C# Fundamentals - Part 3
Mr. Allen provides very good lessons and I would like to continue learning C# using his lessons.
Nawazikram Mohammed commented
I would support the Idea of having one more course on C# by Mr. Allen. May be a simple samlpe project being developed from End to End. So that it helps starters like me to get some hands on code along with seeing best practices in action.
Manye Adise commented
+ End to End app using WPF
Ayo Adesina commented
I have just joined pluralsight and the first course I have done is an MVC one by Mr Allen and it was great... from the comments here and the votes looks like my next stop should be C# Fundamentals.. lets go over the basics.
Dave Gines commented
I like how Scott makes mention of best practices, testing and other practices that can be incorporated into the specific technology he is demonstrating.
krishna tamang commented
Scott Allen rocks, don't forget to listern to dotnetrocks!
YItzchok Kanto commented
Agree Scott Allen is very clear and straight forward. I would enjoy more lectures on c# from him.
Steve French commented
Agreed - I've become a much better programmer as a result of Scott Allen.
Wayne Massey commented
The quality of Scott Allen's training videos where a big factor in why I chose Plural Sight.
Ramsin Savra commented
Indeed, I looking forward to see more lectures and lessons from him.
Jimmy Pack commented
Mr. Allen, in my humble opinion is the best teacher that Pluralsight has. I always retain what he teaches and he makes it fun to learn without sacrificing on quality.
Nick Rodriquez commented
Agree. This would be a good continuation of the series.
Amit Chugh commented
I would love to see more details about how to incorporate generics & lamda expressions in everyday programming. Things like how to create resuable business libraries with the use of Generics etc.