Create innovative and addictive games with C++
Learn C++ from scratch and get started building your very own games.
C# 6 Fundamentals LiveLessons Part I: Introduction is the new C# video from expert trainer Paul Deitel. This video is an introduction to developing applications in the C# 6 programming language. You begin by exploring the Visual Studio IDE. Then you learn about core C# constructs, including classes and objects. You move on to explore program control, and end with a deep exploration of methods in C#.
This course is the beginning track for certification. It is designed for the beginning C# programmer although there are topics of an advanced nature. The topics discussed within this curriculum focus primarily on C# code and not interface design or true event-based programming.
These videos are companion files meant to be used with the book: Learn C the Hard Way.
Learn the fundamentals of C# 6.0 With Visual Studio 2015.
Get to grips with the mechanics of .NET and C# to help you write powerful applications more efficiently.
C++ is a powerful high-level language with a wealth of recently added features that enhance its capabilities, such as auto type declarations, move semantics, lambda expressions, and concurrency support. In this Learning Path, you'll learn how to use those features effectively, resulting in software that is correct, efficient, maintainable, and portable. By the end of this course, you'll have a solid foundation in writing, compiling, and debugging C++ applications, and will be ready to move on to more advanced C++ challenges
Visual C# has become a leading programming language, resulting in greater career opportunities for Visual C# programmers. This Wrox guide literally shows novice programmers how to program in C# with Microsoft Visual Studio, using both written and visual instruction.
C# 2012 Developer Learning Path presents Paul Deitel’s signature “Live Code” treatment of Microsoft’s C# 2012 programming language—over 27 hours of expert video! Every important C# concept is presented in the context of a complete, working C# 2012 program. This LiveLesson contains over 20,000 lines of fully tested C# program code. And developers are free to reuse all of it.