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books to read as a starter programmer? Neckbearded Basement Dweller 21/10/06(Wed)18:30 No. 5485

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so i finally decide to take my lazy ass out and stop watching animes / playing vidya to learn something, but im kinda stucki dont know exactly what to learn and being self thaught has been like an pain to me is there any books that you anons would recommend as an essential for an new person in programming like me ? thanks

Neckbearded Basement Dweller 21/10/13(Wed)08:43 No. 5489

Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs

Americium!Metal3G/gs 21/10/26(Tue)21:00 No. 5497

I agree with >>5489, SICP is fairly newbie-friendly.

Neckbearded Basement Dweller 21/11/09(Tue)02:49 No. 5500

POSIX scripts are a good way to start off, make things that will do things other than just automating sysadmin tasks so that you learn about a sufficiently wide variety of random unix crap, you can learn random unix/posix crap in any other language but i found i learned the most unix/posix crap with Frankenstein sh scripting; you will probably learn other stuff too (though unix/posix crap is the only guarantee).

Making something super simple in assembly is also an interesting project, even if its just as simple as booting itself & printing something in real mode BIOS.

90% of what you need to know when programing is going to be random trivia concerning whatever platform you are working with, dont overly focus on any languages or theoretical crap, get good at researching how to use things you hate having to use and blindly solving problems that shouldent even exist as far as you know.

Anthony Morgan 21/11/29(Mon)06:52 No. 5512

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Neckbearded Basement Dweller 21/12/30(Thu)17:43 No. 5533

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the little schemer
the reasoned schemer
the seasoned schemer


Neckbearded Basement Dweller 21/12/30(Thu)17:45 No. 5534


seasoned comes after little, then reasoned is sort of tangential to those


Neckbearded Basement Dweller 22/01/27(Thu)02:14 No. 5543

No boob pls you. Get dicked by medicine men that way hail satan

Just start Sum1HuNos 22/02/01(Tue)13:54 No. 5544

First think about what you would like to develop; what type of game, with what era feel, and then just wander to your local book store or jump on kindle and grab a copy of the first "for idiots" book of that language. Learn the language over 1-3 years and enjoy your growing skill set. Create an indie DEV team and spill your heart out in your project(s)

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