C # First Steps Programming Logic and Algorithms

C # First Steps Programming Logic and  Algorithms

C # First Steps Programming Logic and Algorithms
.MP4 | Video: 1280x720, 30 fps(r) | Audio: AAC, 48000 Hz, 2ch | 1.36 GB
Duration: 7 hours | Genre: eLearning Video | Language: English
Course equivalent to College Programming Logic. Let's use C # as a language and Visual Studio.

What you'll learn

Understand and apply the basic fundamentals of programming: sequential structure, conditional structure, repetitive structures, vectors, and matrices.
Apply knowledge gained to basic troubleshooting using the C # language
Use Microsoft Visual Studio to edit, debug, and run programs.


No prior programming knowledge is required. This is a beginner course.
A computer capable of running Visual Studio



At the end of this course you will be able to understand and apply the fundamentals of Programming Logic, namely:

Introduction to Programming





Sequential structure

Data Entry (Read Command)

Data Processing (Assignment Command)

Data Output (Write Command)

Conditional Structure (if / else)

Repetitive structures (while, for)



This course is equivalent to the discipline of Programming Logic: initial subject of programming in a college course in Computing.


Each topic will be explained clearly and objectively, addressing the theoretical aspects and showing their application in practice, using two approaches:

Demonstration of step-by-step execution through program debugging and manual desktops.

Preparation and discussion of solutions to example problems.

Each topic will also have exercises proposed for you to train and validate your learning.


To take this course, no prior programming knowledge is required. Just have a computer capable of running Visual Studio.

Importantly, the purpose of this course is not to exhaust the resources of the C # language. In this C # course is a means and not an end. We will learn a little C #, but as needed to implement the course content.


The course will be taught by Professor Dr. Nelio Alves, who has more than 17 years of experience as a university professor, in the teaching of Computing and in the elaboration and execution of projects of higher, technical and postgraduate courses.


Thanks for listening. This course is ideal for those who want to start programming using C # as their language, or for those who want to pass on the college's Programming Logic discipline, or for those who want to develop applications and games, but need the basics of programming. If this is your case, don't waste any more time: start this course now.

Who is this course for:

Beginners who want to learn programming using C # as their language
Interested in pursuing or reviewing the College Programming Logic discipline
Who has never programmed and needs the initial base of Programming Logic to later take the course "C # FULL"

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