its true you can't learn all programming from the net.
I have taken some basic courses at uni.
I also took a course on opperating systems and info systems linux the dos
command line and windows.
Ok its basic but at least you get the idea.
any long course at tech on the next level up requires me to do something in
graphical spreadsheeting and so I did not go any further on this line.
But at least I know when I look at some code I can roughly guess what is going
A lot of programmers copy code from samples or use code thats already created.
its easier, and if module is already there maybe with a bit of tweaking then
calling that is what you do and it works.
However this is getting beyond the scope of this list.
At 12:27 a.m. 15/02/2010, you wrote:
>I haad the following idea today:
>To learn a programming language, you have houndreds of tutorials an books
>on the net.
>But there are some things you just can't easily learn from the net.
>How to make an audiogame with a ship that goes from left to right.
>I am sure that a professional programmer has to look before he can program
>That's just because you don't learn it in the "standard programming books".
>So my question to audiogame developrs:
>Would it be possible for you to create some programming tutorials, with a
>bit basic and also with audio related things?
>Every developer can write the tutorial in his preffered language.
>Jim in VB, Thomas or Philip in C++ etc...
>What do you think?
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