[ubuntu-za] Introduction to C programming in Ubuntu
richardssr at gmail.com
Wed Jul 1 20:39:37 BST 2009
Might as well go look, it may be worthwhile and the guy is doing it for
nothing, if i really get lucky it will be up the road in randpark ridge,
I doubt I will ever be a programmer, but I would really like to be able
to write drivers or something useful.
me, I couldn't get anything useful out of it. Nothing like the php 5
one. I need a real dummies book.
You may fine the C# in easy steps may be ok. What can you do with C#??
The only thing I have ever done is the php/mysql but I haven't touched
it for ages, I don't have any projects. If you hadn't helped, I would
have probably given up.
Just to let you know I am seriously considering going back to UK to try
and find mum, I have been in contact with the SA/UK Salvation Army for
the past year along with other organisations, but they haven't found out
anything. What do you think?
When I was there the other day I tried a few places, the police etc, but
nothing turned up.
Will let you know.
Do you know any C++ ?
Mark Richards wrote:
> Very cool, let me know if you learn anything.....
> I just recently downloaded C# Express 2008 and brought C# for dummies.....
> Unfortunately the C# for dummies assumes u are a bit advanced...I really
> need a real dummies book
> Let me know what happens
> Simon Richards wrote:
>> 2009/7/1 Charl Wentzel <charl.wentzel at vodamail.co.za>:
>>> I recently changed my whole development environment and learnt a whole
>>> bunch of new tools that revitalised my development process. I'm so
>>> excited about this I would like to present a session of my own to
>>> anybody that's interested.
>>> This would be an Introductory session (preferably on a Saturday) to
>>> present some of the tools that I know. For example:
>>> - Language: C++
>>> - Type of application: Command line tools
>>> - IDE: Eclipse + CDT
>>> - Tools: Cmake, Valgrind
>>> - VCS: Bazaar
>> Definitely interested to attend, great idea, thank you, this will
>> undoubtedly raise enthusiasm levels.
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