What’s the best way to learn programming?

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    • #65355
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      What’s the best way to learn programming?

    • #65356
      Anonymous
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      Dont waste your time learning just turn into a chud and get diversity hired

      • #65365
        Anonymous
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        this

      • #65366
        Anonymous
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        fpbp. recent college grad and have been attending job fairs lately. every single company has emphasis on hiring the best, most DIVERSE canidate. or they only have "female engineer" roles available (isnt this illegal?). shit sucks. becoming a chud, even just on paper, would help your chances of getting hired exponentially.

        • #65369
          Anonymous
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          Whats stoppping me from saying Im ftm but very convincing?

          • #65373
            Anonymous
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            kek

        • #65372
          Anonymous
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          >(isnt this illegal?).
          It’s called the garden gnomedicial system for a reason, anon.

          • #65377
            Anonymous
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            That affects male garden gnomes too you scrotebrain.
            It’s a literally enforced apartheid of sex now.

            This is why you don’t give an inch to succubi.

        • #65376
          Anonymous
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          do things.

          I’ve learned so much in weeks.

          >they only have "female engineer" roles available (isnt this illegal?).
          That’s literally enforced by law now.
          Why do you think people are bitching at feminists so much now?

    • #65357
      Anonymous
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      automate the boring stuff with python
      algorithmic thinking

    • #65358
      Anonymous
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      Programming: Principles and Practice Using C++ by Bjarne Stroustrup

      now do tons of practice

      • #65359
        Anonymous
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        Isn’t that book extremely bad compared to many other books?
        Isn’t C++ an extremely hard language to learn compared even to C?

        • #65362
          Anonymous
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          Well i suggest leaning C first as that is simpler than C++ as it doesnt have OOP concepts like classes (though it has structs which are like a watered down class)

        • #65363
          Anonymous
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          It’s extremely dry, though funny at times, and a tremendous amount of information in a short amount of time

          • #65364
            Anonymous
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            >short amount of time
            >inb4 over 1000 pages

            • #65370
              Anonymous
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              >>inb4 over 1000 pages
              average programming book that promises to be for beginners and/or introductory level

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    • #65361
      Anonymous
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      can someone recommend a good book on absolute beginner java that i can pirate and print to pdf?

    • #65367
      Anonymous
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      C and the Wizard Book… From there I’d move to Rust and Haskell, also learn some Python. Congrats, you’re now better prepared than most people on the market.

    • #65368
      Anonymous
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      graphics, it’s fun and interesting to do and you learn all of the basics

    • #65371
      Anonymous
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      the best way is posting on LULZ and caring about language wars

      the worst way is just doing projects

    • #65374
      Anonymous
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      Read and memorize.

    • #65375
      Anonymous
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      What’s the best way of learning beyond the beginner stage would be a better question. Yes, there are hundreds of beginner resources but what you’re supposed to do once you know the basics is poorly documented.

      One can say shit like write programs but writing beginner console shit and actually useful programs feels worlds apart. Not to mention some level of optimization os required once you go beyond barebones shit. It feels like to write anything of value that would raise your skill you need to learn 100 times more than what was provided at the beginner stage.

      If there is a book that truly covers most of what you need to write useful programs, at least conceptually, I’m all ears.

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