Treehouse NewsNew Course Roundup: C# and Angular

Mary McPherson
writes on November 23, 2015

Every week, new content is published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of November 16, 2015.

COURSES

C# Basics Jeremy McLain
In this course you will gain all the knowledge you will need to build an interactive command line program in C#. No prior programming experience is required. You’ll create a program that keeps a running total of how much exercise you’ve done. In doing so you’ll learn the basics of programming in C#.

Angular Basics – Huston Hedinger
Angular is a front end JavaScript framework that allows you to rapidly develop robust, single page web applications. In this course you’ll learn the basics of how to get an Angular application set up and running. Additionally, you’ll get a strong conceptual overview and foundation in Angular. You’ll be able to use the knowledge gained from this course to start your own applications or to easily jump in on existing large scale applications.

Workshops

Introduction to Visual Studio Jeremy McLain
In this workshop, Jeremy demonstrates many of the features of Visual Studio.

Using Treehouse Workspaces Nick Petit

Workspaces is an online text editor and development environment that is integrated with Treehouse. In other words, it’s the tool that can help you write the code to make websites and web applications. You can use Workspaces to follow along with Treehouse courses, and you can also use it to build projects on your own and practice coding. In these lessons, we’ll take a closer look at Workspaces and learn how to use its features step-by-step.

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2 Responses to “New Course Roundup: C# and Angular”

  1. KyriakosMichael on December 4, 2015 at 2:11 pm said:

    We would love to see more content from Microsoft area programming environment.
    .NET and Visual Studio is a huge player in Industry, so i would love to see a course about it. Programming in depth, and how to create ASP.NET applications for the upcoming Enterprise needs and demands.
    Thanks ThreeHouse Team for helping people learn and Discover new possibilities in Life.

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