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How to Code

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ICEALFORD, Aug 19, 2014.

  1. ICEALFORD

    ICEALFORD Newbie

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    I am looking to learn how to code. Can anyone provide me with some resources and where to start. Thanks
     
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    What environment are you interested in?
     
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    Depends on what you want to code???

    Web apps? Desktop apps? Mobile apps?
     
  4. ICEALFORD

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    Web apps are the easiest to learn first correct? So those I guess
     
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    Then pick one: Ruby, Python, PHP
    These are the most common
     
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    I would go with python. There are plenty of tutorials on youtube.

    Of course python isn't that suitable for making seo software - for this I would recommend zennoposter.
     
  7. ICEALFORD

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    Thanks Any resources for Ruby
     
  8. ICEALFORD

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    Is it pretty easy to use?
     
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    rodvan Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I know python, perl and other languages are really cool.
    But personally I like PHP, mainly because it has pretty good frameworks like laravel. Also Python has DJango, which is the main framework of the famous Pinterest.
    But you can find lots of code, examples, classes, functions on the web.
    Documentation is great.
    Go to teamtreehouse.com and take the basic PHP courses, also codecademy.com
    I currently learn on tutsplus.com
    I think you should also have something in mind. Just dont absorb info without moving your hands and getting dirty into code. Dont be lazy.
     
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    Hi, i am a full time php developer with design school background.
    Because of the insane tuition $60k / year +, I had to stop school and learn a way to live, and i chose to become a web developer so i know
    how hard is to start it from scratch.

    What I did was I started from PHP/MySQL, then css & javascript.
    Watching video is good for learning but its just too much time consuming. I would just start reading books and follow the examples.

    Some would say start from HTML, but really , u will learn html automatically while following these books(php, javascript(ajax))

    Once you grab a firm basic understanding of web & web development, you can explore further into c#, java etc (in my opinion).
    Oh and when you are learning php, try to stick with OOP and avoid procedures, getting a good understanding on OOP will help you to extend your learning curve into
    more sophisticated programmings.

    I hope this helps, for any questions feel free to pm me.
     
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    Yes, both zenno and python are pretty simple thought zennoposter doesn't have as much tutorials as it should.
     
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    I'm a web developer who's specialty is Ruby. For web stuff, it's pretty easy to bang out a Ruby on Rails app. There's something kind of magical about creating a blog or going through a tutorial and having a functioning web app in 15 minutes. After this the learning curve is pretty steep, but having instant feedback is really nice!

    Ruby or Python are great beginner languages. Lately I've been interested in Clojure and Go.... They're a little harder to pick up, but for me, way more interesting.