.NET is a free, open-source, and cross-platform for building modern, scalable, and high-performance desktop, web, cloud, and mobile applications.
The current version of .NET is .NET 5.0, which is the successor of .NET Core 3.1 and .NET Framework 4.6. Prior to .NET 5.0, .NET had two versions, .NET Framework, and .NET Core, but in this version, both have merged and now there is only version.
.NET is a single unified platform to build desktop, web, cloud, mobile, gaming, IoT, and AI apps. The .NET ecosystem has a single common library, runtime, language compilers, and tools.
|Topic Name||No. of Videos||No. of Questions|
|VB.NET and C# Languages||1||100|
|Developing Console Application||5||100|
|Essentials of Object-Oriented Programming||5||100|
|Working with Classes and Objects||3||100|
|Working with Collections||5||100|
|Inheritance,Interface & Polymorphism||6||100|
|C# Features/General Features||3||100|
|Data Streams and Files||4||100|
|Working with Components/Assemblies||7||100|
|Data Access using ADO.NET||2||100|
|Packaging and Deployment||2||100|
|Debugging and Tracing||4||100|