Time to really grasp what object-orientation is all about
What you'll learn
- Using Classes and Objects
- What is Encapsulation
- How to use Inheritance
- How to apply Polymorphism
- How to use Virtual members
- How to use Abstract members
- What is Type Substitution
- Working with Dynamic Binding
- Interfaces and when to use them
- Static Classes and Members
- How to create and use Class Libraries
- Creating and using Structs
- The difference between Value Types and Reference Types
- Nullable Value Types
- Nullable Reference Types
- A basic understanding of C# syntax (see my beginner's course or equivalent)
- I'll be using Visual Studio (free), if you prefer VS Code on Mac or Linux that works too
Understanding Object-Orientated Programming in C#
Maybe you’re new to C# and is curious about how to go about creating actual systems of classes that interact with one another. Or maybe you’re an experienced C# developer but never really grasped concepts such as inheritance, type substitution, dynamic binding, virtual, abstract, interfaces etc.
In this course we go through clear lessons and then apply what we learned in dedicated modules with practical exercises.
Building the Dungeons of Doom Game
As we'll pick up new skills along the way, we will keep adding code to our Dungeons of Doom game – a console application where we put our knowledge into practice. Walk around in a dungeon, pick up objects and fight monsters – all while learning about polymorphism and interfaces…
A Word on Platforms
This course was written for .NET Core, but if you're using .NET 5 or later, everything still applies as later versions of .NET is just a continuation of .NET Core. I'll be using the Visual Studio on Windows, any version of Visual Studio (Community, Professional etc.) will do fine.
100% Money-Back Guarantee
This course comes with a 30-day full money-back guarantee. Take the course, go through the lectures, do the exercises, and if you're not happy, ask for a refund within 30 days. All your money back, no questions asked.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who knows a little C# and now wants to learn about object-orientation
- C# programmers who never really "got" inheritance, polymorphism, interfaces etc.