UW Professional & Continuing Education (PCE) offers evening, weekend, and online degree programs and certificates. Courses are developed in partnership with regional leaders to provide access to important contacts and industry expertise.
The C# programming language is the major language used to develop applications for the Windows operating system. In this three-course certificate program, we’ll show you how to design and build robust, data-driven Windows client and web applications using the Microsoft .NET Framework. Then you’ll create your own applications to add to your professional portfolio. Build a career in software development with this powerful and widely used language.
This program is designed for technically oriented professionals who want to become software engineers or developers who want to enhance their programming skills. Those with less experience should consider taking courses in Foundations of Programming (C# and .NET) and Foundations of Algorithms & Data Structures first. This is a NONCREDIT course.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
Basic concepts of the .NET Framework
The ways that object-oriented programming, multithreading and class libraries improve application performance and design
How to use common Windows controls and create Windows forms applications
Data structures, storage techniques, exception handling, strings, regular expressions and collections
I have took Aws online training from onlineITguru. They have given me the best training. The trainers are supportive , they provided me training in my comfortable timings. I have Joined in India in India for training. Due to some reasons... Read More i went to USA. with out any disturbance, they given me training in USA also.
"Go with a traditional coding camp! Not the right environment for learning to program (too much lecture)."
Full disclosure: I'm a newbie (6 months of self-learning) and have tried a coding camp (Epicodus, dropped out after week 1, regretfully) and also basic online coding courses (CodeAcademy). I dropped out of Epicodus to pursue what I thought would be a more... Read More "professional" achievement in the form of a Certificate in C# from the UW. I took the Intro to C# class to start my journey and was in doubt ever since the first class. The first class is just intros to fellow classmates and the next two classes are just lectures with very little application. They get you to stay past the refund deadline by telling you that it gets better and to stick with it. It doesn't.
Maybe the other courses are more in-depth and maybe I just got a bad professor (great professional accolades, but not much of a teacher, in my opinion). More importantly, the environment is just wrong for learning to program. Class time is wasted with poorly structured material (they would edit/correct it in class!) and lectures like you would expect from College, and this is not productive. Save your money, go to a private coding camp. FYI, Epicodus puts there material online for free, which is where I am going before I decide on a bootcamp. Here is the link:www.learnhowtoprogram.com