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Welcome
  • Small batch size and personal attention.
  • Training by expert having 20+ years of real-world development experience.
  • Unmatched quality yet reasonable fees.
  • Detailed coverage of each and every topic with lots of hands-on.
  • Study material provided in the form of printed book.
  • FREE after training support through dedicated discussion forum.
All our courses are conducted by Bipin Joshi. He is a software consultant, a trainer, an author and a yogi who helps software developers learn Microsoft technologies better and faster. More details about him are as follows:
  • 20+ years of experience in software development and consulting (since 1995).
  • 15+ years of experience in software training (since 2000).
  • Author of 10+ internationally published books by Apress and Wrox.
  • Former Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP).
  • Former Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT).
  • Mentor in classical yoga and meditation.
You can read more about him here.

        
BinaryIntellect Knowledge Base is our comprehensive information repository that covers a wide range of topics including ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, C#, HTML5 and jQuery. Since its launch in the year 2000, thousands of developers all over the world have benefited from our articles, tutorials and source code projects. A must read resource for any ASP.NET developer. Click here to read more.

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All the courses are conducted in Thane by Mr. Bipin Joshi himself.

Course Schedule

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ASP.NET MVC, Web API, and Ajax
Dates :   24 April 2016, 1, 8, 15, 22 May 2016
Timing :   Five Sundays, 9 AM to 5 PM
Fees :   Rs.12,000 per participant
Registration Open
ASP.NET MVC, Web API, and Ajax
Dates :   13, 20, 27 March 2016, 3, 10 April 2016
Timing :   Five Sundays, 9 AM to 5 PM
Fees :   Rs.12,000 per participant
Full
ASP.NET MVC, Web API, and Ajax
Dates :   31 January 2016, 7, 14, 21, 28 February 2016
Timing :   Five Sundays, 9 AM to 5 PM
Fees :   Rs.12,000 per participant
Full
ASP.NET Design and Architectural Patterns
Dates :   30 January 2016, 6, 13, 20, 27 February 2016
Timing :   Five Saturdays, 9 AM to 5 PM
Fees :   Rs.12,000 per participant
Full


Latest Additions to our Knowledge Base

Select All and Delete using ASP.NET MVC and jQuery Ajax
Sometimes you need to select records for certain action using checkboxes. For example, you may select records for deleting and then delete them from the database. Consider the following screen shot that shows such an example in action.
Posted On : 02 Feb 2016
ASP.NET 5 is now ASP.NET Core 1.0
If you are tracking the progress of ASP.NET 5 you are probably aware of the recent announcement regarding the naming changes to ASP.NET 5. Here my aim is to make you familiarize with these changes so that you can understand what's coming up next.
Posted On : 25 Jan 2016
Upload Files in ASP.NET MVC 6 (Form POST and jQuery Ajax)
Uploading files is a common requirement in web applications. In ASP.NET MVC 6 uploading files and saving them on the server is quite easy. To that end this article shows how to do just that. It shows how to upload files through Form POST as well as through jQuery Ajax.
Posted On : 11 Jan 2016
Use Dependency Injection in ASP.NET MVC 6
There are four lifetime options for a service being injected namely Singleton, Scoped, Transient and Instance. This article presents a quick overview of all these modes.
Posted On : 21 Dec 2015
Use Global Ajax Event Handler Methods in jQuery
Now a days many ASP.NET applications use jQuery Ajax in one or the other way. jQuery methods such as $.ajax(), $.get() and $.post() are commonly used in such applications. When you make multiple Ajax calls from a single page you may take advantage of the global Ajax event handler methods of jQuery. To that end this article provides a quick reference of various global Ajax configuration methods that can simplify your jQuery code.
Posted On : 07 Dec 2015
Your First MVC 6 and EF 7 Application (Dependency Injection) : Part 3
In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series you developed a simple database driven application that displays a list of customers and also allows you to modify the customer details. Although the application is working as expected, it relies on the local instances of the NorthwindDbContext to get its job done. In this article we will use the Dependency Injection (DI) features of MVC 6 to inject the NorthwindDbContext into the controller class. Later we will also add repository support in the application.
Posted On : 16 Nov 2015
Your First MVC 6 and EF 7 Application (Form using Tag Helpers) : Part 2
In Part 1 of this series you created and configured a basic project using ASP.NET MVC 6. Although the project runs as expected and outputs a message in the browser, it isn't database driven yet. In this part we will add database support to the project so that you can modify customer details from the Northwind database.
Posted On : 09 Nov 2015
Your First MVC 6 and EF 7 Application (using Empty Project Template) : Part 1
If you are tracking the progress of ASP.NET 5, you are probably aware that Beta 8 of MVC 6 is now available. Although MVC 5.x is not going away anytime soon, it's good time to get a feel of how MVC 6 application development is going to be. To that end this article explains how a simple MVC 6 application can be developed from ground up using an Empty Project Template.
Posted On : 02 Nov 2015
Quick Introduction to Immediately Invoked Function Expressions & Closures
Modern web applications heavily rely on JavaScript and JavaScript frameworks. That's why ASP.NET developers need to be aware of JavaScript concepts such as Immediately Invoked Function Expressions (IIFE) and Closures. To that end this article presents a quick introduction to these two features.
Posted On : 19 Oct 2015
Overloading Controller Actions in ASP.NET MVC
Method overloading is very common technique used in C# code. Although it works great for normal C# classes, the same can't be said about ASP.NET MVC controller classes. Unlike an ordinary C# class, a controller is dealing with HTTP protocol. And HTTP doesn't understand overloading as C# does. So, in case you wish to use method overloading in a controller you need to consider the ways as discussed in the remainder of this article.
Posted On : 05 Oct 2015

Some Testimonials from our participants

"I have attended four different courses so far and I can say with confidance that I can develop any kind of, small to big, web application for my clients. Bipin sir's training is the best!" "Extremely satisfied with the quality of the training programs. Industry relevant and professionally conducted. The trainer is a rare mix of technology and spirituality. Simply great."
"Small batches gives benefits of private training programs. He patiently answered all my questions. Learning directly from an expert was an amazing experience. Would like to join future courses too." "I had done ASP.NET course from some institute but was not at all satisfied. Mr. Joshi being developer and consultant himself can give much more indepth and real world insight of the subject matter. Highly recommended!"
"I was facing some basic problems in my company's project. After going through training by Bipin sir I am quite confidant that I can professionally develop any website using ASP.NET." "Nice combination of theory and hands-on. Since the batch size is small I got to ask ample questions and was very satisfied by the depth of coverage and the style. I would definately recommend this to my friends. Thank you."