Just like you don’t see the pipes but know that the faucet is always going to pour water when the handle turns, C# is something the common web user won’t see but will use through the wealth of applications that are built through this crucial programming language. For example, ever play a Flash game on the Internet? Of course you have. It likely started in a C#-based development program. C# and other programming languages are in a weird space in the business world: not everyone understands them thoroughly—some of these people are even responsible for managing programmers—yet they’re critical skills, whether you’re a firm that’s looking for how to give your business a digital edge or if you’re seeking placement in a programmer job market. No matter what side of this you’re on, we offer the below C# primer to get your feet wet on C# and link to further resources when you’re ready to get started on some programming.
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