I want to know how to be a passionate programmer? What are the things that someone has to be focus to be a good programmer?
Is there any other reason for using session variables besides keeping the values longer than the current request? For instance, is it advisable to use session data when storing information in a file ...
I was thinking about the responses to my thread on programming Program like a writer..? and most people agreed that you should have some structure and build from there instead of just typing away. New ...
I've taken quite a few intro programming classes in my day, mostly just to get my feet wet in every different kind of programming I find. Not surprisingly, just about every class runs through the ...
A couple of weeks I got my first Java assignment in my first career job and my partner and I are working through the requirements. I'm mostly shadowing him and learning (awesome!) and it's been great ...
I am just starting to teach computer science. It's just the basic level. I'm finding that I sometimes don't know how to approach topics in a way that lets students easily understand. I've found that ...
Once one of my non-programmer friends asked, "I have a cool website idea that I don't want to share. Rather I want to develop it on my own. So, I want to learn web development. Tell me what to do?" ...
I am at secondary school right now and I'm the only one in my class who is experienced with programming. Because of that, people are constantly distracting me while I'm writing code to ask me to solve ...
I have a young lecturer friend who is going to teach the undergraduate C++ course in CS. He asked me for some suggestions regarding how the course should be organized. Now I am asking you. I have seen ...
As a complete newbie, I am curious as to what I should undertake after finishing Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (along with the MIT course). I am primarily interested in building ...
I periodically teach an introduction to programming course using Java. I want to give my students some exciting assignments that they can relate to or find interesting. At the very least, I want ...
In your own studies (on your own, or for a class) did you have an "ah ha" moment when you finally, really understood pointers? Do you have an explanation you use for beginner programmers that seems ...