17 Beginner C# Walkthrough Projects step by step (Udemy.com)

Learn how to code in C# by building 17 projects

Created by: Bluelime Learning Solutions

Produced in 2022

What you will learn

  • Develop your creative and technical skills to build c# applications
  • Create Event Handlers
  • Create Custom Methods
  • Customize form
  • Add controls and change their properties
  • Write conditional code
  • Add comments to code
  • Understand how intellisense works
  • Build and test your code
  • Create 17 C# Projects

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Course Description

Welcome to this C# project based course for beginners course (pronounced C Sharp).
C# is designed to be a simple, modern, general-purpose, object-oriented programming language, borrowing key concepts from several other languages, most notably Java
C# is an Object Oriented language and does not offer global variables or functions. Everything is wrapped in classes, even simple types like int and string, which inherits from the System.Object class.
In this course I will walk you through how to create the following 17 beginner c # projects:

  • Calculator
  • Digital Clock
  • Currency Converter
  • Picture Viewer
  • Maths Quiz
  • Web browser
  • Notepad
  • Maze Game
  • paint drawing app
  • Pair matching game
  • 2D Ping Pong game
  • snake game
  • image upload form
  • Mortgage calculator
  • weight conversion app
  • Temperature Converter

C# is an object-oriented language designed by Microsoft and used by systems engineers, desktop programmers, and mobile app developers the world over.
  • This course will guide you through C#'s basics, its core syntax, and the fundamentals of writing strong C# code. I will show you how to install Visual Studio, a great IDE for developing in C#, and then dive into the language itself. Along the way, we will cover topics such as:
    Declaring and initializing variables with a variety of data types
    Data type Conversions and Truncating
    Exploring Basic Arithmetic operators
    Troubleshoot Compile errors
    Controlling flow with conditional code
    Creating Method
    Creating Event Handler methods
    Using controls and changing their properties

If C# is your first step into programming or adding it your existing skillset, these training videos will help you understand the language and use it to build your own great software.
Welcome :-)
Who this course is for:
  • Aspiring SQL developers
  • Aspiring programmers
  • Novice programmers

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Bluelime Learning Solutions

Bluelime is UK based and creates quality easy to understand eLearning solutions .All our courses are 100% video based. We teach hands on- examples that teach real life skills .

Bluelime has engaged in various types of projects for fortune 500 companies and understands what is required to prepare students with the relevant skills they need.



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By C Cain on 2 months ago

I learned so much!! Thank you!!

By Randolph Scott on 2 months ago

This was a great course for me since I learned other techniques / methods that what I may have done.

By Willem Pitel on 4 months ago

As a newbie to C# the course helped me a lot. The rate is unfortunately slow and the lecturer does not explain why he is doing certain things - he just reads the definition. In many cases I would have liked to know why code were used and what the purpose is. I also did not receive responses to questions I had, so you are basically on your own.I would however recommend the course for newcomers to C#.

By Zurab Giorgadze on 5 months ago

typing is slow,there are some creepy voices here and there,subtitles can use some work,i am playing at 1.5x speed and still understand everything and i would have loved more in depth explanation on certain things but overall it is indeed good,follows step by step explanation style and does what it tells you it will and it is worth a shot if you are a beginner like me

By Mary Albert on 6 months ago

One of the greatest courses on Udemy.

By Zaskia de Chazal on 2 months ago

A little too basic in places and the speech is so slow that I have had to increase the speed.Edit: One would think that there would be some type of progression to the projects. I'm still getting intellisense defined (as in, what is intellisense) in project 7. So much repetition of the most basic stuff in each project that should have instead been put in an introduction video.

By Giselle Freude on 2 months ago

Its interesting but the lecturer could be a lot better. He shouldn't hold the microphone right up against his mouth, you can hear nasty squishing noises that come from his tongue moving around and he has made some pretty rooky mistakes already.

By Ethan Taub on a week ago

I'm sorry but the instructor speaks and write too slow. It would be too frustrating to try to function at such a low level, and I don't think I would learn anything. $10 or so down the drain, but no big deal. I'm throwing this one away.

By Zoey Paisio on 5 months ago

It's aimed at beginner level which is exactly what I need

By Michal Slotwinski on 11 months ago

Instructor basic computer skills are awful... Writing so slow... I literally would write same thing twice before he do once... honestly even pointing at something with mouse takes him ages. All that adds up and makes us to waste a lot of time for designing forms...

By Jonathan King on 9 months ago

It was a good practice.

By Adrienn Papp on 3 months ago

Thank you for the slow talk, i appreciate it :) Really...