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.NET Development

.NET is an open-source Microsoft platform for developing diverse digital solutions. It has a robust infrastructure, an extensive engineering community, a powerful documentation system and numerous development tools. While it supports alternatives such as F#, C++ and Visual Basic, . NET's main programming language is C#.  

Engineers use .NET to create applications for the web, mobile, games, IoT and other platforms. It is also well-suited for automated testing, machine learning and VR/AR.

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What tasks do .NET developers have?

Much like software engineers who specialize in other programming languages, .NET developers are responsible for designing, tailoring and creating software products to meet specific business needs of a customer. Additionally, they ensure applications support and continuous improvement. 

.NET engineers work both on local networks and in the cloud, so a thorough understanding of the leading cloud platforms, such as AWS, Azure and Google Cloud, is required. 

At EPAM, .NET specialists participate in projects for well-known global scale companies. Their work ranges from developing simple web applications to creating complex enterprise-level systems. 


Choose .NET development if you:

  • Understand the fundamental principles of object-oriented programming (OOP)
  • Know English well enough to read technical documentation and maintain a conversation on simple topics
  • Are a lifelong learner willing to spend a significant amount of time honing your technical skills

What will you learn?

We focus on providing motivated novices with the essential skillset for a powerful start in IT. Our graduates gain the knowledge, skills and hands-on experience required to step straight into working on real-life projects. 

Our .NET programs will become your entry point to the world of .NET development. During them, you will get a thorough understanding of C#, databases and the .NET Framework.  

During more advanced training stages, you will be able to fine-tune your newly acquired skills and gain experience in working with ASP.NET, ADO.NET, HTML and XML/XSL technologies, as well as learning the fundamentals of SDLC methodologies and teamwork.  



Useful .NET materials  

Explore articles from our blog to learn more about the .NET direction, benefits of becoming a .NET developer, bust common myths about the platform and get ready for a powerful start: 

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