C Sharp ASP.Net Course Training

C# and ASP.Net Course Training

You’ve made the decision to learn how to program. Or maybe you have the experience client-side languages like HTML, CSS, or JavaScript, and you want to learn a server-side language in order to broaden your knowledge. Either way, now you need to decide what to learn.

So why would you choose to learn C# or ASP.NET?

C# has traditionally been used to develop web and desktop applications. You can even use C# to develop for the Universal Windows Platform (UWP), which allows you to create a single app that targets Windows desktops, tablets, phones, and Xbox One game consoles.

Learning C# will help prepare you to learn other languages. C# and Java (which is also used in a wide variety of situations, including Android development) are similar not only in their syntax, but share conceptual, architectural, and runtime similarities as well. C# and Swift (which is used to develop iOS apps) also share syntactic similarities (see Swift for C# Developers).


Since it’s initial release in 2002, C# and the .NET Framework have evolved at a steady rate, gaining new features such as generics, language integrated query (LINQ) capabilities, and rich support for asynchronous programming. By adding new features to C#, Microsoft has kept the language feeling fresh and current, allowing it to keep up with the demands of modern software development.

In June 2016, Microsoft released v1.0 of .NET Core and ASP.NET Core, new open source (hosted on GitHub) and cross-platformm (Windows, Linux, and macOS) versions of .NET and ASP.NET. Being able to develop and deploy ASP.NET apps on the platform of your choice opens up new scenarios, including mixed environment development teams and deploying your applications onto Linux servers.


Microsoft’s Visual Studio IDE (integrated development environment), provides developers with powerful tools for developing C# and ASP.NET apps. Visual Studio’s IntelliSense offers intelligent code completion that makes it easier and quicker for developers to write C# code. There’s even a free version available, Visual Studio Community, which gives all developers access to these great tools regardless of their situation.


C# and the .NET Framework are used by small to large businesses, all over the world. This has kept demand for C# and .NET developers at relatively consistent levels over the years (see the Indeed.com recent job trends data below). Learning C# is a great way to land a software development job in just about any market.

What Makes Kritya Solutions Different

Now that you’ve decided to learn C# or ASP.NET, how do you go about doing that? If you’re new to programming, learning C# or ASP.NET can seem difficult or intimidating. At Kritya Solutions, we understand what it’s like to be a beginner.

Kritya Solutions offers two tracks: Learn C# and ASP.NET Web Development. Each track contains a curated progression of courses and workshops that will guide you through the learning process.

Our training team has carefully planned and crafted a gradual, step-by-step curriculum so that no prior programming experience is necessary for you to be successful. We take the necessary time to fully explain concepts while not making any assumptions about what you may or may not know.

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