If you've made it this far, take a moment and pat yourself on the back. You've come a long way since the day you first cracked open the cover of this book; you've gained valuable skills and learned concepts you can use to successfully program using the .NET Framework, C#, and the Visual Studio IDE. These include, but are not limited to, the following:
The importance of the application design cycle.
The Unified Modeling Language and how it can help facilitate the analysis and design of object-oriented programs.
The Common Language Runtime (CLR).
The structure of the .NET Framework.
How to create and use class structures and hierarchies.
How to implement inheritance, polymorphism, and interfaces.
Object interaction and collaboration. ...