About this course:
To make sure that your experience of learning is fine, please be informed that this course isn't for novices or those new to programming. You should have earlier experience of programming with an object-oriented language of programming as there are ideas that are referenced in the course that are thought to be earlier information and are not clarified in detail.
Learning C# gives a strong basis in object-oriented information of programming, prepares for learning other languages of programming, and positions the individuals who complete this course for a wide assortment of popular employments of computer programming. The programming language of C# was made to be an object-oriented language of programming that offers familiarity to C/C++, ease of use, and Java developers, alongside resource management and upgraded memory. C# is dominant on the platform of Microsoft but on the other hand, is being utilized to develop software that drives on Android, Linux, and iOS gadgets. This course expects to show the nuts and bolts of C# entirely through the propelled features of the language. This course isn't an initial level course on C#, in spite of the fact that novices can also learn so much from this material. It is proposed to give a prologue to the C# language and the universe of .NET programming for existing engineers who want or need to get familiar with managed code development and C#.
The normal compensation for C# Developer is $79,954 every year.
- C# Syntax
- Introducing C#
- Data Types, Variables, Operators, and Expressions
- C# Language Fundamentals
- Performing Iterations and Making Decisions
- C# Decision Statements
- OOP in C#
- Working with Methods and Handling Exceptions
- .NET Framework concepts
This course is planned for:
Involvement in another language of programming or comprehension of programming builds, for example,
- Database Concepts
- Program Flow
While starting programmers can gain from this course but the fundamental ideas are not totally clarified in this course.
Suggested prerequisites courses:
Programming for Absolute Beginners