I suggest you to start learning python and from that you can pick languages like C# or java. Depending on platform you choose you can code respective applications.
You can start with google query" how to become computer scientist using python". Then download python interpreter and start learning from some code and tutorial. Once you are comfortable with concepts of python, move to C# or Java.
You can learn C/C++ first. But python is the fastest learning IMO.
Computer programming is a very in demand career by far so many people eager to learn of it, so far internet is the best reference if you want guides regarding this things so much better to look over the internet and find some tutorials and guides about computer programming.
Learning computer programming is like learning complex puzzles. There are all kinds of software to learn computer programming starting from BASIC, Foxpro, Visual Basic, Java, C, C++ etc. You may have to enroll in a course to learn this.
Start with a book like "Learn Python the Hard Way." Python IMO has been the most productive programming language that I've ever learned and I'm familiar with about a dozen of them and have been programming since I was 8 years old.
Once you get the basics down the best way to get better is to read other people's code on Github. This is helpful because in the real world you'll end up maintaining other people's code more often than you'll be writing code from scratch.
by chasemillis 7 years ago
Anybody good at computers - How did you get computer literite?My friend said that He used Google, but I don't really know what to search, and I want to learn how to do all that cool computer programming stuff/learning about software. I am basically just looking for a good place to start learning....
by charming1392 7 years ago
Hey ya, I'm taking up a Computer Programming and I can't seem to understand my lessons, well...almost of it, I can't relate to what the professor teaching.. I'm so worried I can't find a job, I'm graduating student of Informatics International College
by jobister 5 years ago
Which software programming language should a beginner start with for web development?Looking to get into web development and would like to have some programming background to not only help me learn but also enhance my career. Any suggestions?
by days leaper 8 years ago
Programming. How do you learn all that stuff? I'm limping with vb.net2k3 at total snail pace.like your slant/s on the hubs. Clever picyure. Great!
by chasemillis 6 years ago
I want to learn how to operate computers to their full potential, but I don't really know where to start. A bunch of my friends can create websites, hack passwords, and other stuff that doesn't even make sense to me. Do you know where or how I could learn about all this stuff??
by travis812 7 years ago
I'm Trying to learn computer programing. Does anyone have any suggestions on how I learn that stuff?I'm young and I'm trying to learn how to do that stuff. I know I sounds super hard. VERY MUCH BEGINNER.
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