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Very helpful Web-Dev source (SQL as well)

https://www.w3schools.com/sql/

 

For German speaking Members Rheinwerk-Verlag is a good source for free online readable books with different topics

https://www.rheinwerk-verlag.de/openbook/

 

How about another category for "usefull/necessary stuff for development"?

 

Free Icons Pack for development with Visual Studio Product family: Visual Studio Image Library

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35825

 

As mentioned in the EULA

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a.    Right to Use and Distribute.

Images. 

You may copy, distribute, and deploy the images in the Image Library in applications that you develop with the Visual Studio Family of products.

Third Party Distribution.

You may permit distributors of your applications to copy and distribute the Distributable Code as part of those applications.

 


 

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Anyone mentioned https://www.w3schools.com/default.asp, good site for getting the basics, I use it for my HTML / CSS stuff (its also got a color picker...!).

 

This site goes into HTML / CSS / JAVA / PHP - SQL - ASP and XML very good an user friendly.


i5? Never heard of it her...

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yet not one reference to any mathmatics at all....

alegbra

trigonometry

hell even grade school 1+1 math

all coding is from machine interpretation of on or off or 1 or 0

when you "add" series of 1 or 0 you get resulting function

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23 hours ago, bcguru9384 said:

yet not one reference to any mathmatics at all....

alegbra

trigonometry

hell even grade school 1+1 math

all coding is from machine interpretation of on or off or 1 or 0

when you "add" series of 1 or 0 you get resulting function

To be honest, that's more algorythmic not programming.  I've seen a lot of programmers who have never achieved a high school degree but can still work effectively because of experience.  They learn things from others, and develop algorythmic thinking as they go a long.  And as a bonus, they understand math better!  I think math is useful if you need it TO develop a program, but programming on it's own requires only basic maths.  

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1 hour ago, Mike_The_B0ss said:

To be honest, that's more algorythmic not programming.  I've seen a lot of programmers who have never achieved a high school degree but can still work effectively because of experience.  They learn things from others, and develop algorythmic thinking as they go a long.  And as a bonus, they understand math better!  I think math is useful if you need it TO develop a program, but programming on it's own requires only basic maths.  

well good luck

as math is very important skill to have

very overlooked skill

very very overlooked

half the "programmers" i have met i would never have hired

ever

poor skills and next to no creativity

their great at memorizing but horrible at thinking

thus their problem solving skills are non existent

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11 minutes ago, bcguru9384 said:

well good luck

as math is very important skill to have

very overlooked skill

very very overlooked

half the "programmers" i have met i would never have hired

ever

poor skills and next to no creativity

their great at memorizing but horrible at thinking

thus their problem solving skills are non existent

Well you bring up good points, but after all it is just a beginning tutorial in basic python website programming.

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4 hours ago, bcguru9384 said:

as math is very important skill to have

It depends but in general... No it's really not.

 

The mindset that mathematics is a critical bar to entry is draconian and highly obsolete in today's industry. 


The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.

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1 minute ago, Nuluvius said:

It depends but in general... No it's really not.

 

The mindset that mathematics is a critical bar to entry is draconian and highly obsolete in today's industry. 

then make sure to thank your grandparents generation for doing all the math for you

 

without calculator.exe you have no programming languages

 

 

 

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13 minutes ago, bcguru9384 said:

then make sure to thank your grandparents generation for doing all the math for you

 

without calculator.exe you have no programming languages

That made me giggle :D

 

So all this time and my career was really built on lies and other people's hard work? And I don't have any right to any of the skills that I've learned? I feel so bad for being discalculate. I should give up my luxurious and very decadent lifestyle and go back to driving vans for a living xD


The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.

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52 minutes ago, Nuluvius said:

That made me giggle :D

 

So all this time and my career was really built on lies and other people's hard work? And I don't have any right to any of the skills that I've learned? I feel so bad for being discalculate. I should give up my luxurious and very decadent lifestyle and go back to driving vans for a living xD

no please do not operate vehicle as this takes math to figure out stopping distances and pedal pressure levels and all must be timed correctly

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1 hour ago, bcguru9384 said:

no please do not operate vehicle as this takes math to figure out stopping distances and pedal pressure levels and all must be timed correctly

Maybe stacking shelves then? Or looking after nutters in a mental hospital? Oh I know... Flipping burgers for a living!


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If you're interested in doing something with 'internet of Things' applications, then you might want to take a look at crossbar.io.

 

 

 

 


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Two editors definetly missing are:

  • Atom
  • Visual Studio Code
  • Eclipse Orion

And as Language: Lua with its documentation as a resource.

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On 2015-02-23 at 3:02 AM, I337yoSh11 said:

A few good IDE's would be Atom and Aptana Studio, both of which can be used for a broad spectrum of languages.

Atom: https://atom.io/

Aptana: http://www.aptana.com/

 

Side note: Atom can also be used on Linux, so that's a plus.

I use monodevelop and visual studio.


 

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Can we update the OP to include Golang resources as well? I was going to ask on the forum what the best IDE's for Golang would be, but I figure other people might to know as well. Tutorials for Golang are on the Golang docs page, so that can also be linked for reference.


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You forgot the most important resources.m for beginner. YOUTUBE!!! channels like thenewboston are all self teaching coders best friend


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I think that you should add https://mva.microsoft.com/en-us/training-courses/javascript-fundamentals-for-absolute-beginners-14194?l=L4YIbtUxE_900115881 this for JavaScript as it is a good way of learning and Visual Studio Code as it's a good editor. Cheers !


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