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Want to learn html php mysql css + more, need help...........

Discussion in 'General Programming Chat' started by TheChronicles, Aug 31, 2008.

  1. TheChronicles

    TheChronicles Regular Member

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    Hi,
    Im very interested in learning how to become a programmer, some of the things i want to learn about are
    -php
    -mysql
    -css
    -ajax
    +more

    I don't want to go to college as i already am attending school, i want to do this on the side because this is what i love to do. But with my current classes there is no way i can attend another school + plus pay the heavey fees. As for reading books, they seem very had and difficult to understand.

    My Reason for this thread.

    I was wondering if anyone on blackhat would tutor me, ofcourse you will be paid. Or any of you have advice on classes i should take maybe 1-3 hours long after 2pm? I live in NY.

    ANY ADVICE AT ALL IS GREATLY APPRECIATED.
    Thank you
     
  2. procrastinator

    procrastinator Registered Member

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    google/warez for books and videos. Tizag or w3schools are great places for free tutorials as well. Google the names.

    Hope it helps
     
  3. xplicit

    xplicit BANNED BANNED

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    I agree, I learned everything I know from w3schools and the linda series.
     
  4. TheChronicles

    TheChronicles Regular Member

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    thanks, ill look into them.
     
  5. cokely

    cokely Registered Member

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    Just start doing it. You don't need books or classes. Just think "What do I want to do?" then if you don't know how to do it, ask someone, or google for the answer. Also be curious, if you don't know what something means in a programming language, look it up, the nice thing about programming is it is usually really well documented.

    Coding is the fast way to learn to code.