Learn C#: Boost your skill set with this always-in-demand programming language

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Apr 28, 2016
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  1. For aspiring developers looking to learn a new skill, or seasoned programmers seeking a powerful tool for their repertoire, C# is a great starting point. This programming language is one of the most in-demand amongst employers, including Intel and Amazon, and will open many doors for those who master it.

    When broken down to its most basic elements, C# isn’t as complex as it may seem. This object-oriented language is powerful and flexible, and is used for everything from Windows apps to enterprise software. It comes integrated with the .NET Framework Class Library and will provide a strong foundation for learning other languages such as Objective-C, PHP, and C++.

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  2. VitalyT

    VitalyT Russ-Puss Posts: 3,669   +1,951

    C# may be still the most popular language today, but its market share continues to shrink.

    Today it has moved exclusively into the corporate niche. Outside of the corporate business, nobody wants it anymore. And the only two reasons why corporations use it: A) To maintain the existing products, and B) .NET developers are still the easiest ones to find.
  3. Tom Vader

    Tom Vader TS Rookie

    So the only ones using it are the ones getting paid?
  4. jobeard

    jobeard TS Ambassador Posts: 11,168   +986

    YEP - - they're called program support and none are in R&D (aka no new products built with it).

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