C# Training

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What is c#?

C# is a powerful and type-safe object-oriented language that allows developers and programmers to create a wide scope of safe and reliable applications that can run in the .NET system. This .NET system includes the implementations of .NET. Programmers can use C- sharp to create Windows client applications, XML Web services, distributed components, client-server applications, database applications, and so on.

 Why take c# training?

C# training comes in handy with plenty of bright opportunities. As the scope of game development continues to rise along with more website development on the ASP.NET framework, proficient believe that the future of c# training is brighter than ever before. Whether it is the designing of websites, building desktop applications, or creation of addicting games, so no way c# savvies will find difficulty in finding the perfect job that lists C# as a requirement for the position.

C# is every person language

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Why take a C# Trainig course with Wolf Careers?

We make programming an easy go!

C# can be a difficult programming language to learn and excel in but wolfcareers have as made things easier for beginners and advancing developers with our robust portfolio of courses dedicated to C# and .Net certification training. You can choose the course tailored to your desires, or you can take a free consulting session with our experts to help you identify your choice. We provide C# Training and job placement in Chicago and Texas also assistance after completing the course. Sign up and start learning C# today!

Immediate paybacks

C# takes advantage of the .NET Framework which provides you with access to a powerful forms engine, just like VB developers have had for years. C# benefited you with many other things including

  • It has a built-in advanced code editor and debugger.

  •  C# language syntax is similar to others and hence easy to use.

  • C# language has also pointer as C++.

  •  Protect code when working outside of the compiler.

  • Less Coding and Increased Reprocess of Code.

  • Easy Deployment.

  • Reliability.

  • Use across different Platforms and Languages.

  • Security and safety.

  • Use for Service-Oriented Style.

  • Integration with any Legacy System.

Wolf Careers C# training course portfolio

Have a look at the following most demanded courses worldwide

These courses are intended to introduce C# training programming language to develop well-documented programs. These courses are designed by our top-notch experts to provide knowledge of how features of .Net are used in developing applications

Our courses are equipped with case studies on Java versus .net to understand what the differences are and when to use .net and Java besides hands-on projects to understand things practically.

C# Training- Programming for Beginners

          Learning objectives

  • Creation of a functional app based on complete and standards-compliant code.
  • Essential programming concepts including data types, classes and objects, arithmetic operators, I/O, if-else statements, loops, etc
  • Computing theory and mathematical principles apply to everyday C# programming

Course curriculum

  • How to run the program 
  • Correcting Errors
  • Modifying
  • Introduction to Data Types
  • Data Types
  • Data Types Continued – string and bool
  • Variable Naming Rules
  • Assigning Data to Variables
  • Exercise – Saying Hello to Others
  • Classes and Objects
  • Set and Get Methods
  • Properties
  • Utility Methods
  • C# Arithmetic Operators
  • Arithmetic Operator Order Of Precedence
  • Increment And Composite Assignment Operators
  • Using Constants
  • Math Library Functions
  • Numeric Data from The Keyboard
  • Writing Data To The Console
  • Relational Operators
  • Logical Operators
  • Simple if Statement
  • The if-else-if Statement
  • The while Loop
  • Count Controlled while Loops
  • The for Loop
  • Defining A Method
  • Predicate Methods
  • Void Methods
Learning objectives

  •         Basics of the C# programming language from setting up .NET development environment
  •         Overview of .NET, C# coding concepts such as Variables, Operators, Selection & Iterative statements, Debugging C# programs

Course curriculum

  • What is a Variable?
  • C# Text
  • C# Numbers
  • DEMO: C# Numbers
  • C# Boolean
  • C# Arrays
  • What is a Variable?
  • C# Text
  • C# Numbers
  • C# Boolean
  • C# Arrays
  • C# Operators
  • Unary Operators
  • C# Mathematical Operators
  • C# Assignment Operators
  • Overview of Program Flow
  • C# Selection Statements
  • C# If Statements
  • C# Switch Statements
  • What is the Iteration?
  • While, Do While, For Statements
  • Foreach Statements

Learning objectives

  • Create and run independent tasks
  • Manage access to data
  • Effectively and efficiently use of parallel collections
  • Working with task continuations
  • Writing of parallel loops
  • Know the power of Parallel LINQ
  • Master asynchronous programming

Course curriculum

  • Canceling Tasks
  • Waiting for Time to Pass
  • Waiting for Tasks
  • Exception Handling
  • Overview
  • Critical Sections
  • Interlocked Operations
  • Spin Locking and Lock Recursion
  • Mutex
  • Reader-Writer Locks
  • Overview
  • Concurrent Dictionary
  • Concurrent Queue
  • Concurrent Stack
  • Concurrent Bag
  • Blocking Collection and the Producer-Consumer Pattern
  • Overview
  • Continuations
  • Child Tasks
  • Barrier
  • Countdown Event
  • Manual Reset Event Slim and Auto Reset Event
  • Semaphore Slim
  • Overview
  • Parallel Invoke
  • Breaking, Cancellations, and Exceptions
  • Thread Local Storage
  • Partitioning
  • Overview
  • As Parallel and Parallel Query
  • Cancellation and Exceptions
  • Merge Options
  • Custom Aggregation
  • Overview
  • Using Async and Await
  • State Machines
  • Task.Run
  • Task Utility Combinators
  • Async Factory Method
  • Asynchronous Initialization Pattern
  • Asynchronous Lazy Initialization
  • ValueWalk