Beginning C#


I’m starting a programming course this semester, but I’ll be working for the most part of classes so I was wondering if anyone can tell me a good place to learn C# by myself (it’s the language that we are going to learn first in this course)

Please and thank you


“youtube brackeys c#”

Thank you :wink:

This one is also a good place to start:

Forget about C#, goto for a perfect start.

Well, after suffering in braceland and semicolonland, he will enjoy even more a language closer to English :wink:

There is something I loved about c# : there are tons of sample code out there.
This helped me a lot:

But I still prefer Xojo.

Think besides Java , C# is the biggest programming language at the moment.

I read everyday jop openings from the French Job Agency and I saw Java, C#, .Net, sometimes COBOL, and then all web (python, JavaScript, etc.).

And sometimes, the “IDE” (or development platform) is not disclosed at all.

I think that the real problem is that companies want their domain specialist (with low prices) with high experience. If you’re not in the schema, don’t bother me.

And I forgot: it may be best if you already have a job or, eventuallyn lost or quit your job in the last hours. In you’re not in that bandwagon, don’t bother me.

Man or Woman does not seems to be a problem.
How old you are does not seems to be a problem too.

Windows is present usually to name a “Domain” like Windows Server xyz. I saw sometimes Linux.

The last fashion is to ignore (never respond) if they are not interested by your résumé. A well know fact in (state or city) administrations. France have law to go against that (if the state or city)administration does not give an answer in a two months timeframe, the answer is positive but probably not for all questions).

IMHO, of course.

@Paulo Manuel
For C# (and other languages) you can use

On my Github you can find some C# Projects made with Mono (TreeView, Listbox).