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Not sure how to study Web programming [closed]

Hello everyone and thank you for your time :) So I'm a 17 portuguese boy and I'm thinking about starting a website, but because I don't have much money I decided I'd need to learn how to do it ...
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5answers
333 views

How to remember the details (Core APIs) of one computer language?

I found my self often paused to check a certain usage of one core API when writing either javascript or Ruby. I am wondering how the other guys doing? Is it necessary to remember every Core API ...
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5answers
362 views

Coding in known language or learning a new one in free time? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Should I focus on being deep or broad Doing which of {coding,learning} will you recommend for a programmer in his/her free time? Of course,this question is valid in case ...
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4answers
278 views

What Languages are mostly understood “intuitively” and could benefit from a more formal learning approach?

In a presentation, i stumbled upon the Statement "JavaScript is a Language everybody uses, yet nearly noone seems to find it neccessary to learn how it works". And indeed, not many of the programmers ...
3
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2answers
594 views

Resources or advice useful coming to C# from python 2.7.1

I'm a python monkey at heart. I eat drink sleep and dream in it, and have found that it's taught me much more about writing quality code than my degree in Computer Science ever did, however I've been ...
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6answers
3k views

Advantage of Learning Lisp for a Python Programmer

I am primarily a Python, Java, C++ programmer, and I've gained a recent interest in functional language. I'm thinking of picking up a LISP dialect: Clojure. Now, I've been working through tutorials ...
6
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7answers
663 views

Learning high level languages [closed]

I've been actively programming with assembly but now I'm losing motivation. My productivity is simply ridiculously low compared to what others seem to have with high level languages. I know I should ...
3
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7answers
524 views

Next language? Something practical but off the beaten path? [closed]

I've been itching for a while to learn a new language. I cut my teeth on PHP, though I don't use it anymore. I primarily program in D and Python now. I feel that these languages complement each ...