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Know basics of programming but can't code projects, can you suggest a course that takes me from beginner level to able to do projects?
reddit.com/r/technepal | 2021-10-13
reddit.com/r/cscareerquestions | 2021-10-12
My path has been Harvard CS50 -> freeCodeCamp -> appAcademy Open. If I could go back I would have skipped the parts of FCC that I did and went straight to aA open. I can’t speak to the curriculum that is offered in the boot camp (though I’ve seen it is not as good as what they used to offer and what is in the Open curriculum) but what is used for Open is very good and definitely very challenging. I also like that it teaches you how to set up a local dev environment as even though an employer would set that up for you I think it’s important to understand how you get the tools into your machine. Once I finish Open I’ll probably try and start applying to jobs as well as try and volunteer for a non profit called Ruby for Good. They’re a skill based volunteer opportunity that builds software for other non profits to get experience on my resume.
i just bought a PC and i want to learn programming but i know nothing and i have some questions
reddit.com/r/ProgrammingBuddies | 2021-10-11
Struggling with my first code
reddit.com/r/learnprogramming | 2021-10-07
I recommend CS50x from Harvard, it's free and teaches you the basics of C, some Python, some other things. The teacher explains things incredibly well. You can find it on Youtube or https://cs50.harvard.edu/x/2021/
How do i learn programming efficiently?
reddit.com/r/learnprogramming | 2021-10-01
where can i learn python for free?
reddit.com/r/CodingHelp | 2021-10-01
https://cs50.harvard.edu/x/2021/ Free course for C langiage with no prerequisite knowledge required
Uma resposta minha aqui num post estourou e quis fazer um post sobre trabalhar com programação remoto
reddit.com/r/investimentos | 2021-10-01
Will CS50 prepare me for my sequel class at university?
reddit.com/r/cs50 | 2021-09-30
You can view cs50x's curriculum here. Basically it is structured as follows:
Tenho 18 anos e tenho interesse pela área
reddit.com/r/brdev | 2021-09-30
Learning to code and program
reddit.com/r/howto | 2021-09-28
Here are a few websites that can get you started * https://www.codecademy.com/ * https://www.freecodecamp.org/ * https://www.w3schools.com/ * https://roadmap.sh/roadmaps * https://cs50.harvard.edu/x/2021/
Need help with understanding command input and output and how redirection occurs
reddit.com/r/linux4noobs | 2021-10-08
I have been following the lectures given here :https://missing.csail.mit.edu/
Do I need to know things before going to college?
reddit.com/r/csMajors | 2021-10-01
I'd recommend MIT's missing college semester class. Maybe just skim it to have an idea out there. Knowing something like GIT or IDEs will put you further ahead in the coming curriculum https://missing.csail.mit.edu/
So funny story - I tried learning Git, ended up deleting ALL my files.
reddit.com/r/learnprogramming | 2021-09-28
Going to college next week to start Computer Science. Any tips?
reddit.com/r/cscareerquestions | 2021-09-28
Learn languages, CS doesn't always teach you programming languages, mostly theory. This is also a great resource, MIT Missing CS Semester
Help with basic terms (GUI, wrapper, container, etc.) and navigating through all of these as I work on projects.
reddit.com/r/learnpython | 2021-09-24
See if this helps you: https://missing.csail.mit.edu/
Can the experienced sysadmins of this sub let me know if any revisions need to be made to this comment?
reddit.com/r/linuxadmin | 2021-09-23
If you are still at the first stages of that road, do the Missing semester of your IT education. Before going to specific distributions and servers, first become comfortable with the command line tools, scripting, vi, git and more. And then try to go deeper than the concepts on that course, with powerful oneliners, playing with partitions and filesystem, /proc, ssh, generic performance and troubleshooting tricks, networking (setting, routing, basic firewall) and package managers for different distributions.
Self Taught knowledge !== CS Degree knowledge
reddit.com/r/learnprogramming | 2021-09-21
Now that I have some experience, I can say that not all CS grads are the same. I have met some that are brilliant and others that made me question how they made it past their first semester. Not all degrees are equal, and it is definitely possible to get a CS degree without understanding how to apply any of it. There is also definite a gap in knowledge for many CS grads around tools used in industry (cli tools, version control, build systems, etc). MIT even has a whole course themed around these things called the missing semester.
Hidden Gems of Free Online Programming Resources that very few people know!
reddit.com/r/learnprogramming | 2021-09-21
For me it would be: The Missing Semester
Hands-on Linux/CLI course?
reddit.com/r/learnprogramming | 2021-09-20
MIT: The Missing Semester of Your CS Education
How to teach a DS boot camp grad to work on a technical team?
reddit.com/r/learnmachinelearning | 2021-09-16
What are some alternatives?
computer-science - :mortar_board: Path to a free self-taught education in Computer Science!
codewars.com - Issue tracker for Codewars
Exercism - Scala Exercises - Crowd-sourced code mentorship. Practice having thoughtful conversations about code.
Projects-Solutions - :pager: Links to others' solutions to Projects (https://github.com/karan/Projects/)
cs-topics - My personal curriculum covering basic CS topics. This might be useful for self-taught developers... A work in development! This might take a very long time to get finished!
open-source-cs-python - Video discussing this curriculum:
AutoHotkey - AutoHotkey is a powerful and easy to use scripting language for desktop automation on Windows.
Godot - Godot Engine – Multi-platform 2D and 3D game engine
PhysicsExamples2D - Examples of various Unity 2D Physics components and features.
Spring Boot - Spring Boot