Introduction to C#
There are many programming languages in use today. Choosing which language to program in can be based on many factors such as learning curve, job specific requirements, platform specifics, or a plethora of other criteria. In this course, you will be introduced to the C# language and the world of .NET programming. The C# programming language was created from the ground up to be an object–oriented programming language that offers ease of use, familiarity to C/C++ and Java developers, along with enhanced memory and resource management. C# is prevalent on the Microsoft platform but is also being used to develop software that runs on Linux, Android, and iOS devices as well. Learning C# can position you for future programming opportunities, provide a solid foundation in object–oriented programming knowledge, and pave the way for learning other programming languages. This course aims to teach you about the core aspects of the C# language. This course is the first part of a three–part series designed to teach core C# language fundamentals. In the second course of the series, you will learn object–oriented programming concepts and the third course offers instruction on data structures and algorithms with C#. Once you complete the series, you will have …
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Dimitrios Tosidis –
A very theoretical introduction to C#. Only 2 pieces of code are asked and some questions through the whole course. The .NET is not approached at all.
Raivis Joksts –
Good intro to C# in context of Unity game development. For someone completely new to programming, though, it might be helpful to take a dedicate intro to programming course beforehand, as here the practical examples have some code use that is not fully covered in lectures, and while that in no way is limiting ones ability to complete the exercises, it might take extra self stduy effort to fully understand why and how things are working out.