A huge number of people who are interested in pursuing a career in software development turn their attention to C#. And it’s no wonder—with C Sharp programmers earning an average salary of around $70,000 per year in the U.S., and with many senior C# developers pulling in over $100,000 USD a year, it’s an attractive option. The language is in high demand as well: it’s one of the most popular programming languages in the world, with thousands of job openings as a C# developer posted worldwide each month. Plus, C Sharp itself holds a wide appeal, since it’s versatile enough to allow you to work in a wide variety of roles and in all sorts of industries. But what do you have to know in order to work as a C# programmer? That’s what we’ll cover in this article—along with links to learning resources to help you develop, whether you’re just getting started with programming or looking to shore up your knowledge and begin applying to jobs.
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