Why look through hours of slow-paced talking-head videos when you can just watch & learn? This unique course will help you master C# in just a few hours by using a new system invented by the author to teach programming. In this system programming concepts are shown as an "animated sequence of code, being developed". Watch code develop in front of your eyes: one line at a time. This mimics how programs are actually developed in the real world, and how programmers think through and solve a programming problem. This approach makes programming easy-to-learn and our course: fun to follow.
This course covers all of the main concepts you need to know in order to start programming in C# with a strong emphasis on object oriented design. They include:
The full text version of the course is also available as a PDF file for download.
To give you a head start, the code listing for every program in this course is also available to download (80 ready-to-run C# programs). Just compile and run.
This C# course comes with a "no questions asked" 30-day money back guarantee. So if - for any reason - you are not happy with this course, just ask for a full refund.
A lifelong passion for programming has meant over 30 years of experience as a programmer, development manager and CTO in various technology-based companies. I've been involved in many diverse development projects. From leading a development team of 20 plus programmers, in building an enterprise Java banking application, to working on a project creating a virtual environment for running Windows under Unix, as well as being the CTO of several California startups.
My own core programming experience started with C and assembly under Unix, and moved towards Java, C#, and Python. More recently: web and mobile development have taken most of my time.
A whole new way to learn: Through the years, I've hired many programmers and know what it takes for programmers to come up to speed on new technologies. Although learning a new programming language is not difficult, the available tools are not very good. That's why I developed my own online learning tools for programmers. Forget talking heads; forget screen captures.The best way to learn a new language is to watch it be used to develop programs: step-by-step. Each line of code and each section, needs to be explained as it is being built. My tools explain programming in a series of animations within the code. So you learn faster and remember longer.
Sit back and enjoy a whole new way to learn programming.