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How to learn proggraming


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Geeks King

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Please i want to learn proggramming but i mention some points
1-I dont have money :wacko: so i depend on self education
2-I want best sites to be proffesional in proggraming
3-I want best books to be proffesional in proggraming
4-I want site for proggraming news and confrences
5-I want tips on self education how to self educate proggraming
Sorrry for my long post But please if you can help me help i want gentle to help me :help: :help:
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3-I want best books to be proffesional in proggraming

You don't have money but you want to have the best books?

Which language do you like to program? What do you like to program? You don't answer the basic question in your last post ...
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Hello Geeks King :)

We meet yet again!

All you need is right here.

What's most important is that you need to DO, not read.

He probably meant e-Books. :)

Edited by Babbzzz, 28 December 2013 - 02:54 PM.

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yes babbzzz udestand me in books thank you very much babbzzz i wish ou always meeting but the rest 4 points no one answeres me
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1-I dont have money :wacko: so i depend on self education

OK

2-I want best sites to be proffesional in proggraming

Best sites? Google helps ... Google after programming forums or something like that.

3-I want best books to be proffesional in proggraming

Look at Babzzz Post.

4-I want site for proggraming news and confrences

Also there, Google helps.

I want tips on self education how to self educate proggraming


  • Set your own goals (hacking, socket programming etc.)
  • Begin with the easy stuff and slowly move to the harder stuff (from Basics to the harder Stuff)
  • In your last post I see you aren't using a spell checker - this program often helps me. It is very useful
  • Don't give up
  • If you don't know how to solve a problem just ask!

I hope this helps. ;)

Edited by Machiavelli, 28 December 2013 - 03:15 PM.

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Money is not at all a factor these days GK! You can get the best content right here in the free & open web. Google is your friend. Google has the answer to almost everything you need. Stackoverflow is one of my favourite forums on programming. It's a Q&A forum, not a discussion forum like G2G, keep that in mind.

And as I mentioned, write a program & see the results. Move on from there. Always understand everything about a code and then move on. Apply what you have studied in programs.
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hmmmm go for Opensource !!

if u want to learn python programing then learn on crazylearner.org

Edited by h4ck3rshashank, 07 January 2014 - 10:04 AM.

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hmmmm go for Opensource !!


Amen!
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You can try out Codecademy as well. But the best way is to find and read e-books in my opinion!
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IMO, reading books is important, but doing the code is more important.

You don't always need to start from scratch.
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IMO, reading books is important, but doing the code is more important.

You don't always need to start from scratch.

Not fully true. You need to know what commands do, before you test it out. Patience is important!
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if you like web development you can always start with HTML and Javascript.

Otherwise you can start with C#, Java, etc.. the options are endless.


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If you have an interest in creating computer programs, mobile apps, websites, games or any other piece of software, you'll need to learn how to program. Programs are created through the use of a programming language. This language allows the program to function with the machine it is running on, be it a computer, a mobile phone, or any other piece of hardware.


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When i was 13 i witnessed a MSN chat nick get kicked from it's server and bounce right back. I was amazed at this IRC users "skill". This was 1997 before the internet was FILLED with documentation. I saved my paper round money up for 2 months and brought a copy of VB6.

 

I left classic vb in 2002 to migrate over to VB. Money was tight back then but i saved for books. You Cant beat a good BOOK. You trust the documentation is correct. Google is filled with terrible examples. New programmers after a few months write tutorials. This is a major problem in VB that passes down bad habits.

 

I learnt to program with hard work, a part time job and the will to succeed. If a carpenter can do this then so can you.

 

http://www.wrox.com


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