Accelerated C# Fundamentals

Formerly titled "C# Fundamentals - Part 1," this course is designed to give C++ and Java developers an accelerated introduction to C# on the .NET platform. For a beginner-level introduction to C#, refer to "C# Fundamentals with C# 5.0."
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Formerly titled "C# Fundamentals - Part 1," this course is designed to give C++ and Java developers an accelerated introduction to C# on the .NET platform. For a beginner-level introduction to C#, refer to "C# Fundamentals with C# 5.0."
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C# - Types
58m 56s
C# and the CLR
52m 18s
C# and Generics
46m 28s
C# is Microsoft's entry into the world of managed programming. Using a syntax that is deliberately reminiscent of Java, C++ and C, C# achieves a natural tradeoff of terseness and clarity, enabling programmers to express concepts in a clear and maintainable form. Note - this course was originally titled "C# Fundamentals - Part 1", but has been renamed to more accurately reflect the target audience and content of this course. The course content itself has not been changed since its original publication. For a beginner-level introduction to C#, watch "C# Fundamentals with C# 5.0."
Table of Contents
C# - Types
58m 56s
C# and the CLR
52m 18s
C# and Generics
46m 28s
Description
C# is Microsoft's entry into the world of managed programming. Using a syntax that is deliberately reminiscent of Java, C++ and C, C# achieves a natural tradeoff of terseness and clarity, enabling programmers to express concepts in a clear and maintainable form. Note - this course was originally titled "C# Fundamentals - Part 1", but has been renamed to more accurately reflect the target audience and content of this course. The course content itself has not been changed since its original publication. For a beginner-level introduction to C#, watch "C# Fundamentals with C# 5.0."
Course info
Level
Beginner
Rating
(3383)
Duration
6h 17m
Released
26 Mar 2010
Course authors

Scott has over 15 years of experience in commercial software development and is a frequent speaker at national conferences, and local user groups. Scott is a Microsoft MVP and has authored books on several Microsoft technologies, including ASP.NET, C#, and Windows Workflow.

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