Visual Basic vs Visual C# Smackdown
By Martin Schaeferle | September 06, 2012
Visual C# is similar to Visual Basic, but it has some special features not found in Visual Basic. For example, it supports multi-line comments and static classes along with partial interfaces. Additionally, C# lets you block dangerous codes with a simple keyword.
Visual C# is a great language for developers who want to type less without having to spend much time learning how to use the software. A Visual Studio 2010 tutorial video can show you, step by step, how to master this program.
If you already know how to use C++ and Java, you will pick up Visual C# quickly with a comprehensive C# video course. There are several Visual C# 2010 tutorials available online, but the best course should offer the student videos made only by industry experts.
In a typical C# video course, you will learn how to utilize Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) to build connected, service-oriented applications or take advantage of the MVC (Model-View-Controller) framework to create advanced Web sites. You will also learn how to take advantage of some of the new features introduced in Visual C# 2010. Most video courses also include introductions to object-oriented programming, data manipulation, libraries, and manipulating graphics.