Oh man, im so excited that found that article, that even wont be using google translate for that massage. Just because im so afraid to lost a time.
Look, im really a new guy in programming. Know nothing about it. But always wanted!
So i started using Khan Academy, Brilliant.org and tutor to gain some knowledge in math, in order to have much better comprehension about programming later.
But now, when time is coming, i still cant find any really good starting point. You know, just like Khan Academy for my math.
So please, if you can, share with me and maybe other guys who are also interested links on the sites where we could find complete programming courses or at least something that will help us to start.
Thank you a lot:3
There are hundreds of great books and courses available for learning how to program. Here's a few I recommend:
"Automate The Boring Stuff with Python" by Al Sweigart
"Python Crash Course" by Eric Matthes
"The Complete Python Course" by Jose Salvatierra and Rob Percival (Udemy)
"Beginning C++ Programming" by Tim Buchalka (Udemy)
"C++ Primer" by Stanley B. Lippman <-- I haven't personally read this, but many C++ devs highly recommend it. DO NOT GET PRIMER PLUS...that's a different book, and not a trustworthy one.
"Game Programming Patterns" by Robert Nystrom <-- A hilarious and insightful must-read for any language.
"Computational Fairy Tales" by Jeremy Kubrica <-- a whimsical and memorable look at data structures, algorithms, and the concepts behind algorithmic efficiency. Also a TON of fun!
"The Linux Command Line" by William Shotts
"Learn C The Hard Way" by Zed Shaw <-- Good once you've learned at least one other language
"Dreaming In Code" by Scott Rosenberg <-- Offers an excellent look at the nature of real-life projects through the story of one fated software project.
"Think Like A Programmer" by V. Anton Spraul <-- Uses C++, but good for any language!
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