    • Creating sponsors
  • Asynchronous Remoting
    • Understand the need for asynchronous remote calls
    • Study the internals of the .NET delegate
    • Use delegates to make local and remote asynchronous calls
    • Combine delegates and interfaces for remote asynchronous calls
    • Study call context and call context headers
  • Distributed Programming with Web Services
    • Understand the history and purpose of Web services
    • Understand the role of HTTP, SOAP, and XML
    • Learn the structure of a SOAP message
    • See the relationship between IIS, ASP.NET, and Web services
    • Build and consume a simple Web service
    • Use XML Serialization and expose custom types
    • Build custom SOAP headers and SOAP extensions
    • Contrast Web services and remoting
  • Deploying .NET Applications
    • Understand Assembly Binding and Versioning
    • Survey the Package and Deployment projects
    • Study smart clients and see how they ease deployment hassles
    • Learn how to configure CAS security permissions for smart clients
  • Leveraging Component Services
    • Understand the utility of COM+
    • See how to leverage COM+ services from managed code
    • Use attributes to configure a class for COM+ services
    • Use the regsvcs tool to populate the COM+ Catalog
    • Apply just in time activation, object pooling, and construction strings
    • Use COM+ role based security
    • Understand COM+ automatic transactions
    • Expose managed COM+ objects to clients using .NET remoting
  • .NET Message Queuing
    • Define message queuing and discuss why it is needed
    • Learn to install and configure MSMQ
    • Use the System.Messaging namespace
    • Survey the different .NET message formatters
    • Build a queued component in managed code
  • Indigo and Service Oriented Architecture
    • Discuss the motivations behind Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
    • Preview SOA development with Indigo
    • Survey the Indigo architecture
    • Learn how to port your current code to Indigo
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