Created by:   University of Colorado System

  • Dr. Tim "Dr. T" Chamillard

    Taught by:    Dr. Tim "Dr. T" Chamillard, Associate Professor

    Computer Science

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Rated 4.6 out of 5 of 252 ratings

awesome lesson!!

It is great start for begginers in game dev. But there is lack of materials for self-learning and additional organized theory.

It's definitely the best C# course you can find. If you want to learn syntax and basic principles of this language, don't waste your time for Microsoft courses, this course is what you really need. Also it gives a great base for computer game development. Maybe MonoGame is not very perspective (though some really cool games like "Transistor" were made with it) but C# is a scripting language for Unity 3D, so it's useful to learn it anyway.

Great course for beginners even if you've never been programming before!

Assignments could be challenging, but more you learn - it's easier to work on it.

I never though it will be so much fun!

Now I'm waiting for Unity3D course from Dr. T.