It is among the most preferred developer languages because it is simple to learn and offers robust applications. It is a statically typed language and hence easier to maintain and scale. Lastly, C# gives you a solid base to the object oriented concepts that form a base for languages such as Python and Java, and hence is among the first languages that potential developers must learn.
C# course designed to help you grasp all the fundamentals of object oriented programming and develop a base to study further technologies such as the .NET Framework. You will learn through a series of interactive and hands on practice sessions that focus more on practical knowledge. By the end of this course you would have developed a strong language base by learning to create, compile and run object oriented C# programs and develop simple yet robust applications. This C# training workshop also extends your learning to the .NET framework and helps you leverage its capabilities to develop desktop and web applications.
C# is a programming language used when developing Asp.net. The Asp.net is a web application framework created by Microsoft. The main goal of Asp.net is to create web applications, web sites and web services. Programmers may use C# as a programming language for Asp.net or choose other languages available.
Anyone interested in C language who want to apps. Individuals who want pursue career in development to build applications.
Basic programming skills required to take up the course.
You will be hired as developer in the companies like wells Fargo, Bank of America, DBS, commonwealth bank and more.
Overview of .NET Framework Programming, Introducing C# Programs, Data Types in C#, Operators and Expressions, Control Structures, Object Oriented Programming, Classes, Methods, Properties and Operators , Arrays and Indexers, inheritance and more.
Overview of .NET Framework Programming
Introducing C# Programs
Data Types in C#
Operators and Expressions
Object Oriented Programming
More about Types
Methods, Properties and Operators
Characters and Strings
Arrays and Indexers
Virtual Methods and Polymorphism
Formatting and Conversion
.NET Interfaces and Collections
Delegates and Events
Introduction to Windows Forms