Language: English | Size: 10.6 GB | Duration: 21h 1m
Create fully object oriented programs, complete with business and data classes and libraries.
What you’ll learn
Create Windows Forms apps using C# and .Net
Master C# skills for working with control structures, methods and event wiring
Learn how to work with Arrays, Strings, Dates, and Exception Handling
Learn how to write data validation routines
Discover how to work with .Net classes such as Math, Array, StringBuilder and typed Collections
Learn features such as delegates, events, indexers, and overloaded operators
Understand classes, structures, records and more
Learn and practice working with inheritance, interfaces, and polymorphism
Create database apps using EF Core
Use ADO .NET for your own database access code
Use LINQ to query arrays, collections, entities and other data structures
Discover how to effectively use DataGridView control for your database apps
If you’re ready to add C# to your skill set, there’s no better way to do that than with this course. The course mimics typical college C# course. It uses a mix of theory and practice to help you master C# effectively and quickly.
The exercises for each section guide you through the development of C# Windows Forms applications and challenge you to apply what you’ve learned in new ways. Because you can download the starting points for these exercises from Resources section of each exercise, you get the maximum amount of practice in a minimum of time. And because you can also download the solutions, too, you can check your work and correct any misconceptions right away.
All of the examples presented in this course are drawn from business applications. This is deliberate as it helps you understand OOP aspects of C# programming. This becomes especially apparent in the object-oriented programming section, where you are presented with business classes like customers, invoices, and products so you can see how object-oriented programming is used in the real world.
To help you develop applications at a professional level, this course presents complete applications. That way, you can see the relationships between the C# code, objects, properties, methods, and events that an application requires, which is essential to your understanding.
Each section also contains a lot of theory, some essential, other more advanced. Even if you are a more practical learner who prefers hands on exercises to Powerpoint slides, I am sure you will come to appreciate the huge amount of code snippets and detailed information the theory parts of this course has to offer. And, the theoretical videos are a great video reference that you can use quickly and effectively to learn more about any basic or advanced C# feature or programming concept.
So, if you are ready to boost your C# skills to the next level, this course is here to help and deliver concrete results.
See you in the course!
Who this course is for:
Aspiring Beginner to Intermediate C# programmers
Students who learn best with combination of theory and practice