The network offers us a multitude of useful material that may go unnoticed by potential "students" who are interested in learning to develop new skills with which to stand out both personally and professionally..
For example, in the world of programming we find a multitude of different languages and, thanks to the Internet, we will be able to take our first steps, thanks to free courses and video courses, with languages such as C # , a Microsoft creation that is very widespread today.
One of the most intuitive C # courses on the web is the introductory course to C # from " CodigoFacilito ", a course portal that provides a series of free and interesting courses. In this case we will learn how to create objects, collections, methods, classes and more..
Nicosiored is a YouTube user who has developed a very complete video course on C # in no less than 58 video tutorials . We will be able to know operators, arithmetic expressions, problems and exercises, methods. It is quite interesting.
AulaFacil free course
The AulaFacil website brings us a 20- hour course on C # totally free, this time it is a text course, prepared by Manuel A. Pozo Chichon. The course goes step by step visiting the key points to get started in this language, and it is a quick and enjoyable approach..
MyCyberAcademy is another channel specialized in programming courses of all kinds. His C # course, in addition to being quite extensive, touches on many of the interesting topics of this language: the application, variables, cycles, constants, modifiers, methods, etc.
Productivity Course in C #
Microsoft also offers courses and guides in its own " Microsoft Virtual Academy ." In this course we will learn to squeeze automatic property initializers, members included in the body of an expression, null programming operators, exception filters, and string interpolation, among other things.
Extra: Official Microsoft Guide
Of course, we cannot ignore Microsoft's own guide , the forerunner of the C # programming language. The great capacity of this language and its implementation in the .NET Framework are reflected here.
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