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books to read as a starter programmer?

- Wed, 06 Oct 2021 12:31:28 EST yTf9ZFcb No.39888
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so i finally decide to take my lazy ass out and stop watching animes / playing vidya to learn something, but im kinda stucki dont know exactly what to learn and being self thaught has been like an pain to me is there any books that you anons would recommend as an essential for an new person in programming like me ? thanks
Lillian Sishville - Fri, 08 Oct 2021 07:48:49 EST 9nE5tzss No.39893 Reply
How To Design Programs, the book in OP SICP. Youll be ready to nake programs after u do the exercises of either book.
Edward Breggleson - Sat, 09 Oct 2021 19:45:50 EST OsbL4yxN No.39897 Reply
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Henry Shittingstone - Sun, 10 Oct 2021 11:36:01 EST YiT0WU2c No.39900 Reply
If you're planning to learn web programming, you have to start from the basics.
First you have to learn HTML, then CSS and after finishing it start to learn Javascript.
Henry Shittingstone - Sun, 10 Oct 2021 11:36:52 EST YiT0WU2c No.39901 Reply
Go to W3 Schools website.
Graham Ponningstock - Wed, 13 Oct 2021 15:36:19 EST RfCPWDDi No.39907 Reply
>but im kinda stucki dont know exactly what to learn
Depends on what you actually want to accomplish with programming?
Unless you have a goal or some kind of project you want to do, chances aren't very high you'll be motivated to stick with it.
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Wesley Figglewell - Thu, 04 Nov 2021 11:14:45 EST Tng9yHw0 No.39972 Reply
The C Programming Language

How do you expect to manage your Domain Object Model without understanding allocating electrons to your memory blocks!?
Fucking Hannerstick - Thu, 04 Nov 2021 17:03:09 EST XIHT9H6Y No.39973 Reply
C first is a world of pain, I'd at least learn Go first...
Thomas Bibblelock - Thu, 04 Nov 2021 17:35:17 EST Ij1+EpAY No.39974 Reply
I learned Lua first, then C++, because I was caught up in the Open Tibia scene, way back in 2008.
Cyril Hucklestock - Thu, 04 Nov 2021 20:26:27 EST x6K3CZQk No.39978 Reply
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Get out a piece of paper
Write down exactly the kind of video game you would like to make
Doesn't matter how impossible it is, the more impossible the better for your education
Now, try and make it from scratch. Forget what everybody says 'you can't do this.. no way blah blah'.
Learn as you go and you will always have motivation to keep doing it

God speed anon
Nicholas Clirrystone - Mon, 15 Nov 2021 16:28:35 EST h+qQm+fb No.40021 Reply
You can read many books or better to watch different educational video on youtube. I prefer to choose second way. I used help of https://darvideo.tv/ increating different video about my educational software. In fact, alll of marketers feel this way, with some agreeing that companies will make more videos because they’re easier than ever to create in-house. Nearly half say that competition will be tougher because the pandemic made video a necessary investment.
samsepi0l - Tue, 08 Feb 2022 10:54:14 EST dDArSUHt No.40139 Reply
truth. I am making a vid game for some followers on circlejerk and going through this process has taught me more about programming than 3 years of university did.
Ian Beggleson - Tue, 08 Feb 2022 11:15:55 EST o6U5KOT5 No.40140 Reply
this is only true for the beginning skills, but perhaps thats because advanced usage hasnt filtered into video format, anyway you speak type like a marketing pamphlet so i dont trust you, colleges are still educating computer scientists with text books and computers, not videos, except as anxillary resource. It kind of works in the context of tech because self promotional DIY coding videos can act as a step into more gainful IT employment and skills. thats why theres so many shitty 101 JS or Python courses and i find filtering through the crap hard to impossible for a newbie who doesnt know what theyre looking for.
samsepi0l - Tue, 08 Feb 2022 13:17:53 EST Od5e9qRv No.40141 Reply
whatever floats your raft; dude. All i know is that I got a job in tech from skills that i've taught myself, not from class. Also have ex-classmates and friends who still feel as though class did not prepare them for any real job. Not to say university is worthless; but you cant JUST depend on class. It, evidently, will not be enough. So if you want to make a game; the best way to learn is to make one, research, trial and error, read books. But yeah; i would prefer to read documentation that doing tutorial videos but whatever works for you. or whatever
Phyllis Gozzlewone - Tue, 08 Feb 2022 15:58:46 EST m5+C/qFg No.40142 Reply
its not the class that provides useful information, i didnt not say class alone is successful, i said class is the gold standard for producing computer scientists, and so one should look towards their materials: textbooks and assignments.
Phyllis Gozzlewone - Tue, 08 Feb 2022 15:59:28 EST m5+C/qFg No.40143 Reply
not just that* class provides useful information. I was trying to say video suck for learning compared to traditional syllabi materials
samsepi0l - Wed, 09 Feb 2022 00:54:32 EST GhSaBpun No.40144 Reply
agree to disagree. Most kids in my class cant even use a fucking terminal; or know how to use git. They are senior undergrads. I guess in my experience i would just have to disagree.

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