Career question

Hello, everyone. I would really appreciate some advice. I am very new to learning C# and am looking to make a career out of it. I see that there is a huge demand for software developers/engineers. I looked into bootcamps in my area that teach C# and Java, and I can't afford it. I'm doing self-study and at first, learning C# seems overwhelming. I can do basic output of text and arithmetic operators. But that is pretty much it for now. Any advice on resources that can help me learn C# in the most effective and least expensive way?

20th Jul 2018, 1:47 PM
Alex - avatar
2 Answers
20th Jul 2018, 1:52 PM
hinanawi - avatar
https://www.quora.com/How-do-I-make-a-career-move-from-C-NET-10-years-of-experience-to-jobs-which-have-more-interesting-and-impacting-work-in-machine-learning-big-data-algorithms-and-data-structures I think this might help you ponder over the thought as to why choose c# and how to go forward. Good luck and happy coding!!!!!
4th May 2020, 1:26 PM
Vedang Singh
Vedang Singh - avatar