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Where to start?
caiodude7 Offline
Junior Member
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I want to start programming so I'm looking for a good place to start learning. If you know any good sites or video courses, link them below.
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Dr. Mango Offline
Junior Member
#2
Udemy is where I learned a lot.
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IKEA CEO Offline
VIP Member
#3
Learncpp.com
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Gustaf Offline
Junior Member
#4
Just start watching different videos and try to understand what they are doing and why
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Goyani Offline
Junior Member
#5
Bumping this because Im trying to learn too
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Philosophy Offline
Junior Member
#6
Dr. Mango Wrote:Udemy is where I learned a lot.
This is a good place. Depending on what language you want to learn I can suggest a few for you.
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throwmefaraway Offline
Junior Member
#7
Udemy is a great suggestion! But the most important thing, imo, is to keep yourself curious and give yourself time to grow! Question why the code acts the way it does for different languages, try doing it different ways and understand how some methods may be better than others, and if you have a bug you can't fix, throw a ton of print statements here and there so you can see what's exactly happening and where.
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frazzeee Offline
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I used code academy and tutorials on youtube.
To get full access to code academy you do need to pay however.
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liberatorx4 Offline
Junior Member
#9
An AMAZING resource is CS50 from harvard. Check it out. It's a course they teach their actual students too, and its completely available to the public online.
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zephyyrrinizzard Offline
Member
#10
stackoverflow
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cloud429 Offline
Member
#11
Look up coding sites online like code chef and code dojo. They will give you a basic understanding. I would start with python as it is very close to natural language and then move into C or Java depending on your mood.
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throwaa Offline
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IKEA CEO Wrote:Learncpp.com
a good starting point
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skrrskrr Offline
Junior Member
#13
I've heard good things about Udemy
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stevenyyy Offline
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Elite
#14
what do you want to learn?
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Mark0766 Offline
Junior Member
#15
Start off with something simple like python. it'll teach you the basics and its easy to learn
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datac89155 Offline
Junior Member
#16
Make sure you don't just blindly copy and paste. Look for guides which explains what they are doing and set yourself similar but different projects
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ChillCuz Offline
Junior Member
#17
Thanks for this I've been asking the same question
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ErmekUsmanov Offline
Junior Member
#18
Good site from programmired - informprog/com
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zephyyrrinizzard Offline
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#19
stack overflow
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