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The Beginning of the C# Era

The C# language was first introduced in 1999. In January 1999, Anders Hejlsberg created a group of programmers to construct another language called Cool, which meant "C-like Object-Oriented Language". When .NET was freely declared at the July 2000 Professional Developers Conference, the language was renamed C#, and the class libraries and ASP.NET runtime was ported to C#. Microsoft considered keeping the name "Cool" as the last name of the language, but decided not for trademark reasons.

FAQs

Why should I learn C Sharp?

Once you have gained experience using C#, you can build almost any kind of application using C#. For numerous reasons, C# is different from other programming languages. C# is a .NET language that supports language interoperability, that is C#'s main job.

How much money does a C# developer make?

According to payscale.com an early career developer with 1-4 years of experience earns an average of $ 63,184 annually. If you have 5-9 years of experience, you can earn an average of $78,452 annually. An experienced C# Developer with more than 10 years of experience earns on average, $90,901 per year.

Is C# a good language to learn?

When a developer composes a C# application, they are utilizing the .NET Framework. C# was developed by Microsoft and is essentially used for building .NET applications. So, every application created in .NET utilizes C#.