C# From Beginner to Advanced
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C# From Beginner to Advanced

A Complete Guide to learning how to program using C#. Go from Beginner to Advanced level with coding exercises!
3.9 (114 ratings)
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Created by Ermin Kreponic
Last updated 11/2016
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  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Gain general knowledge in regard to C# programming language
  • Gain knowledge in regard to general programming concepts
  • Read and comprehend C# code
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  • Basic computer skills
  • PC
  • An eager mind
  • Patience

If you are looking for a C# course in order to advance your skills then look no further, you are going to love this course!
Do not get discouraged if you have no previous knowledge or experience with C# programming. This course starts off with the mere C# basics in the beginning. However, if you do have some previous knowledge, there is always room for improvement. This course covers a plethora of interesting and useful topics. Every new chapter of the course will be linked to the previous ones in the sense that you will be utilizing what you have already learned. This course should be considered useful and interesting for both beginners and advanced students alike. The explanations should be completely straightforward and simple, making the topic easy to understand and even easier to pick up on. Plenty of examples are provided for the periodic testing of knowledge and making sure that you completely understand and know how to use what you have already learned.
Furthermore, what is also a great advantage to this course is that you get to view all the questions that other students such as yourself have already had and their respective answers/solutions. You also have the liberty of posting your own questions and inquiries and having them answered by our very own IT professionals. You get paid expert C# technical support in this course here to answer every single question you ask!
If you have any suggestions on topics that have not been covered, you can send them via private message. All your suggestions are going to be taken into consideration. I will do my best to cover them as soon as possible.
I thank you for taking the time to read through this description and hope that you decide to continue learning with me!

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is meant for those who wish to learn programming in C#
  • No prior programming knowledge is needed
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Curriculum For This Course
68 Lectures
Course Introduction
1 Lecture 11:06

Welcome to the course!

Preview 11:06
Getting Started with C#
5 Lectures 26:26

Here, we introduce you to C# with some background information and specs

Preview 04:24

Here we set up our portable IDE to run C# by installing the .NET Framework, adding an environmental variable, and installing packages in Sublime Text

Setting up Sublime Text to Run C#

Creating our first program in C#!

Preview 04:09

Discussion of how to write code in C# and some advice on writing code

Coding Conventions and Basic Syntax

Learn about main and command line arguments

Main() and Command Line Arguments
Programming Essentials
10 Lectures 01:35:22

Discussing one of the fundamentals of programming: working with variables

Preview 05:44

Discussing all the kinds of data types there are in C# and how to convert value types to other types

Data Types

Making values constant and having a look at actual data values


Demonstrating how to make value types nullable

Nullable Types

Working with strings in c#


Part 1 of discussing and working with all kinds of operations we can have in C# 

Operators Part 1

Part 2 of discussing and working with all kinds of operations we can have in C#

Operators Part 2

Discussing and demonstrating conditional statements and making paths in our code

Decision Making Part 1

Demonstrating how to write a switch within a switch in a program

Decision Making Part 2

A preview of how to change the functionality of operators - a discussion of what is yet to come

Operator Overloading
7 Lectures 01:00:04

Discussing and demonstrating the while loop

The while Loop

Discussing and demonstrating the for loop

The for Loop

Discussing and demonstrating how to use the do-while loop

The do while Loop

Working with loops within loops

Nested Loops

How to alter the path of loops using the keywords break and continue

break and continue

Demonstrating how to make a loop never end

Infinite Loops

Learn about arrays in C#

3 Lectures 25:16

Learn about multidimensional arrays in C#

Multidimensional Arrays

Learn about jagged arrays in C#

Jagged Arrays

How to actually create and use methods

Defining and Calling Methods
4 Lectures 44:42

How to pass parameters directly by value or by variables (value types)

Passing Parameters by Value

Discussing and demonstrating passing values in "indirect ways"

Passing Parameters by Reference and by Output

Demonstrating how to use recursion in methods

Recursive Methods

How to change the functionality of a method that is already defined and how to use multiple methods of the same name
Method Overloading
6 Lectures 59:35

Discussing what classes are and how to define them

Defining Classes

Demonstrating how to use methods from other classes other than our main class

Calling Methods from Classes

Discussing the contents we declare and define in a class

Class Members

Discussing and demonstrator special member methods that are called automatically upon instantiation of an object and going out of scope

Constructors and Destructors

Working with access specifiers - changing members' level of access


Working with static - making members accessible without instantiation
Static Members
Inheritance and Polymorphism
6 Lectures 01:12:05

Discussing how classes "pass down" their traits to other classes - an essential concept in OOP

Preview 11:05

Discussing namespaces, how they work, when to use them, and importing from other .cs files

Preview 12:11

Defining interfaces and how to use them


Demonstrating how to have multiple inheritance - inheriting one base class and one interface

Multiple Inheritance Using an Interface

Discussing an essential concept to OOP: objects take on many forms


Demonstrating polymorphism through overloading operators

Back to Operator Overloading
Value Types: Enum and Structures
3 Lectures 30:40

Defining and working with Enumerations in C#


Defining and discussing structures

Defining a Structure

How to work with structures and how they can be used

Features of a Structure
Console and File I/O
5 Lectures 56:48

How to work with the console of a program in C#

The Console Class and Console Input

How to work with files through a C# program using built-in classes

Preview 11:12

Manipulating text files in C# with built-in classes
Reading and Writing: Text Files

Manipulating binary files in C# with built-in classes

Reading and Writing: Binary Files

How we can manipulate files and file directories using classes in C#

Working with the Windows File System
3 More Sections
About the Instructor
Ermin Kreponic
4.3 Average rating
26,440 Reviews
337,449 Students
14 Courses
IT Expert

Strongly motivated young IT expert, Linux enthusiast with a passion for troubleshooting network related problems. With an exceptional eye for details and a sense of urgency when it comes down to problem solving.

- Advanced knowledge of Linux command line
- Installation, configuration and maintenance of servers that run under Unix/Linux type
operating systems
To name a few: DNS, TFTP, FTP, SSH, APACHE, SMTP, VSFTP and some others
- Troubleshooting a wide range of network related problems. Meaning, digging deep for
packets on any given network.
Using one of my favourite tools for capturing and filtering packets on the network, Wireshark,
and resolving end-user issues
- Good understanding of Cisco routers and IOS operating system
- Configuration and implementation of Linux firewall namely Iptables
- Supervision and filtration of network traffic
- Tightening down security and pen testing networks for possible vulnerabilities
- Good knowledge of network gear brands and their strengths or weaknesses
- Preforming system back up
- Fair knowledge of Bash scripting
- equipment installation, upgrades, patches, and configuration.

Personal note:

I do not sleep much, but that is not only because I work hard, rather instead it is
because I enjoy this line of work,
it is extremely rewarding in every way that matters