These are some of the projects that the students will do during the camp.
The camp was really fun, I learned how to use C# to a good degree considering that I had only one week to learn. The camp itself is really fun and is taught by an amazing teacher. I am looking forward to going to more of these type camps in the future.
Although I found it a bit challenging this course was quite fun. I got help with my projects and understood what I was doing wrong so I could fix my mistakes and learn while creating interactive projects that are entertaining to play with.
The camp will teach foundations of C#.Net. Students will learn C# constructs such as variables,
constants, data types (string, number, boolean and date), arrays, conditional statements, Boolean logic, loops, functions and classes.
We will start looking into the four pillars of object-oriented programming: abstraction, encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism will be introduced during the course of the camp. Students will also get familiar with .Net integrated development environment called Visual Studio Community 2017. No previous experience necessary.
Students will be making Adventure game, Piano player, Song Writer and other games and projects.
While making video games and working on fun projects students will learn the following skills:
- Data Building Blocks: Bits and Bytes
- Variables and Constants
- Variable Types
- Operators: Assignment, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division and Concatenation
- Boolean Operations
- Comparisons and Conditions
- While and For Loops
- Random Numbers
- Classes and Objects
- Windows Forms
- Windows Controls
- Lists and Arrays
- Linked Lists and Their Traversal
No programming experience is necessary.
We are going to have a project demonstration and pizza party on Friday.
Location: Shoreline College Duration: 11:30 AM - 5 PM, Monday - Friday Cost: $979
Space is limited to 9 students per class, register early.