Advanced C#

Last Update August 28, 2023
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About This Course

Learn to use the full range of Microsoft collections, from lists and dictionaries to sets, queues, and concurrent and immutable collections. This course will explore the principles of ensuring code with collections is scalable and robust.

Learning Objectives

Understanding how to use collections properly is a vital part in writing effective C# applications. In this course, Advanced C# Collections, you'll learn how to use the full range of Microsoft collections and understand how to ensure collection elements are unique using sets, along with customizing dictionary key lookup and sorting of elements. First, you’ll develop an understanding of the principles of collection scalability, which is important to ensure performance stays acceptable when dealing with very large collections. Then, you'll discover how to make your code around collections more robust by using collection interfaces to decouple code, and read-only and immutable collections to protect your data. Finally, you'll delve into using collections in a multi-threaded scenario using the concurrent collections. By the end of this course, you'll have the knowledge needed to effectively choose the most appropriate collection for any reasonable situation, and leverage that collection following good practices.


58 Lessons

Advanced C# Language Features

Learn how to build custom indexer methods00:00
Overload operators on custom types00:00
Create custom implicit and explicit conversion routines00:00
Create and use extension methods00:00
Know the role of anonymous types00:00
Understand the internal composition of an anonymous type00:00
Work with anonymous methods(Asynchronous Programming with Async and Await)00:00
Work with the C# lambda operator (=>)00:00
Understand the role of pointers and the "unsafe context"00:00
Web Methods, Web Services, and Asynchronous Web Services00:00

Reflection and Attribute Based Programming

The Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR)

Topics in Multithreaded Programming

Topics in XML Data Manipulation

An Introduction to LINQ


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