Questions for all programmers willing to help a beginner

Daniel asmosis.asterix at gmail.com
Wed Apr 28 16:52:32 UTC 2010


Yes, it makes sense. :)

On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 7:57 AM, J <dreadpiratejeff at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 00:39, Daniel <asmosis.asterix at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Karl F. Larsen, shure. You can send me if you want.
> > J I think you are right. I was a little bit to strict. At the end it
> doesn't
> > matter, both methods need your attention in order for you to become a
> > programmer just that yes, when going to Uni you will learn more things in
> a
> > quicker time that by yourself. I will consider this idea of going to Uni,
> > but right now I want to start learn alone.
>
> I should quantify that with my own little bit of history.  I started
> writing programs at about 10 years old using an embedded BASIC that
> came with the old TRS-80 from Radio Shack.  From there, I took a
> couple Adult Ed classes at Roanoke College and learned more Basic and
> Pascal.  Then I tinkered through high school, but took Computer
> Science classes there and learned qBasic and Pascal.
>
> Then I spend a semester at college and got into C++ and VB, but that
> ended abruptly due to life getting int the way..So I self taught,
> based on what I'd learned previously and finally got back into school
> and picked up VB.NET, C++, C, SQL, PLSQL, *HTML, JavaScript, Java, CSS
> and XML.  Then back to self taugh after I graduated.... :-)
>
> There's no reason why the both can't work together.  You can self
> teach all the code in the world, just as if English was not your
> native tongue , you could learn it by reading  a dictionary.  However,
> you'll only have words at that point, and no grammar.  So you take an
> eAdditional instructions are available for this testcase, click here
> to read them.
> English class and there you get the structure and the grammar of the
> language and build on what you already know.
>
> Does that make any sense?
>
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