Skip to main content
Get a Quote
Course Enquiry
Contact Us

COVID-19 Lockdown

Leading Training is online and available during the Covid-19 Shutdown.

Our staff are working from home and can do the following:

  • Webinar training and e-learning
  • Consulting
  • Development work
  • Support

We can provide remote assistance to anyone who needs it, however as an IT support company we are willing to provide emergency support to companies that are essential service providers.

If you require any help from us please make use of the live chat below.

Details

C# is a modern powerful high level language. C# is the preferred programming language for the dot net framework. C# is widely used in industry to code both Web (ASP.NET) and desktop (.NET) applications.

The course is a 3 day bootcamp style course on the fundamentals of the C# language.

Delivery Methods

Delivery Method Duration Price (excl. VAT)
Fulltime 3 Days R 8,247.00
Webinar 3 Days R 6,147.00

Discounts Available

Save up to R 750 if you bring your own PC on a fulltime course.

Save up to 10% by booking and paying 10 business days before the course.

Brochure:

Download Brochure


Information may change without notice.

Audience

Programmers and IT professionals

Pre-Requisites

  • Some previous programming experience required. 
  • Our Intro to Programming or JavaScriptCourse is recommended.
  • Some SQL knowledge will also be helpful

Course Outline / Curriculum

1.    Hello World -- Your First Program

1.1. Comments

1.2. Main Method

1.3. Input and Output

1.4. Command-Line Compilation and Execution

2.    Program Structure

3.    Coding Conventions

3.1. Naming Conventions

3.2. Layout Conventions

3.3. Commenting Conventions

3.4. Language Guidelines

4.    Types and variables

5.    Expressions

6.    Main() and command-line arguments

6.1. Overview

7.    Flow Control

8.    if-else

8.1. Example

8.2. Example

8.3. Example

8.4. Switch

8.5. The match expression

8.6. The switch section

8.7. Case labels

8.8. The default case

8.9. Pattern matching with the switch statement

8.10.              The case statement and the when clause

8.11.              While Loop

8.12.              Example

8.13.              Example

8.14.              Example

8.15.              Do While Loop

8.16.              Example

8.17.              For Loop

8.18.              Example

8.19.              Foreach Loop

9.    foreach, in

9.1. Example

9.2. Break

9.3. Example

9.4. Example

9.5. Example

9.6. Continue

9.7. Example

10. Methods

10.1.              Method signatures

10.2.              Method invocation

10.3.              Passing parameters

10.4.              Optional parameters and arguments

10.5.              Return values

10.6.              Extension methods

10.7.              Async Methods

10.8.              Expression-bodied members

10.9.              Iterators

10.10.          Expression lambdas

10.11.          Statement lambdas

10.12.          Async lambdas

10.13.          Lambda expressions and tuples

10.14.          Lambdas with the standard query operators

10.15.          Type inference in lambda expressions

10.16.          Variable Scope in Lambda Expressions

11. Maths and Strings

11.1.              The Math Class

11.2.              Fields

11.3.              Methods

11.4.              The String Class

11.5.              string vs. System.String

11.6.              Declaring and Initializing Strings

11.7.              Immutability of String Objects

11.8.              Regular and Verbatim String Literals

11.9.              String Escape Sequences

11.10.          Format Strings

11.11.          Substrings

11.12.          Accessing Individual Characters

11.13.          Null Strings and Empty Strings

11.14.          Using StringBuilder for Fast String Creation

11.15.          Strings, Extension Methods and LINQ

12. Object Oriented Programming

12.1.              Classes and Objects

12.2.              Inheritance

12.3.              Interfaces

12.4.              Generics

12.5.              Delegates

13. Collections

13.1.              Using a Simple Collection

13.2.              Kinds of Collections

13.3.              Implementing a Collection of Key/Value Pairs

13.4.              Using LINQ to Access a Collection

13.5.              Sorting a Collection

13.6.              Defining a Custom Collection

13.7.              Iterators

14. Exceptions

14.1.              Catch Blocks

14.2.              Finally Blocks

14.3.              Using Statements

14.4.              Example

14.5.              Remarks

14.6.              Throwing Exceptions

 

Schedule Dates and Booking

To apply for a booking, click on the relevant "Book Now" button below.
Note: places are only fully secured once payment has been made.

Start Date Branch  
Mon 17 Aug 2020 Woodmead

Book Fulltime

Book Webinar

Mon 16 Nov 2020 Woodmead