Discussion in 'HTML, Graphics & Programming' started by PraxxtorCruel, Jan 28, 2018.
€9.99 or £19.99 how is that fair?!
Presumably it was lower at a different time (I guess 9.99 EUR or 9.99 GBP which is still unfair though).
Nope showed in euros first and then I logged in and it switched to UK pricing!
Check this out, lots of free courses:
4 pages and not a single reply from the OP.
Nice find, thanks. Some are still asking for payment, but most seem to be free. Will keep me going for some time!!!
You need to up your numbers son, you're on rookie numbers. Still page one for me
Also take a look at MMTUTS HTML, CSS and PHP courses on youtube.
Python is a good language to start with. It's taught to kids now. It's high level so you can achieve more functionality with less effort.
I got a Raspberry Pi 3 at Xmas intending to learn Python and do something funky with it... no inspiration just yet...
Having said that today, we're thinking to set up a covert security camera, so I might look to use it for that, but even then, it's not me coding, I expect I will use someone's pre-written code.
Any good places for Pi inspiration?
Bucket loads of instructions and pre-build modules, but still need to work a little bit out to configure them. Was my first Pi project, great to break you in gently!
khanacademy also good.
wow many, thanks....too bad some are not free anymore
Wow, they look awesome. Looks to be quite a bit of woodwork and stuff too though?
You have many beginners levels.
I've just found a Youtuber called AngelSix...
High recommend him so far. Doing the very first c# video and it's explaining everything very well, IDE and C#. It's well planned, well spoken, video is top notch. Hoping the rest of the series carries on like this.
He's got playlists on the following:
ASP.NET Core Server Dev
WPF UI Programming (C#)
.Net Core tutorials
C# programming beginners
data & file formats
SolidWorks API (C#)
I would like to buy a book for HTML,CSS, JS, Jquery or something similar....all in 1 just in case to read while doing exercises + yt + udemy etc tips?
depends on the type of book/learning you are doing.
If you want to learn the web side of it I probably wouldn't bother with a book but check out the freecodecamp project.
If you want to learn from scratch with little to no knowledge, check out the head first books.
If you simply want a reference book then you'll be looking at bibles or cookbooks for the language you are using.
FYI, html and CSS are considered scripting and not programming, Python for instance falls under both headings depending on what you're doing with it. What language are you interested in? or, what are you looking to create?
For the price of a 3 technical books you could just get a second cheap monitor and use that
I'm novice yes.
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