C# is a very powerful, mature programming language that can be used to create the most complex and robust of software programs, capable of satisfying the needs of large businesses. It is one of the most in-demand languages in the software development field. You will learn the fundamental elements of this popular language, enabling you to create your own software programs, and getting you well-prepared for your career as a developer. ASP.NET enables a developer to create powerful web applications when working alongside C#. This course includes:
"C# was far and away the most intensive course thus far in the program. If you weren't comfortable with programming yet, you certainly will be after taking this course. For me, I took away a solid foundation in C#. Not just syntactically, but in terms of how a C# program should be written. The course really shows you, and demonstrates to you, what exactly an interface is, what an abstract class is, how to use the system libraries, why abstraction is important, and mostly importantly, how to take these concepts and use them to create actual products. In addition to everything above, you'll get a crash course in delegates, lambda functions, ADO.NET and LINQ, how to integrate T-SQL code with your C#, how to handle entities using the Entity Framework, how to work with the various string and file libraries contained within the System libraries.
It dives a bit into some basic data structures and algorithms, like queues, and stacks. as well as some basic sorts. All of which is incredibly applicable to the software world, and ultimately are the skills that employers want to see demonstrated to land you a job. The knowledge in this course has prepared me to apply every aspect of Microsoft's frameworks using C#." -Nick J.
Welcome to the final essay.
This course was created to teach a student the fundamentals of the .NET Framework and the C# programming language; to give the student fundamental skills in writing applications using C#; to give the student experience and knowledge in the MVC Framework.