Advanced C# : Empower Yourself with Advanced C# Skills
Advanced C#. Delegates and Events, Reflection, Lambda Expressions, Attributes, Multithreading, Generics, Exception Handling, Extension Methods, Nullable Types
This "Advanced C# : Empower Yourself with Advanced C# Skills" course has good advanced C# programming topics/concepts in detail and valuable in software development.
Why learn Advanced C#
- Preferred language for Enterprise Solution
- Enrich your C# skills
- To provide efficient solution
- Implement/Understand complex techniques
- Better Development/Maintenance
- Flexible and Extensible software design
- Well prepared for interview
Design and development of a product requires great understanding of implementation language. The complexity of real world application requires the use of strength of language to provide robust, flexible and efficient solution. C# provides the Object Oriented capability and lot of rich features to stand with changing demand of current world application requirement.
The course covers variety of advanced C# concepts used in software development : Delegates and Events, Multithreading, Generics, Exception Handling, Extension Methods, Nullable Types, Lambda Expressions, Reflection, Attributes, Dynamic Language Support.
This "Advanced C# : Empower Yourself with Advanced C# Skills" tutorial explains the advanced features of C# in step-wise manner. All the topics have been explained in simple way. You will also see the demonstration of source code implementation for each topic with good examples. This course will improve the advanced C# programming skills of developers who have basic understanding of C#. You will learn rich advanced C# concepts which will help in providing efficient solution of software projects. You will be able to understand and implement all the advanced c# techniques. This will also help you to present yourself well for advanced C# coding interview questions.
This course is third one in my complete C# Design and Development course series-
- C# : Learn C# Fundamentals and Programming In Simple Way
- OO C# : Learn Object Oriented C# in Simple Way
- Advanced C# : Empower Yourself with Advanced C# Skills
- Design Patterns In C#
Course will be updated with adding new topics and existing topics will be provided in detail to have good understanding of advanced features of C# programming to build the technical strength and shape your career.
This advanced C# online course will be great help to developers as very few books/tutorials are available to provide good knowledge on advanced C# concepts. Also it will be a good complement to any book/tutorial.
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Industry experience of 18+ years.
Worked on system side includes driver, compiler, linker, debugger, IDE, System Utilities, system management.
Worked on architecture and design of various products and tools.
Author of popular books on C language "C In Depth" and on Data Structures "Data Structures Through C In Depth", loved by 350,000+ students.
C In Depth
S K Srivastava, Deepali Srivastava
Data Structures Through C In Depth
S K Srivastava, Deepali Srivastava
Founder of coursegalaxy.com and Sonebhadra Technologies which provides software solutions and training.
PreviewWhat is Delegate (2:01)
PreviewDelegate Example (2:41)
PreviewDelegate instance creation and invocation (2:06)
PreviewDelegate Implementation Demo (5:49)
StartPassing delegate in method (5:30)
StartMulticast Delegates (4:35)
StartMulticast Delegates Implementation Demo (9:09)
StartEvent Mechanism Implementation Demo (8:44)
StartWhat is Multithreading (1:09)
StartHow to create and start a thread (7:52)
StartThread class (8:06)
StartUsage of Join method (6:27)
StartUse and Display Thread Properties (8:33)
StartUsage of Sleep method (4:39)
StartChanging the Thread Priority (8:33)
StartThread Synchronization (6:37)
StartSystem.Threading namespace (2:42)