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Joshua666

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Great list! :D
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http://www.javavideotutes.com/

best site to learn java ever tbh, I learned java with this stuff, my java isn't great, but I get the basics now, not sure if the guy still makes new videos, but I hope he will soon.
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VB6 is highly outdated. Should be replaced there
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http://www.geekpedia.com/

amazing site
source codes and tutorials
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low level - c/c++ -
http://www.tenouk.co...stutorials.html

very nice tutorial.
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If you prefer to learn by watching videos: http://thenewboston.com
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wow!!! i found a treasure...thank you for this wonderful list.... :cheers:
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This looks awesome.Thanks a lot for the share. :thumbsup:
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Good list.
Although for PHP, I wouldn't recommend w3schools. I'd recommend Tizag :thumbsup:
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How about code academy?
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Software can be developed for a variety of purposes, the three most common being to meet specific needs of a specific client/business.
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I think Code Academy will be a good place to start for newbies. :)

HTML/CSS, Javascript, PHP, Python, Ruby
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Great list there. Here is another great source: http://learnpythonthehardway.org/
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http://artiv.net here there are some cool ebooks and video tutorials
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Very useful links .


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