C# Fundamentals with C# 5.0

C# Fundamentals with C# 5.0 is designed to give you everything you need to become a productive C# developer on the .NET platform.
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C# Fundamentals with C# 5.0 is designed to give you everything you need to become a productive C# developer on the .NET platform.
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1h 11m
C# Fundamentals with C# 5.0 is designed to give you everything you need to become a productive C# developer on the .NET platform. We'll look at the syntax of C#, which is similar to Java, JavaScript, and C++, as well as learn about tools such as Visual Studio, and the object oriented programming paradigm.

Hi, this is Scott Allen, and welcome to my course on the c# programming language. I been using the C# language for over 15 years at this point, because I love working in C# and I hope to show you all the great features of this language so you’ll love it, too. In the course we’ll work on building some simple programs and focusing on different areas of the languge, like how to use classes, how to write methods and properties, and how to raise and handle events. I’ll also give you some tips on how to keep your code readable and tell you about common convetions you’ll see in day to day programming with C#. We’ll also be looking at how to handle errors in your program, and of course, I’ll show you a few features of Visual Studio, too. It will be fun for you to follow along. By the end of the course you’ll feel comfortable reading and writing C# code in your own applications. I do expect you have some programming experience before you start this course. Ideally you’ll feel comfortable with loops and branching in programming. I’ll show you how to write loops and branches in C#, but the course will be easier if you have some of these fundamental programming concepts already, and if not, there are plenty of courses on Pluralsight to help you get started programming as an absolute beginner.

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1h 11m
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C# Fundamentals with C# 5.0 is designed to give you everything you need to become a productive C# developer on the .NET platform. We'll look at the syntax of C#, which is similar to Java, JavaScript, and C++, as well as learn about tools such as Visual Studio, and the object oriented programming paradigm.
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Hi, this is Scott Allen, and welcome to my course on the c# programming language. I been using the C# language for over 15 years at this point, because I love working in C# and I hope to show you all the great features of this language so you’ll love it, too. In the course we’ll work on building some simple programs and focusing on different areas of the languge, like how to use classes, how to write methods and properties, and how to raise and handle events. I’ll also give you some tips on how to keep your code readable and tell you about common convetions you’ll see in day to day programming with C#. We’ll also be looking at how to handle errors in your program, and of course, I’ll show you a few features of Visual Studio, too. It will be fun for you to follow along. By the end of the course you’ll feel comfortable reading and writing C# code in your own applications. I do expect you have some programming experience before you start this course. Ideally you’ll feel comfortable with loops and branching in programming. I’ll show you how to write loops and branches in C#, but the course will be easier if you have some of these fundamental programming concepts already, and if not, there are plenty of courses on Pluralsight to help you get started programming as an absolute beginner.

Course info
Level
Beginner
Rating
(4972)
Duration
6h 15m
Updated
28 Feb 2014
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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