Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by elannouti, Dec 15, 2016.
i want you guys to provide me good e-books to learn the up designate we design tools.
use google mate, or go to some resource like Lynda,
eBooks are honestly difficult to learn form in my opinion.
I'm currently a computer science major. My next semester starts in January.
If I were you I would start with python. It's the easiest language to learn from and is very versatile and can be used for websites.
Instagram, Youtube, Reddit, Pinterest, all use python.
I'm learning Python on my own right now. I haven't started college yet. I'm studying python for 5 hours every day.
Honestly I think the key is to really sit down and study it. I used to hate studying but one day I just sat down and started studying for hours taking notes.
My handwriting is shit I know lol.
But so far I'm understanding it. Some of it is a bit difficult.
I'm learning it at
I think it might be better to start with the easiest and if you can grasp it learning a new language might be even easier.
So far python seems to be memorizing sequences and seeing a pattern. I thought it would be a lot of math.(I suck at math.) But from what I can tell it's not, just some arithmatic and math reasoning.
string_1 = "camelot"
string_2 = "place"
The string_1 and string_2 are variables and they're storing those strings above. Camelot and place. A string has the quotes " " around it.
Now to print them you would write
string_1 = "camelot"
string_2 = "place"
print "Let's not go to %s . 'Tis a silly %s" % (string_1, string_2)
Basically it's a simple patterm. The string_1 and string_2 in the parenthisis are going to be taken from our variable signed above and placed into the printed string.
In this situation we would write %s for each string and a final % sign in between the code on the left and the parenthesis code.
Honestly I'm loving python. I want to go study it right now but my head hurts a bit. It's raining here and kind of gloomy so i'm kind of tired. I highly recommend it.
Just sit down, get a paper and pen, write it and code example again and again.
For video learning: Lynda.com as other suggested. (free account your can get from the giveaway section, someone shared it)
For text learning: I would suggest grab some books from O'reilly, the Head First series, is very famous of its easy to understand, highly recommend! Just buy books from it, or spend to download the ebook version, dont forget, each example, you must code it yourself again and again, dont be lazy, also keep notes in a notebook. (paper)
Actually, O'reilly already fit all your needs.
Just like only learning photoshop wont make u a designer.. its the artistic mindset..
Likely a programmer needs to have a logical mindset to approaches.
Just as said above.. sit down and keep coding and coding and coding.. shortly u,ll start to have that logical connection and u,ll start to see "if then elses" arrays and loops in daily life.. cheers
I don't believe that ebooks are quite necessary for beginners. If you want to save some money (that is assuming that the ebooks aren't free), you could check out websites that provide free learning on those languages, such as w3schools.
If you have a beginners's knowledge and you want a some more advanced knowledge, then I agree that you should look for some ebooks.
It's best to learn in this sequence:
Use online courses like from coursera or lynda if you don't mind paying.
In coursera[dot]org search for "web design" and you should get a few good beginner courses.
And if you want free try youtube. Just search for "web design beginners" in youtube.
They have some amazing web design related channels.
Just don't try to do too many things at once. Start a tutorial series or a course and finish it. And then move on to the next.
Remember, we were all beginners once. And initially it can all be a bit daunting.
But if you keep at it you'll be an amazing web designer in no time
Hey man go to the Freebies/Giveaways section. You will find a lot of people providing free access to premium Lynda accounts. Login to the Lynda account and start learning. If you want to become a full stack web developer i.e you want to design webpages, deploy databases and even maintain servers then there is a Lynda learning path dedicated to that. But the key behind becoming a rockstar programmer is to practice and creating your own things when you have the basic ideas. Good luck mate!
Just use Codecademy. It's the best place to learn programming.
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