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Should I try to learn C# Before trying Unity?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by sumusiko, Feb 19, 2014.

  1. hippocoder


    Digital Ape Moderator

    Apr 11, 2010
    Learn C# while learning Unity, it will be a different usage pattern of C# than classical database or enterprise programming. So if you only wanted to do game dev, learning C# "on the job" in Unity is actually the smart decision if you want to progress quickly.

    This is because there isn't really a right way to program in 2018. C# is truly general purpose and can go from running a robotics simulation to shunting data back and forth for retail warehouses, to making Tiny 2mb games to multi-gig arch vis.

    There's no right way so just pick up Unity, get some Learn section tuts done and


    Post back on forums when you get stuck :)
  2. AndersMalmgren


    Aug 31, 2014
    You need to declare the member from the tutorial it was based on