A rigorous curriculum to take you from beginner to professional and land you a job as a C# developer.

Why C#?

So you’re fluent in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Congratulations! You can now create all sorts of fun things, like websites, apps, and video games. But if you want to grow as a programmer — and rake in big bucks while you’re at it — don’t pigeonhole yourself to just client-side languages. It’s time to expand your horizons and find a server-side language to cut your teeth on.C# is a great option.

Not to be confused with the musical note, C# is an object-oriented, general-purpose language created by Microsoft in 2000 as a means for building apps on their .NET platform. It hasn’t been around for that long compared to other languages, but it is now one of the most popular. So much so that in 2012, it was named the programming language of the year by the Popularity of Programming Languages (PYPL) index. And today, it continues to be the stack of choice for enterprises, big or small.

But if you need further proof why C# is the language to learn, let us break it down for you:

It’s cool.

No, really. During its early stages, C# was called Cool, which stood for “C-like Object Oriented Language.” Okay, that was nerdy, but the pun was staring us in the face. They later had to change it due to trademark reasons, but it’s also cool in the sense that you can build a lot of awesome things with it, which leads us to the second reason.

It has an enormous set of use cases.

And a lot of fun ones at that. C# is highly versatile, and can be used to create a ton of projects, including but not limited to mobile apps, cloud-based services, enterprise software, and games. Lots and lots of games.

It’s widely used in game development.

Ever heard of Unity? Yeah, the most popular game engine. C# is widely used to develop games with Unity, which means that thousands of games, including popular ones like Rimworld, were scripted using C#. Told you it’s cool.

It gives you an excellent programming foundation.

Since it’s similar to other C-type languages like C, C++, and Java, being fluent in C# will make learning the others a breeze.

It’s easy to learn.

As far as programming languages go, C# is fairly simple to digest. It’s a high-level language, and that means it is somewhat similar to English. It’s also designed with ease of use as a priority, and it abstracts away most of the complex tasks like memory management and exception handling, enabling coders to learn it without frying their brains.

It opens you to lucrative work opportunities.

Since it’s such a robust and well-rounded language, it’s no surprise that C# is utilized by thousands of companies.  You must admit, that’s hardly an amount to ignore.

It’s still evolving.

The future is bright for C#. Because it’s developed by Microsoft, the tech behemoth will likely make endless iterations and add useful features. And besides, C# is the 5th most popular programming language in the world today and it’s not going anywhere anytime soon.

Code360 is one of the leading software development academies with respect to C# training in Lagos, Nigeria.

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You'll need to have a genuine interest in tech and coding and be extremely motivated. The course moves very quickly. While we work tirelessly to make sure you don't fall behind, your engagement is key. It's important that you've had some introduction to coding hence, successful completion of  prework is mandatory.

Yes! In fact, many of our students have computer science degrees. During the course, you'll not only learn to code, but you'll also learn to use professional tools like Azure and the workflows that many startups and software companies are using. Additionally, you'll learn software development best practices, SOLID principles, and other technologies.

We need you 100% dedicated to the course, so, unfortunately, you won't be able to work and juggle other responsibilities during the 16 weeks of your bootcamp