Daily Deal: Complete C Family Programming Bundle

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Learn to program in C, C++, and C# with this $39 Complete C Family Programming Bundle. The 6 courses cover basic information on C and C++, and then focus the remaining time helping you learn C#, which is one of the leading programming languages for developing Windows business applications, and is especially powerful in building quick and efficient desktop applications. It enables developers to build secure and robust applications running on the .NET framework, and provides a range of solutions to programming problems. Get up to date with the C Family Suite.


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    Lawrence D’Oliveiro, 31 Aug 2016 @ 4:36pm

    Who Is Developing Windows Business Applications Any More?

    Least of all in a Windows-specific language? Everything is cloud-based and mobile-based now. Which means running on Linux at some level.

    In other words, keep the C and C++, drop the C#. It’s about as relevant as Objective-C these days.

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