C# Web-Based Applications
- Students taking this course should have a working, entry-level knowledge of the C# programming language. This is the second in a three part series on C#. Students lacking the basic syntax of C# should first take "C# .NET Fundamentals" by Dr. Rick Phillips.
This course introduces the learner to C# web-based applications. The course begins with a coverage of web-based controls, containers and objects and concludes with a series of real-world examples.
This course is the second in a series of three. The first course, "C# .NET Fundamentals" introduces the learner to the elements of C# syntax. This course builds on that syntax by teaching the student how to build interactive web pages. The final course in this series "C# .NET Database and XML" will introduce the learner to data manipulation via C#.
- Anyone interested in C# programming as either a profession or hobby should consider taking this course.
- section 1 lecture 2 - Sandbox Quiz
- Hello World
- Section 2 Lecture 3: Hello World Quiz
- Calculator Application Part 1
- Section 2 Lecture 4 Quiz
- Calculator Application Part 2
- Section 2 Lecture 5 Quiz
- Matching Game Part 1
- Matching Game Part 1 Quiz
- Matching Game Part 2
- Matching Game Part 2 Quiz
- Matching Game Part 3
- Matching Game Part 3 Quiz
- Multi-Select Wizard
- Multi-Select Wizard Quiz
- More Common Controls
- More Common Controls Quiz
- Gaming Fundamentals
- Gaming Fundamentals Quiz
- E-Learning and Testing
- E-Learning and Testing Quiz
- E-Learning and Testing Part 2
- E-Learning and Testing Part 2 Quiz
- Rick's Exotic Car Sales
- Rick's Exotic Car Sales Quiz
- Rick's Exotic Car Sales Part 2
- Rick's Exotic Car Sales Part 2 Quiz
I received my Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin in Visual Psychophysics with a minor in Computer Science. I worked my entire professional career within the computer industry specializing in relational database design and large-scale international databases.
Out of school, I went to work for VeriFone the credit card processing company because they were headquartered in Hawaii and I yearned to get out of the cold of Wisconsin. I started as employee #36. By the time I left, they were publically traded, had thousands of employees and billions in revenue. At the time of my departure, I was VeriFone's Database Design Manager and oversaw a technical staff of 125+.
I subsequently served as MIS Manager for Family Health International, Database Manager for A4 Health Systems, and CTO and President of Castle Worldwide. I retired from Castle in 2014 at the age of 55.
After retirement I was searching for a great means to keep my hands in technology. Teaching with Udemy has provided that venue. I enjoy creating the courses and interacting with the students. It is my new passion. Middle aged and young people are my favorite students - seeing them better utilize their new toys and skills gives me great pleasure, such energy.
I am a huge advocate of life-long learning and love this opportunity to share that passion with others. Remember, "keep on learning."