C# is one of the most powerful languages in the modern world of programming. It has one of the most powerful type systems. There was a battle for some time between Java and C# and now we can say for sure that C# won that battle from the language features point of view.
C# 6 is already released and fully available with Visual Studio 2015. C# 7 is under development still, but many announced features are already implemented and we can play with them in Visual Studio 2017 which is currently (when I’m writing this) itself under development (release candidate is available).
Last years a great number of technologies came up to the world of .NET platform: nowadays we have the full (classic) .NET framework with CLR as a runtime, Mono with its own runtime, .NET Core with Core CLR, WinRT, UWP and Xamarin, a new JIT compiler RyuJit, .NET Standard, PCL, .Net Native, new Roslyn compiler with open API, NuGet based project management. God’s sake! It’s so simple to get lost in that ocean of technologies. You need to understand the overall picture to feel comfortable today. Didn’t you feel like a small fish in the ocean last time? Well, I did. I questioned myself, “what the hell is going on around me?” I didn’t quite understand the directions in which technologies develop. I didn’t know what to expect, what to learn next. In such situation, you feel helpless. And what we are going to do in the course is that we’re going to eliminate this nasty feeling of being helpless by learning all the most important notions in the modern .NET platform.
I’m excited to announce that my new “API in C#: The Best Practices of Design and Implementation” course is now live on Udemy. You can take it with 60% off!
In this course, over 3.5 hours, you’ll learn how to build simple yet powerful APIs, avoiding a great number of troubles.
Nowadays I’m writing my new programming video course. I chose an interesting topic for the next course: “Designing and Implementing API in C#”.
How to design API? In this course, you’ll learn how to design and implement types in C# so that the other developers won’t hate you when using one of the types developed by you. It means you are going to learn how to write code of the high quality: readable, understandable and reliable.
Improve your knowledge in object-oriented programming in the context of clean coding and building types of high quality.
- Understand the characteristics of a well designed type
- Grasp the principles of the convenient API development
- Write clean code, get rid of unpleasant smells
- Learn about what exceptions are intended for and how to throw and catch them properly
- Protect your types from the incorrect usage making them properly encapsulated
And this is far from the full list of topics we will cover in this course.
My second video course “MVVM in WPF Survival Guide From A to Z” is done and released. This is a great MVVM Tutorial for Beginners!
Learn how to create a maintainable Windows application applying MVVM to WPF.
You are eligible for getting a 40% discount, just click on the link.
My first course “Learn Enterprise WPF with XAML from Scratch” went live on Udemy.com and it you can buy it just for 10$! It is a great WPF tutorial for beginners!
In this course, you can learn deeply the concepts and tools that you will need to build fully functional UI-applications with the modern UI-building framework, Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF).
No fluff, no ranting, no beating the air. I esteem your time. The course material is succinct, yet comprehensive. All important concepts are covered. Particularly important topics are covered in-depth. For absolute beginners, I offer my help on Skype absolutely free, if requested.
Take this course and you will be satisfied.
Build a strong foundation in WPF with this course
Today, almost all applications have rich UI, console applications are very specific. Learning the essentials of WPF puts a powerful and very useful tool at your fingertips. Being familiar with WPF will make it absolutely easy to move to Universal Windows Platform (UWP) if needed because these technologies rely basically on the same principles and they are both XAML-based.