How can I make sure that I'm actually learning how to program rather than simply learning the details of a language?
I often hear the saying that a real programmer can easily learn any language within a week, because languages are just tools for getting things done while programming is the ultimate skill that must ...
High Schooler learning to program (Objective C) on my own — What are the essential things I need to learn? [closed]
About a year and a half ago I became interested in learning to program (specifically, iOS). Since my school currently lacks computer science classes (well next year they say they might have one using ...
I am presently an employed software engineer, less than a decade out of college. Given where I would like to be in my career, I am currently looking to sharpen my skills to find my next job. However, ...
I could use some guidance on what would be more beneficial to learn as i pursue a computer science degree. I take computer science courses at a nearby college(i am in highschool) and code daily in my ...
When I did my undergraduate studies in elecrical engineering, there was this book called "Basic Electricity" by Van Valkenburgh. If you read that book cover to cover, your fundamentals in electrical ...
Feeling slightly underwhelmed with the content in my degree path of Computer Science at my University, I have been attempting to learn on my own. I am looking for direction into topics that will be ...
Speaking as someone with an Electronic Engineering rather than Computer Science degree, what is the one bit of computer science I should know to make me a better real world programmer? (By real world ...
I have just completed a course on computability and logic which was an interesting course. The lecturer recommend a few books on his slides, which include "Gödel, Escher, Bach". I can see the book is ...