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Introduction to Programming in C# - Course Materials

By Georgia State University

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This course provides an introduction to programming using the C# language. Emphasis is placed upon the development of correct, efficient programs that are easy to maintain. Topics include problem analysis, program design, documentation, testing and debugging. Basic features of the C# programming language are covered.

Customer Reviews

An OK intro to C#

This is an ok tutorial. It's short and simple. I just wish there was actual coding shown in the video. Not too much of the information stuck for me. (You may have to rewatch videos to actually understand the concepts talked about because the videos are just of a guy explaining some basic concepts of C#. I'm going to go to Microsoft virtual academy, as I think that will be more descriptive and will stick more.

No need for video

This is probably best suited to a recording only as the video was not used for anything except to show the speaker speaking. The content is ok but I think especially talking about programming its hard to talk through code you really need to show it the instructor states the programming statements out loud which just does not really work except for the most basic statements. I realzie this is probably for undergrads that are taking the course so take with a grain of salt.

need visuals

The instructor is well informed on the subject matter, but he merely lectures with no visual reinforcement. Definitely not a contemporary teaching style.