I’m slowly approaching the end of my C# course on Codecadmy pro.
And while I’m enjoying it, I find two things SEVERELY missing.
There is not enough explanation on why we need the things we learn.
For example - more practical examples on what a class or interface look like
in a real life program, app etc.
Codecademy makes it very easy to learn as they provide you will everything
necessary, but now that I want to use Visual Studio and practice creating classes,
interfaces etc, I have no clue how to put together all these components.
In other words, I don’t feel that Codecademy prepares me to the “Real World” where I will use Visual Studio to actually program. I really think this should be part and parcel of the C# course.
Can anyone recommend me good and structured resources that help learn how to create a full functioning program on Visual Studio 2019?
Thanks a lot!