Putting theory to practice and improving your C# skills by coding 95 small Windows Form Desktop apps

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Starting Out With Visual C# : Coding Exercises for Beginners

5 Oct , 2017  

  • Students should have installed Visual Studio in order to follow along.
  • No proficiency in C# or programming in general is required.
  • This is a suplemental course containing only exercises – NO lectures are provided.
  • Students should be actively learning C# and Windows Forms

UPDATE 7/16/2017 – Lesson 65 Population Data Analyzer contained code that produced incorrect output. I re-filmed the lesson, and updated the source code, too.

The course goes over every single exercise (yes, all 95 of them) in a popular college C# textbook: Starting Out With Visual C# by Tony Gaddis

This indeed is a complete set of C# Windows Forms exercises. I show you how to put the theory you learned from the textbooks into practice by solving every exercise in a step by step manner, with every step done on the camera. There are no suddenly appearing code snippets, all coding is done in front of you.

This course is all about practice. There are no lectures, no overview of the programming concepts or syntax. 

I do my best to explain what I am trying to accomplish and why, and touch on common pitfalls, too. However, this course is not for someone who needs to be taught the programming concepts from scratch. This is a course for people who need to put the concepts and theory they learned into practice.

Who is the target audience?
  • The course is designed for students enrolled in C# classes, or self-taught programmers. This is very much a beginner’s course aimed towards students who are currently learning C#, and need a guided practice exercises.
  • This is a great course for people who study C# and need to cement the knowledge by practicing; people who struggle with some concepts in practice; people who just want to do as many practice exercises as they can, and would like to have a reference point to compare their solutions to; people who take C# classes and struggle with their homework; and of course, people who learn from the book “Starting out with Visual C# by Tony Gaddis” for their classes and need a little help or a reference (all exercises are from said book).
  • Also, people who have basic understanding of C# language, but are not familiar with Windows Forms will benefit from taking this course.



Putting theory to practice and improving your C# skills by coding 95 small Windows Form Desktop apps




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