Beginner Object Oriented Programming In C# and .NET Core
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Beginner Object Oriented Programming In C# and .NET Core

Learn object oriented programming (OOP) fundamentals in C# and .NET Core with clear examples from a real professional.
4.3 (463 ratings)
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27,170 students enrolled
Created by Avetis Ghukasyan
Last updated 3/2020
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This course includes
  • 3.5 hours on-demand video
  • 2 articles
  • 15 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Big picture understanding of what programs are and why even use Object Oriented Programming
  • 4 Main pillars of Object Oriented Programming
  • Down To Earth examples to let you fully understand each concept
  • How to utilize each pillar of Object Oriented Programming in your own project
Course content
Expand all 28 lectures 03:27:27
+ Big Picture
3 lectures 15:32
Some Ways To Write A Program
10:39
OOP Basics
03:21

Quick refresher of what you have learned here in the Big Picture section.

Big Picture Recap
2 questions
+ Inheritance
5 lectures 48:28
Down To Earth Definition
01:33
Concrete Class
08:51
Abstract Class
13:32
Interface - Part 1
18:24
Interface - Part 2
06:08

Quick refresher of what you have learned here in the Inheritance section.

Inheritance Recap
2 questions
+ Polymorphism
4 lectures 46:09
Down To Earth Definition
01:04
Static Polymorphism
16:19
Dynamic Polymorphism - Part 1
19:09
Dynamic Polymorphism - Part 2
09:37

Quick refresher of what you have learned here in the Polymorphism section.

Polymorphism
2 questions
+ Encapsulation
4 lectures 23:27
Down To Earth Definition
02:13
Public
07:06
Protected
12:07
Private
02:01

Quick refresher of what you have learned here in the Encapsulation section.

Encapsulation Recap
2 questions
+ Abstraction
2 lectures 05:40
Down To Earth Definition
01:25
Abstraction Through Encapsulation
04:15

Quick refresher of what you have learned here in the Abstraction section.

Abstraction Recap
2 questions
+ All Together
4 lectures 54:33
Summary Of All Concepts
13:09
Small App - Part 1
17:56
Small App - Part 2
19:38
Small App - Part 3
03:50
+ Farewell
3 lectures 01:56
Last Words
01:32
Download Application Code Here
00:16
Bonus Lesson
00:08
Requirements
  • We will be using Visual Studio Code so you can download and install it yourself or do it along with me during the course
  • Recommended for you to already know C# (c sharp) basics such as variables, expressions, flow of control statement etc
Description

Object Oriented Programming (OOP) just sounds unnecessary complex. It is not complex. In this course I want to take you on to a journey where I show you, in simple and succinct examples, how Object Oriented Programming (OOP) works. Specifically I show you how Object Oriented Programming (OOP) works in C# and .NET Core.

I will not be using confusing academia jargon in order to sound smart or glossing over details too quickly to leave you out in the dark. I will be here with you each and every step of the way until you fully grasp what Object Oriented Programming (OOP) is. You will also learn about C# and about .NET Core.

Now a question you might have is WHY learn Object Oriented Programming (OOP)? Great question and the answer is money. That is correct money. Object Oriented Programming (OOP) in short teaches you how to organize your program in a way in which it makes it maintainable, scalable and readable. These are the main aspects for which you get paid for as a software developer or a web developer.

Now let's look at some numbers. .NET (and more specifically C# (C Sharp)) developers make anywhere from 80K - 100K+ (obviously the range would depend on where you reside), but the point is that C# (C Sharp) is not only a valuable skill but a profitable one as well.

Now the market is full of people who are switching from other majors to get into software development or web development but the problem is that they are clumsy coders. The reason is because... as you have already guessed: they don't know how to write maintainable, scalable and readable code. By learning Object Oriented Programming (OOP) you are differentiating yourself from a sea of developers and getting to the top of the hierarchy. Object Oriented Programming (OOP) is not flashy, it is not a crazy new mobile development platform or methodology, in other words it might not sound so exciting at first, BUT without knowing Object Oriented Programming (OOP) one can not be a well rounded developer and will inherently write bad code - you don't want to be that guy. Once you start learning Object Oriented Programming (OOP) you will realize that it is actually a lot of fun which then will make you want to learn even more. It is a nice upward cycle, but you have to start it up first.

Even if you are a freelancer and have no reason to look for a job you still WANT your code to be maintainable,  scalable and readable. Of course you do.

Object Oriented Programming (OOP) teaches you how to think clearly about your code by letting you visualize your problems in terms of objects. This allows you to have a high level view of the problem which then allows you to come up with a much better solution.

Object Oriented Programming (OOP) will not only help you solve problems while programming but will help you solve problems better in general. It will help you plan your life since that is just yet another problem waiting to be solved. I can testify to this since it has done it for me.

Another upside to learning Object Oriented Programming (OOP) is the fact that it is not specific to C# or .NET or .NET Core. You might think that at first but it is not so at all. Object Oriented Programming (OOP) is a way of thinking, it is a methodology that is implemented in a language such as C# or Java and many others. So once you understand the methodology in one language you can then apply and transfer your knowledge into another language.

Now as a beginner you will enjoy this course because I am not going to be focusing on writing complex software. All of the code written is going to be pretty simple since I am going to be spending all of my energy and focus on explaining the core concepts of Object Oriented Programming (OOP).

The 4 main pillars of Object Oriented Programming (OOP) are going to be demystified and by the end of this course you will be a master at defining what each of pillars mean and how they work most importantly.

Inheritance, Polymorphism - static and dynamic, Encapsulation and Abstraction. These are the 4 main pillars of Object Oriented Programming (OOP) you need to understand and as already mentioned I will be dissecting them one by one in this course so that by the end of it you are fully competent at taking these concepts and using them in you own applications.

I look forward to having you as my student and sharing with you all that I have gathered along the years of practice, hard work and listening to my own mentors.

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who is fascinated and interested in learning Object Oriented Programming or knows it but wants to fill in any gaps in their knowledge
  • Anyone who doesn’t just want to watch these videos for entertainment but actually wants to implement the lessons learned
  • Anyone who takes pride in their code and wants to constantly improve their skillset