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Ultimate Programming Resources Thread

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HTML 5 Demo's : http://html5demos.com/

ES6: http://www.es6fiddle.net/

 

I also have a good collection of HTML 5 + CSS 3 + JS: Demo's in a pdf.

Problem is:

- Not my content really

- Not hosted on public site yet.

 

But i'll share some of the better ones:

http://html5-demos.appspot.com/gangnam

http://www.species-in-pieces.com/#(AWESOME)

http://haxiomic.github.io/projects/webgl-fluid-and-particles/?q=UltraHigh

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- http://jqfundamentals.com/chapter/javascript-basics

 

Bootstrap:

http://www.tutorialrepublic.com/twitter-bootstrap-tutorial/


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Introduction

Some of you guys might now Zonked thread with the exact name. He started the topic to gather our knowledge of the best programming stuff you can find.

So first, a thank you for Zonked who started this work!

Since he is unable to update the thread regularly, I will, with the consensus of alpenwasser, continue his thread.

 

Hey my thread is still alive!!

 

Hey @msrkmjb you have done an awesome job maintaining and updating this thread.

 

I moved to the US to do my masters and have had no time to do a lot of the things I used too (including the LTT forum). It's great to see it still helping people! 


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Hey my thread is still alive!!

 

Hey @msrkmjb you have done an awesome job maintaining and updating this thread.

 

I moved to the US to do my masters and have had no time to do a lot of the things I used too (including the LTT forum). It's great to see it still helping people!

Yay, you're alive! Sorry about the transfer of ownership, but since I didn't know if

or when you'de back I considered this to be the most pragmatic solution. :)


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Hey my thread is still alive!!

 

Hey @msrkmjb you have done an awesome job maintaining and updating this thread.

 

I moved to the US to do my masters and have had no time to do a lot of the things I used too (including the LTT forum). It's great to see it still helping people! 

 

Hi @Zonked :D

Yeah no problem dude, We got your back :)


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You can add love2d.org under lua(add a lua). And there should be a section for 2d game engines and one for 3d game engines. If you do 2d game engines then love2d.org could go under both lua and 2d game engines.

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@Markmjb Atom is an excellent cross platform text editor. It runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux.


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MIT and Harvard founded a free course sharing site, with courses from 85 universities and industry leading companies and organizations from around the world (Including the likes of UC Berkeley, BU, Australian National University, The University of British Columbia, ASU, CalTech, Columbia University, Princeton, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Notre Dame, Colgate University, Microsoft, The Mexican Ministry of Education, IEEE, Linux Foundation W3C, Amnesty International, and more). This site is called edx.

 

While this site offers a lot of courses, and especially programming ones, I wanted to highlight Harvard's CS50 course. If you take this course on the edx site, you will be getting the actual course taught at Harvard University for the previous year (so until Dec 31, 2015 you will take the course from 2014). You can take it at your own pace, and attack it in any manner you wish. The course is free, and if you want a certificate that is verified from edx and the institution that made the course you can pay $90 for the verified track. (Both "tracks"are exactly the same, the only difference is the certificate that you get for completing the course). 

 

Here is a link to the edX homepage: http://www.edx.org

 

And to CS50: https://www.edx.org/course/introduction-computer-science-harvardx-cs50x

 

EDIT: lol, looked at the list and didn't see it on there, turns out I ended up posting it under another of the same suggestion xP... wow

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Code Academy now offers a Java course (currently only the preview is out).


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I'd like to add a new language to the list.(Rust) and some links for it

 

Rust

https://www.rust-lang.org/ (official website)

https://crates.io/ (Official library repostory)

https://doc.rust-lang.org/book/ (the official tutorial/book)

http://featherweightmusings.blogspot.ca/2014/04/rust-for-c-programmers-part-1-hello.html (A nice tutorial for people coming from C++)

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I'm surprised there's nothing on Node.js here. I suggest adding links to the Node.js Documentation, Node.js and ES6, and possibly links to libraries like Express and Jade.

Also, it'd be healthy to add basic links to D reference material, and their standard library, Phobos.


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Atom is a great text editor that's pretty light weight. I personally love it find it at http://atom.io 


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May i suggest the book  "C Programming Absolute Beginners Guide"

 

This books has been a great introduction to C for me and has introduced the language in a fun and easy to understand way. I reccommend anyone new start with this book.  

 

http://www.booksamillion.com/p/C-Programming-Absolute-Beginners-Guide/Greg-Perry/Q307946342

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I would add a book called 'Learn to program' by Steven Foote. Nice book for begginers.


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On 1-3-2016 at 7:49 PM, Djole123 said:

I would add a book called 'Learn to program' by Steven Foote. Nice book for begginers.

Will look into that, thanks for contributing :P 


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Some important resources:

 


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