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re: How did you first start out learning programming? VIEW POST

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early 90s, They were two french magazines hanging out at home. "Linux Planete" and "Login:" (previously Amiga Dream) and i could buy the previous month edition for 0.8$. bundled with distribution CD's (SUSE was like 7 CD's), programming tutorials and stuff.

What hooked me in were two game development tuts, one with Blitz Basic (meeh) and another one with Python/Tk/Pygame (Yeeh) that taught me basic OOP concepts.
that was the hook, then the internet came and finding resources wasn't that hard anymore.

 

Awesome, good ol' internet bringing in the resources.

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