Get yourself trained on Learn to Code with this Online Training Learn to Code with C# and visual studio.
Online Training Learn to Code with C# and visual studio
C# is a simple, modern, general-purpose, object-oriented programming language developed by Microsoft This course will teach you basic C# programming concepts. C# is also highly in demand by recruiters all over the world.C# is the most popularly used programming language for developing different types of .NET applications.The best way in my opinion to learn any programming language is by creating something with it hence this course is a practical hands-on course and we will create some projects together step by step to help build up your skills and get you acquainted with C# programming language.We will be using a very powerful integrated development environment (IDE)tool known as visual studio. This tool makes developing applications with C# much easier.Topic covered include: Installing and configuring Visual studio Data types variables Conversions Operators Concatenation Create console app Compile console app Troubleshoot compiling error Digital clock Currency converter Controlling flow with conditional code Creating Method Creating Event Handler methods Using controls and changing their properties.This course is an absolute beginners course to the Microsoft C# programming language. It does not matter if you have never written a line of code before in any programming language ,the course is designed with the absolute beginner in mind and taught at a pace that is easy to follow along. The basic hands on projects we will be creating will help boost your confidence and give you the determination to want to enhance your skills further.I look forward to welcoming you to the course.
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