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23rd
Dec 2016
Mike
@dcpking
Dec 23 2016 05:11
@Jhighl Are you literally just starting out in programming?
If so, possibly the very best way would be to sit with someone willing to work with you one-on-one for an hour or so, and literally see how a program is created from the start. It doesn't have to be a big impressive program - in fact, small and unassuming is almost certainly better, because you (the learner) need to be able to understand both the algorithm and the implementation, and if you're brand-new then that can be a lot to absorb in one go.
Mike
@dcpking
Dec 23 2016 05:16
So what are you starting out with? C++ ? None too terrible then (neither is pre-calc, despite what your granny told you!)
Jhighl
@Jhighl
Dec 23 2016 15:57
Will see i coulda got good grades last semester but i was working to much at solar city to get them and found out i may be getting laid of so i ended up with a c cplus and a b :(
Jhighl
@Jhighl
Dec 23 2016 18:27
yes i am just starting out no experience at all
Jonathan Herman
@lantech19446
Dec 23 2016 18:29
just starting out and trying to be the evil genius that created a robot bent on world domination
Lily Romano
@Lilyheart
Dec 23 2016 18:33
@dcpking This is the course I believe Jared wants to prepare for: EGR 111
Jhighl
@Jhighl
Dec 23 2016 19:03
yeah i just got the book price matched for 98$ new i am planning on holding on to my engineering books and math books.