Basic C# Coding

(12 students)

This course includes:

  • list-favs6 hours, 27 minutes
  • list-favsCPD Accreditation
  • list-favs84 units
  • list-favsFull lifetime access
  • list-favsAccess on mobile and TV
  • list-favsCertificate of completion
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Key Concepts Covered by This Free Course:

  • Introduction to C# and the .NET Framework
  • C# basic syntax and operators
  • Working with control flow statements in C#
  • Utilizing arrays and lists in C#
  • Handling file structures and working with dates in C#
  • Debugging applications in C#
  • Preparation for further C# development

Course Overview:

Are you interested in learning the basics of C# coding? Look no further than Basic C# Coding. This course is designed for beginners and thoroughly introduces C# syntax and the .NET Framework.

Through the course, you’ll learn the basic syntax and operators of C#, working with control flow statements and utilising arrays and lists in C#. You’ll also gain experience in handling file structures, working with dates and debugging applications.

By the end of the course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge needed to start your journey in C# coding and prepare for more advanced development.

Course Benefits:

Invest in your career with Basic C# Coding. This course provides a valuable opportunity to develop in-demand skills and open up new career opportunities. By mastering C# basics, you’ll be able to contribute to the success of software development companies and positively impact your career prospects.

In addition to boosting your skills and knowledge, this course also offers flexible learning options, enabling you to study at your own pace and fit your learning around your schedule. With lifetime access to course materials, you’ll have the opportunity to refresh your knowledge and stay up-to-date with the latest C# trends and practices.

Career Path:

  • Junior Software Developer: Responsible for assisting in the development and maintenance of software applications using C#.
  • Quality Assurance Tester: Responsible for testing and ensuring the functionality and quality of software applications, including those developed using C#.
  • Technical Support Specialist: Responsible for providing technical support to software users, including troubleshooting and problem-solving related to C# applications.
  • Junior Web Developer: Responsible for assisting in the development and maintenance of web applications, including those developed using C#.
  • IT Support Technician: Responsible for providing technical support to computer users, including installing and configuring software applications developed using C#.

Course content

  • video Course Introduction
  • video Course Curriculum
  • video How to get Pre-requisites
  • video Getting Started on Windows or Linux
  • video How to ask Great Questions
  • video FAQ’s

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