What is SQL Server?
This general-purpose language was originally designed by Microsoft to be used for developing apps on the Microsoft platform
C# developers love the language for being pleasant to use and well-designed.
If you want to build apps for the Microsoft platform, you should naturally learn C#.
C# is often the recommended language to use when making games through the Unity Game engine.
C# is an object-oriented language designed by Microsoft and used by systems engineers, desktop programmers, and mobile app developers the world over. In these tutorials, David Gassner takes you through C#’s history, its core syntax, and the fundamentals of writing strong C# code. After explaining C#’s relationship to .NET and Windows, David shows how to install Visual Studio, a great IDE for developing in C#, and then dives into the language itself. Along the way, he covers topics such as:
- Declaring and initializing variables with a variety of data types
- Exploring operators, expressions, constants, and enumerations
- Controlling flow with conditional code and loops
- Handling exceptions
- Managing data collections
- Creating custom classes
- Organizing classes by namespace
- Understanding inheritance
Whether you’re choosing C# as 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
Want an easy way to query and update data? To query different data stores with a single tool? LINQ is the answer. Language-Integrated Query (LINQ) extends Visual Studio with powerful query capabilities based on C# and Visual Basic. LINQ makes big data doable.
In LINQ with C# Essential Training, engineer Olivia Chiu introduces techniques for querying, updating, and transforming data with LINQ. She covers standard queries—such as finding overlaps in two datasets and creating hierarchies—as well as complex chained queries. She also shows how to group and join LINQ queries with lambda expressions, and use LINQ to query SQL databases and XML documents. Last but not least, Olivia provides tips for optimizing the performance of your queries.Topics include:
- Creating and executing a LINQ query
- Returning results
- Changing the data source type
- Performing standard queries
- Working with lambda expressions
- Chaining and complex queries
- Querying SQL and XML
- Performing tree queries
- Using sequences, elements, and scalars
- Allocating memory
Available both live online & face to face in a classroom
(minimum # of student is 3)
55 hours for essential training (no background at all)
16 hours for each advanced topic
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