Either students who know at least ONE other programming language, OR brilliant first-time learners
Learners should know what an I.D.E is, as well as be able to create a basic C# programming environment
I wanted to thank everyone for participating in our beta test!
The test is now over. The new content is available for sale on Udemy as “C# 1000.”
p.s. People kept requesting this free training, even after we ended the beta test, so we re-punished the content for your enjoyment.
Udemy presently limits free training to under 2 hours. The final production has over 75 lessons, and is much longer than this 2 hour introduction. We decided to keep this free to help students decide if each would like to learn C# 1000 at an accelerated pace.
Once again: Thank you for your participation.
Keep in mind that what goes around, comes around – Life is so much better whenever we strive to do unto others, what we would want others to do, unto us …
- Students who know how to use programming variables / data types (“strings”, “integers”, etc.)
- Students who have used conditional programming patterns / control flows (e.g “if” and “while” statements”)
- Students who have used ‘classes’ to manage their code creation activities