17 hours Track

Beginning C#

C# first appeared on the scene in 2000 as part of Microsoft’s .NET Framework. Today, C# and .NET are open source and used across a wide variety of platforms and devices to create powerful, dynamic client and server applications including web applications, REST APIs, desktop applications, and cross-platform native mobile applications. C# and .NET have been adopted by businesses small and large, so learning them is a great way to land a software development job in just about any market. This track will guide you through the basics of the language and help you gain the experience and confidence you need to explore any direction your programming adventures may lead.

  • An entry-level salary for the technologies covered in this track is about $70,000 / yr on average.