A 17 Hour C# Course with Intro to SQL and C# 7.0 [Video]

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  • Understand how to create and run simple Console program and use variables
  • Operate on variables using basic mathematical operators, and see when this is not possible, Control program flow with simple if/else blocks, while loops, switch blocks
  • Understand the difference between for loops and for each loops
  • Understand how to use unary and binary operators and the ternary operator
  • Learn how to construct methods, the dynamic keyword, and var keywords to save time, construct simple classes and instantiate them, use constructors, properties and static and object fields
  • Understand why virtual methods are needed, and how to create them
  • Learn how to create abstract classes, and why they matter
  • Get a small preview of the power of lists, and generics with LINQ
  • Understand how many methods inside the string class can be used
  • Learn how to group related functionality together with name spaces
  • Learn the basics of HTML, C# 7.0
  • Learn how to use SQL Server 2014, write stored procedures and how to save, and read records, manipulate data directly in C# with Linq, make practical use of Interfaces
  • Learn how to make applications more stable with the nullable keyword, create and read XML files, save and reconstruct objects using serialization, write basic C# unity scripts

This comprehensive C# course is designed for beginner programmers, as you won't be rushing through code. It focuses on the C# language rather than the graphical aspects of Windows programming. You will also learn HTML, basic CSS and how to use a variety of controls like buttons, text boxes, drop downs lists and others. You'll learn in a detailed and deliberate way so you can set a foundation and move from basic to more advanced concepts easily. In addition to learning C#, you'll also cover the Microsoft Visual Studio programming environment, which will serve as the perfect complement to your newfound C# skills. To work with code in a more advanced way, you'll tackle how to check simple conditions using if/else blocks, as well as how to use loops to do things like repeat blocks of code to work more efficiently. After covering various operators to evaluate and assign control structures, you'll learn how to use arrays to store collections of data. Moving on to Object Oriented Programming, you'll create objects that contain both data and functions to make your job even easier.Throughout this course, you'll learn the core concepts of C#, which can then be applied directly to other popular programming languages, including C++, C, Java, and JavaScript.To put what you're learning to the test as you move through the course, you'll also complete a variety of programming assignments for hands-on practice.

Style and Approach

You'll start this course by learning the fundamentals of C# and Visual Studio, including configuring the layout, defining variables, interacting with users, and understanding data types, data conversions, and constants. On the bottom are several lessons on C# 7.0


  • Learn C#, Visual Studio, and Object Oriented Programming
  • Start Using the C# Programming Language to Work with Code and Data
  • Understand the Microsoft Visual Studio Environment as It Relates to C#Apply the Fundamentals of Object Oriented Programming to Data
  • Enhance Your Programming Skills with a Foundation in C#
Course Length 8 hours 06 minutes
ISBN 9781788838832
Date Of Publication 28 Sep 2017


Tom O.

Tom O. has nine years experience as a teacher of mathematics, physics, statistics, and programming. He worked for five years as a database programmer using various technologies such as .NET, Clipper, SQL, SQL Server, SAS, Excel, and others. He is the publisher of one of the most successful programming courses, called "Learn C# With Visual Studio 2013". Currently, he is working as a mathematics and computer science teacher at a college in NY. Related Education: Master of Science in Applied Statistical Computing, Kennesaw State University; Bachelor of Arts, Pure Mathematics, Queens College; Associates of Science in Computer ProgrammingMicroeconomics Certificate, MIT;