C# is taught in the course. While the program doesn't focus specifically on the C# language, students will become fairly comfortable with C# throughout the VR Developer program, assuming you either start with VR Foundations or already have some introductory background in C#. While the VR Developer program does not require extensive programming experience, it is recommended to familiarize yourself with C#, such as through this free course: https://www.udacity.com/course/vr-software-development--ud1014
Articles in this section
- How much math is required in this Nanodegree program?
- How much coding is required in the VR Developer Nanodegree program?
- Can I skip VR Foundations and jump into 360 Mobile or High Immersion without Unity experience?
- I'm new to VR. Where should I begin?
- Why are you using an outdated version of Unity in High Immersion?
- Why do I need to choose a specialization?
- What are the software and hardware requirements?
- How is this program structured?