DotNet 101

Getting started with C#

Course Summary

This Course is designed to take you from little to no knowledge in C# to building console applications following industry standard design principles.

What you learn

  • Primitive Types
  • Classes
  • Methods
  • Project Architecture
  • Console Applications

Course Highlights

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Course Details

Getting Started
Many people start their programming careers off focused on languages like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. These three languages largely make up the Web and is an amazing place to start. Likely these developers can create all sorts of things ranging from websites, mobile apps, and even video games. While these skills are great they only scratch the surface of the Software Developer Career path.


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Why C#
C# is the epitome of Object Oriented Programming! The language itself was created by Microsoft in 2000 and has become largely the language of choice for Enterprises large and small. As you learn the principles and design patterns of this language you will master the concepts necessary to advance your career by knowing what decisions to make and having the confidence that your solutions will hold.

Adding C# to your set of primary languages will make you highly versatile. As far as programming languages go, C# is simple in syntax and packs an incredible amount of speed and power. It was designed with development ease as a top priority. With these tools C# has become one of the most popular languages in the world and is commonly used for web servers, API's, mobile apps, cloud-based services, enterprise software, and games. 

With such a robust set of features it is not surprising to see demands for C# .Net Developers average over 5,000 job listings each month with salaries that start around $80,000.  Also, with Microsoft, the tech giant, backing C# is not going away anytime soon.

If you are ready to follow in the footsteps of many great developers and enter into the world of writing C# using the DotNet framework, this course is for you.

This course is your complete guide to C# 101.               



Community Connections

At CodeWorks we host local meetups for startups, tech companies and investors. Meetups offer an ideal environment to network and make valuable connections where as a student you will be in close proximity to local talent managers who are eagerly looking for their next team member.

Agile Methodology

Agile, "The Gold Standard", is a term used to describe an approach to project management. Knowing how to work as an Agile team member, is as important to employers as your coding skill. Our curriculumn is developed specifically to incorporate this Process into your standard workday.

Certifications

Students that successfully complete the course and pass their exit interview receive a Certificate of Completion. Students also maintain their Alumni Card to showcase your accomplishments, certificates, and links to projects, as well as letters of recommendation.

Faq

Let us know how we can help you. If you have any questions please read through our Faqs or give us a call. (208) 391-5162

What is the class focus?

Your employability is our success so everything we teach and focus on is geared towards teaching the skills necessary to work in the industry.

What help is available?

We know learning to code can be challenging. At CodeWorks we keep our student to teacher ratio right around 6:1. We also have private 1 on 1 tutor sessions available at no extra cost.

What if I have more questions?

We are educators! We love questions! Shoot us an email or give us a call. We may not have every answer but we will work with you to solve anything we can. The only bad questions are those not asked.