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Heard about object-oriented programming, but not sure what it is? Simply put, object-oriented programming (OOP) is a popular style of programming. It comes up often in technical interviews, and it’s an essential skill for every developer. If you’re looking for a course that teaches you OOP from the ground up without any jargons or fluff, this course is for you. A perfect mix of theory and practice, packed with real-world examples, exercises and step-by-step solutions.

What You’l Learn…

    How to work with classes, constructors, fields, properties, methods and indexers
    How to use encapsulation to reduce the impact of changes
    How to improve the robustness of your code
    How to re-use code using inheritance and composition
    Why composition is better than inheritance
    How to build extensible applications using polymorphism
    How to develop loosely-coupled, extensible and testable applications using interfaces
    And much, much more!

Who is this course for?

    Anyone who wants to take their C# skills to the next level
    Anyone who wants to learn and understand object-oriented programming principles
    Anyone preparing for C# coding interviews


    To take this course, you should have at least three months of experience programming in C#. At a minimum, you need to know all the topics I’ve covered in the first part of my Ultimate C# Series. You don’t need any familiarity with object-oriented programming.

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