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Pay What You Want: The Android Expert's Coding Bundle Marshmallow Mania: Learn to Code for the Latest Android Platform with 75+ Hours of Interactive Training
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jasondluk
the modern languages are python, ruby and Java, c and c+ are good to know but syntactically you want to learn ruby or python


​you forgot PHP ;)
jasondluk
the modern languages are python, ruby and Java, c and c+ are good to know but syntactically you want to learn ruby or python

I currently I work in computer refurbishment and troubleshooting. However I would like to get in to Linux admin/IT security/pen testing and programming. With pen testing, if you're good then you need a wide range of skills. I thought I'd start off with a web development course just to get a feel for Ruby/Python and then move on to the hardcore stuff later.

Edited By: fishmaster on Nov 22, 2015 18:44: <>
the modern languages are python, ruby and Java, c and c+ are good to know but syntactically you want to learn ruby or python
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roycom
This isn't just at Neowin it's on loads of sites that use the Stackcommerce selling platform. Most of the deals are utter tat tbh.
I don't code, I'm 45. I have coded years and years ago, I guess Python is a decent language to start learning, although I've read if you want to be a serious programmer then learn C+ as you get to learn exactly how stuff works e.g. pointers.

Python is relatively easy to pick up and learn, and gives you some of the basic concepts. C or C++ is where it's at though, that's what I'd class as a proper programming language. C is simple enough with it's small number of keywords but powerful enough to underpin most of the systems we take as granted. Once you've picked up C or C++, picking up other languages is easy. I say this as I'm a software/firmware engineer by trade.
roycom
This isn't just at Neowin it's on loads of sites that use the Stackcommerce selling platform. Most of the deals are utter tat tbh.

I've indulged in Udemy too much, some courses are excellent and some are poor. I've found excellent courses in my interests on there though which are Russian language learning and Web Development / Coding.
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