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    Fundamentals of Windows DNA

    This course provides an thorough introduction to some key Microsoft technologies which are part of Windows DNA (Distributed interNet Applications Architecture). DNA provides a framework for building the next generation of products which can work well in both traditional desktop application and in an Internet environment. The underlying foundation for a lot of these emerging technologies is COM. This course starts with a thorough introduction to important COM concepts. Then we look at ATL which is a new class library from Microsoft which allows you to create a variety of small fast COM objects. ATL is an excellent library to learn COM programming techniques. We then look at other key technologies including Microsoft Transaction Server (MTS) a server side component hosting environment for building highly scalable applications, For other COM/COM+ courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesCOM.asp
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    Fundamentals of DCOM/COM+

    This class provides an introduction to the use of DCOM for building distributed applications. It provides details about the internals of DCOM so that students can optimize their applications to make effective use of DCOM. The class also deals with DCOM security - one of the more difficult aspects of DCOM. This class concludes by taking a look at COM+ the next version of COM to be released with Windows 2000. For other COM/COM+ courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesCOM.asp
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    Advanced COM(+)

    This class is intended for people who have taken a class in COM or read a book but want to know the latest advances in COM. The focus is on effective use of COM in building applications and a survey of recent developments in COM. This includes the COM+ release with Windows 2000 and COM+ developments which will happen after Windows 2000. This class is usually customized for a particular audience. For other COM/COM+ courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesCOM.asp
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    Fundamentals of ActiveX Controls

    ActiveX controls have become the defacto standard for packaging reusable binary components. This class takes a comprehensive look at building ActiveX controls using MFC and ATL. This includes all the latest updates to ActiveX controls including Internet extensions. The student will leave this class with many programming tips and techniques and a good understanding of the theory behind ActiveX controls. Note: This class can be combined with a 1 day introduction to COM. For other COM/COM+ courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesCOM.asp
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    Fundamentals of COM/ActiveX using ATL

    ATL is a class library from Microsoft which allows you to create a variety of small fast COM objects/ActiveX controls. ATL is an excellent library to learn COM programming techniques. Many COM programmers are already using ATL and many more projects are converting to ATL. ATL provides you a lot of the boiler plate code allowing you to concentrate on the functionality provided by the COM object. For other COM/COM+ courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesCOM.asp
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    Fundamentals of COM using MFC

    A knowledge of COM and ActiveX technologies is essential for advanced Windows programming. MFC still provides the best support for programming in COM, hiding many of its complexities. This course combines an excellent introduction to the underlying COM building blocks with the MFC abstractions for programming in COM. A variety of labs are provided to reinforce good programming techniques. For other COM/COM+ courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesCOM.asp
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    Fundamentals of COM using C++

    The Component Object Model (COM) has become the foundation of new Windows technologies. A good understanding of COM is vital to all Windows programmers. This course gives you insight into the design philosophies and concepts underlying COM. A significant portion of the class uses C++ without any frameworks to provide you with a clear understanding of COM infrastructure. MFC (Microsoft Foundation Class) and ATL (ActiveX Template Library) support for COM are also discussed in the class. The emphasis in this class is to introduce the rationale for various COM techniques to prepare you for other classes which go into more detail on using a specific framework like MFC or ATL. For other COM/COM+ courses please visit http://www.wintrac.com/courses/coursesCOM.asp