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C# 8.0 - OOP - Ultimate Guide - Beginner to Advanced (updated 10/2021)

Last updated 1/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 15.6 GB | Duration: 55h 41m

Learn C# by doing | C# projects | Object Oriented Programming | Advanced C# | Interfaces | Collections | LINQ

What you'll learn
Confidently speak about most of the essential concepts of C#
Crack C# job interviews easier
Solve most common bugs and issues in C# applications
Understand further technologies of .net (in future), such as Asp .Net, Asp .Net Core, Xamarin etc. easier, with strong-base knowledge of C#
Create C# Apps From Scratch and scale it up to any level
Write OOP code easier with industry-standards and best practices like a Pro
Add C# to your prior knowledge of any technology (Asp .Net Core Mvc, Xamarin, Unity etc.), to get new career opportunities

No programming knowledge / experience is needed; we will learn everything from scratch.

C# 8.0 - OOP - Ultimate Guide - Beginner to Advanced

Learn C# by doing, with real world projects.

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List of topics that ARE covered in this course

- .Net Basics: Introduction to .NET, CLI, CLR, .NET Framework Architecture, Versions of .Net Framework, Overview of .Net Core, Introduction to Visual Studio, Basics of C#

- Language Basics: System.Console class, Variables, Primitive Types, Control Statements

- OOP Fundamentals: OOP Basics, Classes, Objects, Object References

- Fields: Fields, Static Fields, Constants, Readonly Fields

- Methods: Methods, Encapsulation, Abstraction, Polymorphism, Local Variables, Parameters, this keyword, Static methods, Default arguments, Named arguments, Method overloading, ref, out, out declaration, in, ref returns, params modifier, Local functions, Static local functions, Recursion

- Type Conversion: Type conversion, Implicit casting, Explicit casting, Parse, TryParse, Conversion methods

- Constructors: Constructors, Static constructors, Constructor overloading, Object initializer

- Properties: Properties, Readonly properties, Writeonly properties, Automatic properties, Automatic properties accessibility, Automatic property initializers, Indexers

- Inheritance: Inheritance, Various types of inheritance, base keyword, Calling parent class's constructor, Method hiding, Method overriding, Sealed classes, Sealed methods

- Abstract Classes and Interfaces: Abstract classes, Abstract methods, Interfaces, Dynamic polymorphism with interfaces, Multiple inheritance, Interface inheritance, Explicit interface implementation

- Namespaces: Namespaces, Nested namespaces, Importing namespaces, Creating using alias, Using static

- Partial & Static Classes: Partial classes, Partial methods, Static classes, Enumerations

- Structures: Structures, Readonly structures, Primitive types as structures

- System.Object: System.Object class, Overriding methods of System.Object class, Boxing, Unboxing

- Generics: Generic classes, Multiple generic parameters, Generic constraints, Generic methods

- Working with Null: Nullable types, Null Coalescing operator, Null propagation operator

- Extension Methods: Extension methods, Pattern matching, Implicitly typed variables, Dynamically typed variables, Inner classes

- Garbage Collection: Garbage Collection, Generations of GC, Destructors, Finalize, IDisposable, Using Declaration

- Delegates and Events: Single-Cast Delegates, Multi-Cast Delegates, Events, Auto-implemented events, Anonymous methods, Lambda expressions, Inline lambda expressions, Expression bodied members, Switch expression, Func, Action, Predicate, EventHandler, Expression Trees

- Arrays: Creating arrays, Arrays with for loop, Arrays with foreach loop, Methods of System.Array class, Mult-Dim arrays, Index from-end operator, Jagged arrays, Array of objects

- Collections: Working with various collections, List, Dictionary, SortedList, Hashtable, ArrayList, Stack, Queue, HashSet, typeof operator, Collection of objects, Object relations, IEnumerator vs IEnumerable, Iterators and Yield return, Custom Collections, ICollection, IList, IEquatable, IComparable, IComprer, Covariance and Contra variance

- Anonymous types, Tuples, Value Tuples, Discards, String, DateTme, StringBuilder, Math, Regular Expressions

- LINQ to Collections


A mini project, "Banking application", where the bank user can create / edit bank accounts and also can perform deposit, withdraw, balance enquiry, account statement etc. operations.

Some of the above features are given as assignments; so that you can exercises coding practices based on the guidelines provided.

List of C# 3.0 New Features covered in this course

Auto-Implemented Properties

Anonymous Types

Lambda Expressions

Expression Trees

Extension Methods

Implicitly Typed Local Variables / Type Inference

Partial Methods

Object Initializer

Collection Initializer


List of C# 4.0 New Features covered in this course

Dynamically Typed Variables

Named Arguments

Optional Arguments

Covariance and Contravariance

List of C# 5.0 New Features covered in this course

Async & Await

List of C# 6.0 New Features covered in this course

Static Imports (using static)

Exception Filters (catch when)

Auto-Implemented Property Initializers

Null Propagator

String Interpolation

nameof operator

List of C# 7.0 New Features covered in this course

Out Variable Declaration



Pattern Matching

Local Functions

Expression Bodied Members

List of C# 7.1 New Features covered in this course

Default literals

Inferred Tuple Element Names

List of C# 7.2 New Features covered in this course

'private protected' access modifier

'in' parameter modifier

List of C# 7.3 New Features covered in this course

Ref returns

== operator on tuples

List of C# 8.0 New Features covered in this course

readonly structs

Switch Expressions

Using Declarations

Static Local Functions



By the end of this course, you will create all of the source code for a complete C# project, by using collections as backend for storage.

You will type in every line of code with me in the videos ... all from scratch. No copy-paste of ready-made code.

I explain every line of C# code that we create. So this isn't a copy/paste exercise, you will have a full understanding of the code.

I am a RESPONSIVE INSTRUCTOR .... post your questions and I will RESPOND in 24 hours, ASAP.

All source code is available for download.

English captions are available.


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Key Points about this Course

All C# programs are demonstrated using 'Console Applications' and 'Class Library' projects in Visual Studio 2019.

Each concept is first explained theoretically like understanding what is that concept, different types / syntax to write code. And then we will show the same with a real-world-like scenario. At last, I'll explain where exactly we use this concept in real-word applications.

All the concepts explained in both theoretically and practically.

We use C# 8, Visual Studio 2019.

Video lectures are not downloadable.


The following topics are NOT covered in this course



Entity Framework





System .IO / File IO

Who this course is for
Fresher / Experienced, who wants to understand C# 8 with complete theoretical and real-time hands-on experience.
Developers, who already have knowledge on any one programming language and wants to become C# Developer / .Net Developer


C# 8.0 - OOP - Ultimate Guide - Beginner to Advanced


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