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    Default [Web Resources] Programming Links

    Post programming related links here. Books available online, and so forth.


    Python

    Ruby

    Haskell
    (This language is VERY DIFFERENT from basically everything you've probably ever encountered as a novice programmer, but it really isn't too difficult.)


    Web Programming
    • w3schools. Pretty much the go-to place for most client-side languages.
      - http://w3schools.com/
    • jQuery - Technically a library and not a resource, but you need this. It makes Javascript and AJAX easy and pleasant to use, and you can do so much awesomeness with it.
      - http://jquery.com/




    Please add your links.
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    Default Re: [Web Resources] Programming Links

    A dated, but interesting video on sorting algorithms:

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...47752111188923
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    Default Some of the best tutorial's for coding (Java, HTML, C++, Python ect ect).

    Some of the best tutorial's for coding (Java, HTML, C++, Python ect ect):
    http://www.youtube.com/user/thenewboston

    My IT teacher (I go to ITT-tech) Suggested this channel for tutorial's and help.

    Even if you dont have a clue what any of these's are and want to start. He is one of the best to start learning

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    Default Re: Some of the best tutorial's for coding (Java, HTML, C++, Python ect ect).

    This topic is relevant to my interests; I've always wanted to take up some form of coding. Thanks for the link, I just may see if I can get anywhere with this!

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    Default Re: Some of the best tutorial's for coding (Java, HTML, C++, Python ect ect).

    Yeah, He's helped me alot understanding java.

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    Default Re: [Web Resources] Programming Links

    For my course in uni, the professor wrote some good books for Python.
    Tony Gaddis (2008), Starting out with Python - a very good introductory book
    Sarah Mount, James Shuttleworth and Russel Winder (2008), Python for Rookies: A First Course in Programming - a quite good introduction
    John Zeele (2004), Python Programming: An Introduction to Computer Science - reasonably introductory
    Goldwasser and Letscher (2008), Object-Oriented Programming in Python - reasonably introductory
    Mark Guzdial (2005), Introduction to Computing and Programming in Python - A Multimedia Approach - reasonably straightforward but uses some non-standard modules
    Wesley Chun (2007), Core Python Programming - more advanced

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    Default Re: [Web Resources] Programming Links

    Quote Originally Posted by Screwby View Post
    For my course in uni, the professor wrote some good books for Python.
    Tony Gaddis (2008), Starting out with Python - a very good introductory book
    Sarah Mount, James Shuttleworth and Russel Winder (2008), Python for Rookies: A First Course in Programming - a quite good introduction
    John Zeele (2004), Python Programming: An Introduction to Computer Science - reasonably introductory
    Goldwasser and Letscher (2008), Object-Oriented Programming in Python - reasonably introductory
    Mark Guzdial (2005), Introduction to Computing and Programming in Python - A Multimedia Approach - reasonably straightforward but uses some non-standard modules
    Wesley Chun (2007), Core Python Programming - more advanced
    Is there like a online resorce that you can view these books? or do you have to buy them off of ebay or something?
    Becuz my java classes are mind numbing at times.

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    Default Re: [Web Resources] Programming Links

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Is there like a online resorce that you can view these books? or do you have to buy them off of ebay or something?
    Becuz my java classes are mind numbing at times.
    Most uni libraries should have these books or some similar. Most of them are $100+ so I think if the library doesn't have it, it would just be better to go to an online site with tutorials since they can be on par with the books.
    I don't know any sites for Java sorry but I have a few on Python. After going through them again I'll post which ones I think were the best.
    Edit: Most of the books I posted above can be bought online in the form of ebooks
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    Default Re: [Web Resources] Programming Links

    Fer sure,

    And i wish i had enough money to buy 100+ dollar books :x

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    Default Re: [Web Resources] Programming Links

    Free (legally so) books on C++, Java and object oriented design patterns.
    http://www.mindviewinc.com/Books/downloads.html
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    Default Re: [Web Resources] Programming Links

    A good intro programming book that I liked was Problem Solving with C++ 6th edition by Walter Savitch. Covers the basics well, and explained in a nice friendly way. It is important to do examples every once a while however to really understand them well. I skipped most of my "Foundations of Computer Science" class (aka "Intro to C++ and Object Oriented Programming") except for the first two and the last three classes, because the book explained things better than the teacher. It looks like the current edition is the 8th. Believe there is code online. You can also buy the kindle edition (ebook basically).

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    Professional C# published by Wrox. The book is a TOME. A 1200+ page one. I would not recommend it to non-technical people if they are just starting to learn programming, but for someone that already has some programming experience it is perfect to get introduced to C#. Despite its title, it really should be named Introduction to Professional C#, because while it goes over various subjects in C#, it by no means goes in depth. For instance, there is a mere 60 pages on ASP.NET. Of course other sections are applicable to ASP.NET, but they mostly list the names of controls and leave it at that. To show how inadequate 60 pages is, they wrote another tome on "C# and ASP.NET" that is another 1200+ (I think 1500) page monster for that section alone. So...Professional C# is a good introduction for someone who can do some programming, but do not expect anything really deep here.

    But it is good, because they host the code on their web page, which makes it easy to try out examples. You can also buy it as a physical book or as an ebook. I got the ebook .

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    Good places for specific programming questions and problems

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions

    GOOGLE. Just copy and paste your issue into google and 99 times out of 100 the exact problem will pop up in some forum somewhere.

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    These sites really do a good job explaining a lot of concepts in ASP.NET.

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/default.aspx - I have been using this a lot during my current internship.
    http://aspnet.4guysfromrolla.com/default.aspx
    http://www.asp.net/hosting/tutorials...ion-website-cs
    Wiki is also good for a shallow intro to what a term should mean in a specific field. The technical articles tend to be written by experts for experts it seems, so a lot of them are hard to understand, but you can get a vague idea about something at least.

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    This monstrously branching article is a pretty good read, but be prepared to be linked all over the place chasing down the technical terms. The history of OOP was fairly fascinating as well. Many early ideas started in the area of artificial intelligence, and later a lot of concepts were written into (and created for) Simula 67 in response to problems they encountered. That fact shocked me since I was thinking a lot of these concepts were put together in a grand project. Guess that view went out the window. Aha.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Object-...ed_programming

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    A Debugging tutorial. Any environment that does not support debugging is not an environment worth programming in. Period. I was shocked that one of my friends did not know debugging. He came to me for help with this rather large program for a senior level programming class and could not figure out where the issue was. I guess for several classes he was writing programs without a debugger which I thought was outright insane. Seems his teachers skipped out on teaching debugging. After one minute of showing him how it works he completely flipped the heck out, and was super ecstatic. Then he solved the problem in about 5 minutes.

    http://www.dotnetperls.com/debugging

    Did not go through it, but this is a nice looking tutorial, if it turns out bad find another one through Google. I had to learn debugging on a UNIX machine with a TA that did not know much of anything. Oh well, now I know the wonder that is Google for finding solutions to problems, and self-study.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Debugger
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    Default Re: [Web Resources] Programming Links

    @burningsteel ; regarding debugging: I find it mostly helpful in fixing segmentation faults and memory corruption issues. Backtrace in gdb is invaluable.

    Otherwise, with proper unit testing, you shouldn't encounter the types of bugs that require a debugger.

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    Default Re: [Web Resources] Programming Links

    This is sweet! I'll be taking my first programming classes this semester and this is definitely useful as a aspiring programmer! Kudos!

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    Default Re: [Web Resources] Programming Links

    Thanks of all you by giving useful links.

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