Welcome to this early work in progress review of the Pluralsight learning path Programming C# (Microsoft Exam 70-483)
|C# Fundamentals with C# 5.0||6h 14m|
|C# Programming Paradigms||2h 44m|
|Introduction to Visual Studio 2012 – Part 1||3h 44m|
|Introduction to Visual Studio 2012 – Part 2||2h 43m|
|C# Collections Fundamentals||5h 56m|
|Practical Reflection in .NET||3h 23m|
|LINQ Fundamentals||4h 50m|
|LINQ Data Access||5h 40m|
|CLR Fundamentals||4h 20m|
|CLR Threading||2h 37m|
|C# 5 New Features||1h 15m|
|Async and Parallel Programming: Application Design||3h 45m|
|.NET Regular Expressions||3h 29m|
|Introduction to Cryptography in .NET||2h 03m|
|ADO.NET Fundamentals||4h 06m|
|Introduction to ASP.NET Web Services||2h 57m|
I watched the Introduction to Visual Studio 2012 course a few years ago, but if you want to learn Visual Studio then you might as well learn the latest version (Visual Studio 2015).
The content in those two VS 2012 courses will still be relevant for later versions of Visual Studio.
The same applies to Kate Gregory’s courses on Visual Studio 2013: Introduction to Visual Studio 2013 Part 1 and Introduction to Visual Studio 2013 Part 2.
Many of these courses assume that you are using a Windows machine. For Mac users see Visual Studio Development on a Mac
For learning the newer features added in Visual Studio 2015, Deborah Kurata produced a course in early 2015 called Visual Studio 2015 – A first look at the IDE.
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