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Beginning C# Programming

      • Boolean Logic

        The bool type, basic logical operations AND, OR, NOT
      • 00:12:32

      • User Input

        Taking user input, validating it, and using loops to try again on validation errors
      • 00:21:21

      • Arrays

        Introduction to arrays; arrays are a fixed-size collection of variables indexed by consecutive integers
      • 00:15:04

      • Debugging a Method

        Calling a static method you just wrote, arguments and parameters, debugging the call, the call stack window, and the locals window
      • 00:19:48

      • Implementing a Method

        Consider the error cases first, what happens when an exception is thrown, what "code quality" means, writing a "maximum" method, and thinking before programming
      • 00:20:29

      • More About Method Parameters

        Relationship between parameters and arguments, why changing parameters is bad style, why variables should have one clear meaning, parameter and arguments can have the same name
      • 00:16:50

      • Putting It All Together

        Writing a method that solves a real problem: figuring out how much interest you can save on your mortgage. Taking input from the user, validating it, writing a method to calculate interest, finding bugs, fixing them, writing tests.
      • 00:52:11

Beginning C# Programming

  • Publisher: O'Reilly Media
  • Released: March 2015
  • Run time: 8 hours 55 minutes

Learn how to get started with this popular language, whether you’re new to programming or just new to C#. This engaging video course teaches you C#’s core concepts and design principles through hands-on exercises, and delivers fun and useful projects so you can put everything together.

With an emphasis on object-oriented programming, C# enables developers to create multi-paradigm, type-safe applications that run on the .Net Framework. Former Microsoft developer and C# expert Eric Lippert helps you discover what makes this language so unique and provides the foundation you need to begin writing programs of your own.

  • Set up a development environment with C#
  • Explore basic data types such as values, variables, expressions and literals
  • Learn how to use types with variables
  • Gain access to performing basic and more advanced mathematical computations
  • Practice reading, writing, and running your first C# program

Eric Lippert develops C# analyzers at Coverity. During his sixteen years at Microsoft he was a developer working on the Visual Basic, VBScript, JScript and C# compilers and a member of the C# language design team. He blogs about language design at http://ericlippert.com and can be found on Twitter at @ericlippert.