About this video

C# has become one of the most popular and versatile object-oriented programming languages designed to make software applications. Nowadays, many organizations are creating or upgrading their systems in Microsoft .Net technologies. Learning C# makes it easy for you to become a full-stack developer.

This course is the perfect guide if you’re looking to start developing with C# 8 in three hours. You’ll learn the basics of programming in C#, object-oriented programming concepts, and the advanced concepts in C# with interactive examples and learn to implement asynchronous programming techniques to improve the performance of applications. It also covers one windows application implementation using C#.

By the end of this course, you’ll be ready to implement C# concepts to develop your own application.

The code bundle for this video course is available at - https://github.com/PacktPublishing/C-8-Programming-in-4-Hours-v-

Style and Approach

This course is designed with a practical approach and focuses on step-by-step learning to cover the most important concepts of C# in a day.

Publication date:
February 2019
3 hours 35 minutes

About the Author

  • Nitin Rastogi

    Nitin Rastogi is a Senior Software Developer with 13 years of experience in IT, which includes coding and development, implementations, designing, and architecting small to large enterprise applications and testing. He is an engineering graduate and right from the starting of his career he is working on MS technologies such as C#, .Net, Winforms, ASP.Net, WPF, ASP.Net MVC .Net Core, and so on.
    He has worked with some of the big clients in banking and energy trading industries such as Wells Fargo Bank, Lloyds bank, Chevron, and so on. With these clients, he has designed and developed many small to large scale software applications and has a thorough practical knowledge of programming. He is passionate about learning new software technologies and also in training others.

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