This post contains a collection of C# related things I learned and projects I did. The C# Code Snippets section is where you can find C# and .NET related topics like decision statements, Object-Oriented programming in C#, Threading, Events, Collections, … Meanwhile, under Algorithms and useful bits of code you will be able to find such things as sorting algorithms, quick how-tos, and other useful bits of code that don’t really fit anywhere else. And finally, there is the C# Project section that has my C# projects.
Here you won’t find a complete set of step by step tutorials but rather a list of quick tutorials on a certain topic with code examples. I left out some of the more trivial things and the absolute basics. I only included the things that I thought were the most important or the things I was most likely to forget. If you are looking for complete step by step tutorials I would recommend the #adMicrosoft Visual C# 2013 Step by Step book written by John Sharp. It’s a great book that pretty much covers most things you will ever need to know about C#. Also, there are plenty of great video tutorials on youtube.
C# Code Snippets
Algorithms and useful bits of code
Here are a couple of C# projects utilizing some of the concepts from above.