A few days ago, at a university, one of the attendees in a session asked me what was the best way to learn C#. As always, this question depends on the level of the person who wants to learn, although it has served as an excuse to see what’s new in the .Net ecosystem.
Well, in addition to the (now) classic Microsoft Docs, I found a resource that is rather interesting
The format is rather simple, a small tutorial on basic concepts of C #, a web code editor and the chance to compile and see the result on the same web.
As entry point for concepts such as handling of strings, arrays, etc. it seems like a good starting point to start.
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