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This is my first post in Gamedev.net, i feel nervous about it :). 

 

Anyway i have been  learning C# for just 2 months and i liked everything about it. My bechalor's degree is industrial engineering i took only Pascal and Delphi lessons. So i can't say that i don't have any background but it is almost nothing.

 

Here is what i am doing: i am following this free online video course for absolute beginners. Everything was great until  i started to learn about Helper Methods. I felt that i get lost. So i am googling nowadays for some exercises to harden my skills. 

 

https://mva.microsoft.com/en-US/training-courses/c-fundamentals-for-absolute-beginners-8295?l=bifAqFYy_204984382 

 

I am not advicing anything just telling you what i am doing right now. I hope you gonna like your c# journey as i am.

 

I hope i am not violating any forum rules by sharing that link.  dry.png 

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This is my first post in Gamedev.net, i feel nervous about it smile.png

 

Anyway i have been  learning C# for just 2 months and i liked everything about it. My bechalor's degree is industrial engineering i took only Pascal and Delphi lessons. So i can't say that i don't have any background but it is almost nothing.

 

Here is what i am doing: i am following this free online video course for absolute beginners. Everything was great until  i started to learn about Helper Methods. I felt that i get lost. So i am googling nowadays for some exercises to harden my skills. 

 

https://mva.microsoft.com/en-US/training-courses/c-fundamentals-for-absolute-beginners-8295?l=bifAqFYy_204984382 

 

I am not advicing anything just telling you what i am doing right now. I hope you gonna like your c# journey as i am.

 

I hope i am not violating any forum rules by sharing that link.  dry.png 

You don't violate the forum rules by sharing links, so long as they're not anything overly inappropriate. 

 

Video courses are good. Practice is better. The other day, I learned a lot about arrays and for-loops because I wanted to make a program to do basic statistics calculations (Because I was too lazy to go downstairs to get my calculator :P).

 

Try and make something that could be useful to you, but don't go out and have huge ideas, such as making something "better" than Wolfram Alpha. I stuck with what I knew, and used the console. Perhaps I'll try and use Windows Forms for the first time.

 

TLDR: Practice and Google :D

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Grab C# in a nutshell the latest edition.

It is recommended and I was studying advanced topics from the book. (Threading, domains, security ,etc.)

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Since I suspect you want to learn C# to use in Unity, even though I can't help with website suggestions, I can recommend the Learning C# Programming With Unity 3D book by Alex Okita.

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