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C# Object Oriented Programming with Hands-on Practices

Kerem Aydin, Software Developer, Unity Developer, Gam

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65 Lessons (6h 56m)
    • 1. What We Will Learn?

      3:02
    • 2. What is Object Oriented Programming

      1:59
    • 3. Intro to Objects and Classes

      5:48
    • 4. Class Structure – Banking Application

      3:50
    • 5. Actions in a Class

      9:41
    • 6. Instantiation – Testing Our Application

      9:55
    • 7. Access Modifiers

      2:56
    • 8. Static Class

      2:29
    • 9. Partial Class

      2:25
    • 10. Nested Class

      4:04
    • 11. Homework 1

      1:47
    • 12. Answer

      2:22
    • 13. Introduction to Fields and Properties

      4:48
    • 14. Code Organization With Regions

      2:39
    • 15. Demonstration - Field and Properties

      7:19
    • 16. Intro To Methods

      2:35
    • 17. Utility Methods

      7:44
    • 18. Passing by Variable

      4:12
    • 19. Methods in Our Application

      9:04
    • 20. Intro to Construction

      4:45
    • 21. Demonstration - Constructors

      8:52
    • 22. Homework 2

      2:24
    • 23. Answer for Homework 2

      9:34
    • 24. Intro to Windows Forms Applications

      7:00
    • 25. Create Windows From Application

      11:25
    • 26. Intro to Windows Forms Events

      2:14
    • 27. Demonstration - Windows Forms Events

      12:38
    • 28. Input Validations

      5:37
    • 29. User Controls

      9:41
    • 30. User Controls 2

      10:20
    • 31. Homework 3

      3:51
    • 32. Answer for Homework 3

      7:18
    • 33. Intro to Data Logic

      3:13
    • 34. Refactoring - Logically Organizing Elements

      13:23
    • 35. Intro to System IO Library

      4:08
    • 36. Conclusion

      0:52
    • 37. File System as Data Storage Unit

      8:50
    • 38. File System as Data Storage Unit 2

      8:41
    • 39. File System as Data Storage Unit 3

      13:54
    • 40. File System as Data Storage Unit 4

      5:16
    • 41. File System as Data Storage Unit 5

      8:40
    • 42. Intro to Inheritance

      10:09
    • 43. Intro to Inheritance 2

      6:30
    • 44. Non - Inheritable Member

      5:39
    • 45. Sealed and Abstract Modifiers

      3:27
    • 46. Sealed and Abstract Modifiers 2

      12:49
    • 47. Acces Modifiers Revisited

      10:54
    • 48. Polymorphism

      8:42
    • 49. Interfaces

      10:15
    • 50. Interfaces Part 2

      11:41
    • 51. Homework 4

      3:18
    • 52. Intro to Event Driven Programming

      8:06
    • 53. Events and Delegates

      13:28
    • 54. Intro to Exception Handling

      7:27
    • 55. Demonstration - Exception Handling

      8:19
    • 56. Demonstration - Exception Handling Part 2

      10:54
    • 57. Homework 5

      1:00
    • 58. Answer for Homework 5

      6:08
    • 59. Tips and Tricks - Keyboard Shortcut

      9:38
    • 60. Tips and Tricks - Code Styling

      5:00
    • 61. Tips and Tricks - Code Snippets

      1:43
    • 62. Tips and Tricks - Documentation Comments

      2:08
    • 63. Tips and Tricks - Overriding To String Method

      2:27
    • 64. Tips and Tricks - Handle Exceptions Globally

      4:00
    • 65. What We Have Learned

      1:11

About This Class

Hello there,

Welcome to C#: Object-Oriented Programming in C# with Hands-on Practices course.

Object-oriented programming is the foundation of many current application development approaches. Interfaces and principles of object-oriented programming are crucial. It does not important whether you want to use C# to build web apps, mobile apps,  games or understanding C# classes if you want to succeed with clean coding, agile and design patterns, you have to master OOP.

In this course, we use interactive programming techniques; which means we will be building applications together and furthermore there will be lots of home-works to be done, of course, followed by answers. There will be lots of tips and tricks regarding beautiful and efficient coding techniques.

That`s why you are at a great place to start with OOP with C#

All my students will have a chance to learn not only the whats but also learn the whys and hows.

What you will learn?

  • Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming

  • Class Structure in Detail

  • Windows Forms Applications

  • System Input Output

  • Class Hierarchies

  • Event-Driven Programming

  • Exception Handling

  • Tips and Tricks

Why would you want to take this course? 

Our answer is simple: The quality of teaching.

When you enroll, you will feel the OAK Academy`s seasoned instructors' expertise. 

No prior knowledge is needed! 

It doesn't need any prior knowledge to learn OOP.

This course starts with very basics. First, you will learn some terminology. Then the show will start and you will learn everything with hands-on practices.  I'll also teach you the best practices and shortcuts.

Step-by-Step Way, Simple and Easy With Exercises

By the end of the course, you’ll have a firm understanding of the OOP with C# and hungry to learn more.

Video and Audio Production Quality

All our videos are created/produced as high-quality video and audio to provide you the best learning experience.

You will be,

  • Seeing clearly

  • Hearing clearly

  • Moving through the course without distractions

  • Dive in now!

    We offer full support, answering any questions.

    See you in the course!