C# Programming for Beginners - Learn C# Language Today

Learn C# programming fundamentals. Master the basics of C# and create amaizing applications using C#. Complete C# Course Do you want to learn computer programming but are afraid it'll be too difficult for you? Or pmaybe you know other programming languages but are interested in learning the C# language fast? This course is for you. You no longer have to waste your time and money learning C# from boring courses that are too complicated and just leave you more confused. You’ll develop fully functional video games, and then discover how to use classes and object-oriented programming, create graphics and animation, and also query data using LINQ and serialize it to files. You will do all of this by creating amaizing games, solving puzzles, and doing hands-on projects. By the time you will finish this course, you'll be a solid C# programmer, and you'll have a great time along the way! What this course offers... C# for Beginners Complex concepts are broken down into easy-to-follow steps to ensure that you can easily master the C# language even if you have never coded before. Topics are carefully chosen to give you a broad exposure to C#, while not overwhelming you with too much information at once. It includes object-oriented programming concepts, error handling techniques, file handling techniques and much more. With this course, you will learn C# fast. Concepts will be presented in a "to-the-point" style to cater to the busy individual. You can learn C# in just one day and start coding immediately. What you'll learn in this course: · Learn what is C# · Master the fundamentals of C# · Build amazing software applications · Work with variables, classes, inheritance, expressions, methods, and enums · Make the most of improvements to C# methods, parameters, and switch statements · Master the C# object model, and create your own functional data structures · Leverage advanced properties, indexers, generics, and collection classes · Customize C# operator behavior over your own classes and structures · ...and so much more.... Who is the target audience? Anybody that wants to learn to code using C#


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