In this book, you will create some real programs, and for this purpose, you need to learn a programming language, which is what gives the computer its instructions. Programming languages provide the interaction between computers and humans. They are strict enough so that absolutely dumb computers can understand them, and yet they are human enough so that programmers can write code using them.
Over time, many programming languages have been created, and many are in use today. Each language has its virtues and drawbacks.
For this book, I have chosen the C# programming language, which is my numberone language both for professional development and for teaching. It’s about 20 years old, which means its creators could avoid the known flaws of older languages when developing it. In addition, it is now a time-proven language, not to be readily replaced by some new fashion.
C# is actually the flagship language of Microsoft. It is quite universal—you can use it to write a variety of programs ranging from traditional console and desktop applications through websites and services to mobile development, both for business and for entertainment. Originally born on Windows, it has been quickly spreading onto other platforms in recent years—such as Linux, Mac, Android, and iOS.
I hope you will have a good time with it and you will find many uses for it in your future professional/hobby life!
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