Discussion in 'Tech Discussion' started by Dupe2718, May 11, 2017.
Not my speciality. Only know c++
I haven't tried Hackerrank yet. xD
C++ is my L1 too, but I'm not good enough in it to develop commercially.
What would you recommend for C++ anyways?
Only some material from college and self study from net.
Not much, but Good enough for my thesis.
What was your thesis?
About controling pH value using fuzzy logic.
Oh, what did you do your masters on?
Electrical Eng. 3 years diplomat
meh about learning programming like that...the best way to learn is to give yourself a project to make and just do it. Experience is the best thing. You can even run JS live in places like JSFiddle and etc.
Reading resources is just going to go in one ear and out the other.
I'll take note of this.
Honestly just take a random youtube guide about the thing you want to do and get started, because (this sound pretty generic) only practice makes you good + you learn far more from trying, then reading.
I dont know if this applies to anyone, but most of the guys i know, learned their stuff while working on a programm
So yeah programming is learning by doing (of course you have to study stuff, but the most things you learning while doimg something )
learnxinyminutes for experienced programmers.
Python: Hitchhiker's guide to Python
Thanks, I'll take a look at them.
What is nyu's level for front-end knowledge?
Coursera/edx for python
just audit the course if you don't want to pay for it
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