New Online Programming Course by Codeasy to Learn C#

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Stockholm, Sweden - - ReZul -- Codeasy, declares the start of the intermediate online course to learn programming while reading an adventure story.

Codeasy ( is an online educational course, with the main aim to make it more accessible for complete newcomers to learn programming from scratch. At the same time they want to make the learning process fun and involving and that's where story-based learning takes its place.

Remaining a user-oriented resource, Codeasy tutorial is focused on helping people to write their first, second and third lines of code in C# without even realizing it. Codeasy is not about quickly getting a job, it is not about going into complex details of every subject, it is all about helping people to get into coding in the easiest possible way.

The course on 80% consists of practice. In every lesson, the user meets several tasks which are based on the topic of this lesson. Codeasy has a mechanism to check whether the task was solved correctly which indicates users on their progress. If the user gets stuck somewhere on his/her way, Codeasy has a Slack support group that is created to help users successfully finish the course.

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"At Codeasy we made an emphasis on simplicity. I feel very bad when programming course starts with OOP (object-oriented programming) or other highly abstract topics. Instead, we added an adventure story about fighting machines in the future to our course. While reading, our users meet challenges that require real coding to solve. The journey starts with the console output and creating the first variables. The final goal is to save the world and become a developer. We have an Elementary and Beginner course, and today we opened an Intermediate C# course. Also, we plan to add a Python course in the future. We think it is an ideal solution for the beginner programmers, and our users think the same!" says Dmytro Shervarly the co-founder of the course.

Let's remind, Codeasy has been first launched in December 2016 by a group of developers from Stockholm (Sweden) and Kyiv (Ukraine) as an elementary C# learning course. Now it counts more than 5K total subscribers and about 150 daily active learners from all over the world.

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