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Terminology

TermDefinition
C#A programming language created by Microsoft.
dotnetThe ecosystem of features, tools, and libraries from Microsoft that are used by the C# language.
CompilingMake the code ready to run. It essentially takes the code that is written in your project and making it ready as an executable program.
ConsoleAn interface that is used that allows users to communicate with the computer. Not to be confused with a typical desktop home screen, the console lives in programs like Terminal, Command Prompt, Powershell, etc.
DirectoryThe path that computers use to organize files and folders. For example, when creating a folder on your desktop named "SDG", you are making a directory called "SDG" that lives on your desktop.
CommandA task set for the computer to do in the console. As long as there is not a task running, the console is always looking for a command from the user.
GitHubGitHub is a code hosting platform for version control and collaboration. It lets you and others work together on projects from anywhere.
RepositoryA directory or storage space where your projects can live.
IDE (Integrated Development Environment)Also referred to as the "editor", a program used to write your code. The IDE we will be using is Visual Studio Code.
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