Quick Review on TeamTreehouse C# Basics
Three weeks ago I made it a goal to learn C# because I wanted to create a Twitter Bot.
No, that’s not the only thing I plan to create. I needed to get my feet wet first.
It was a choice between Java and C#. C# won the battle. You can find out why by checking out this blog.
I decided to reactivate my TeamTreehouse account to learn the C# basics.
The entire C# track (course) is scheduled to take about 23 hours. I’m dedicating somewhere between 1 to 2 hours a day; however, I do skip days to rest my brain, but I still at least read articles or watch YouTube videos to keep learning.
I finished the C# Basics today.
The instructor Jeremy does a great job at breaking down the basics into its simplest form.
The longest videos are about 6-7 minutes. After 1 or 2 videos, a quiz or activity pops up to make sure you understand the concept. The exercises throughout the course help the information stick to your brain.
Repetition is key!
I’d recommend TeamTreehouse in addition to learning from other resources such as books, YouTube, or other courses.
You can still land a junior position by learning on TeamTreehouse (other developers have done so). If you want to go in depth on a subject, you’ll need to branch out.
Now that I have a basic understanding of the…basics, I’ll continue with the C# Objects.
Do you use TeamTreehouse? Let me know what you think!