Learning Unity c# scripting For beginners

In this course, Chebbi Tawfik goes over the basics of how to create, modify, and attach scripts in Unity. Tawfik focuses
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Students will learn the basics of c # unity scripting
Learn C#, a powerful modern language, from scratch. No prior programming experience is necessary.
Learn how object oriented programming works in practice.

Requirements

  • Mac or PC capable of running Unity 3D.
  • A copy of Unity 2017 for early content, free from Unity.
  • Either some experience of coding, or the will to do self-study.

Description

In this course, Chebbi Tawfik goes over the basics of how to create, modify, and attach scripts in Unity. Tawfik focuses on C# scripting in Unity 5 and also how to edit those scripts with external editors such as ModoDevelop, which is included in Unity and Visual Studio on Windows.

Who this course is for:

  • Learning C# Scripting in Unity is a series that aims to teach newcomers, or maybe even those not-so-new, C# in the Unity environment.
  • Some programming experience helpful, but not required.

Course content

6 sections8 lectures39m total length
  • Introduction
    00:51

Instructor

Game Developer and Educator
Chebbi Tawfik
  • 3.3 Instructor Rating
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  • 17,263 Students
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Hi! I'm Chebbi Tawfik. I'm a self-taught software engineer with over six years of experience and the author of Learning C# Programming with unity . I've developed several Unity games for mobile devices, Falling Zombie, Flappy Red Dragon, Western Crush .... . I got my start in programming when I was 18 years old, developing private game servers for a popular MMO. When I decided to look at game development as a career, I struggled to find content that didn't just spoon-feed me the answers. After countless hours of learning concepts and trying to figure out the logic behind everything myself, I decided to start my own YouTube series that teaches developers to code from scratch through interactive challenges.. I have a passion for teaching and I love watching my students go from zero to hero. My favorite thing about programming is when you're developing a feature and the logic for how to solve a problem just "clicks." That "eureka" moment is what I strive to teach all my students!