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I'll go to the university this year. July 3rd 2020 entrance exam.

Age: almost 24.
Education: dropped-out college student.
Medicine taking: Newcalm, Apa-bily, Dormicum.
Self-awareness: at least 4/10. I'm very kind, gentle, non-toxic.
Relationships: not so bad, not so good. Bearable.
Eating: fixed.
Daily routine: still fixing.
Goal: learn excel>c>c++>c#>python>java>javascript. Order given by my friend. Please suggest if got better order. Thanks.
Major Goal: Computer science major.
Therapist/psychiatrist: got both.
Willing to be alive: 12/10.(more than enough)
Hobby: making guides. Maplestory. Making my blogger(for entrance exam).
CS related book collection: 18

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I wish I had your computer savvy. It would help me to much better keep up with my 11-year old son, who I think has Asperger's and is a tech wiz. The way I look at it, you and my son are set up knowledge-wise to conquer the future. Hang in there.
 
I wish I had your computer savvy. It would help me to much better keep up with my 11-year old son, who I think has Asperger's and is a tech wiz. The way I look at it, you and my son are set up knowledge-wise to conquer the future. Hang in there.
I'm a beginner and he's already a pro ;)
 
javascript is ultra easy(although its a bad language because of every inconcistency it has)
python comes with everything... in fact it makes everything for you(thats why i kinda hold a grudge against it) C can be a hard language to learn by your self because of the pointers
Also going from c to c++ and then to python is kinda redudant because C to C++ are totally different domains(one is Imperative the other is object oriented)
remember its not learning to code that is important its what its in the code that is
to say that learning to code makes a coder is like saying knowing how to write makes a professional writer
ill say mine java>C# >Lua >javascript and other markup languages > C and now im learning rust and Java the proper way(because OOP has theory)
taking computer science major and till now we only talked about two languages because once you nailed one down the others come right through
good luck
 
javascript is ultra easy(although its a bad language because of every inconcistency it has)
python comes with everything... in fact it makes everything for you(thats why i kinda hold a grudge against it) C can be a hard language to learn by your self because of the pointers
Also going from c to c++ and then to python is kinda redudant because C to C++ are totally different domains(one is Imperative the other is object oriented)
remember its not learning to code that is important its what its in the code that is
to say that learning to code makes a coder is like saying knowing how to write makes a professional writer
ill say mine java>C# >Lua >javascript and other markup languages > C and now im learning rust and Java the proper way(because OOP has theory)
taking computer science major and till now we only talked about two languages because once you nailed one down the others come right through
good luck
Hello! Thanks for your reply! The order was provided by a friend of mine whose major was programming for games. Do you have a recommended list for studying coding languages? I'm still in excel's VBA
 
javascript is ultra easy(although its a bad language because of every inconcistency it has)
python comes with everything... in fact it makes everything for you(thats why i kinda hold a grudge against it) C can be a hard language to learn by your self because of the pointers
Also going from c to c++ and then to python is kinda redudant because C to C++ are totally different domains(one is Imperative the other is object oriented)
remember its not learning to code that is important its what its in the code that is
to say that learning to code makes a coder is like saying knowing how to write makes a professional writer
ill say mine java>C# >Lua >javascript and other markup languages > C and now im learning rust and Java the proper way(because OOP has theory)
taking computer science major and till now we only talked about two languages because once you nailed one down the others come right through
good luck
He told me to learn the 3 C languages because they are hard to learn. He said after I tackled all of them, it should be easy for me to learn the rest. I've stayed in the bookstore for 2 workdays and it fascinates me how coding languages work.(And yet my favorite is python since it's so easy to get started.)
 
javascript is ultra easy(although its a bad language because of every inconcistency it has)
python comes with everything... in fact it makes everything for you(thats why i kinda hold a grudge against it) C can be a hard language to learn by your self because of the pointers
Also going from c to c++ and then to python is kinda redudant because C to C++ are totally different domains(one is Imperative the other is object oriented)
remember its not learning to code that is important its what its in the code that is
to say that learning to code makes a coder is like saying knowing how to write makes a professional writer
ill say mine java>C# >Lua >javascript and other markup languages > C and now im learning rust and Java the proper way(because OOP has theory)
taking computer science major and till now we only talked about two languages because once you nailed one down the others come right through
good luck
C# and C++ for unity and unreal engine respectively
you will need to use an engine unless you want to program everything from scratch(perspectives, cameras, lighting, terrains, etc...)
 
javascript is ultra easy(although its a bad language because of every inconcistency it has)
python comes with everything... in fact it makes everything for you(thats why i kinda hold a grudge against it) C can be a hard language to learn by your self because of the pointers
Also going from c to c++ and then to python is kinda redudant because C to C++ are totally different domains(one is Imperative the other is object oriented)
remember its not learning to code that is important its what its in the code that is
to say that learning to code makes a coder is like saying knowing how to write makes a professional writer
ill say mine java>C# >Lua >javascript and other markup languages > C and now im learning rust and Java the proper way(because OOP has theory)
taking computer science major and till now we only talked about two languages because once you nailed one down the others come right through
good luck
Honestly you need to learn to work with engines, blender, music design, artist(2D) to be a full stack game developer
If you already know a lot of things the next step is to learn openGL but unlike languages i find it very hard(and im one to say that languages like python and javascript are ultra easy to learn)
 
javascript is ultra easy(although its a bad language because of every inconcistency it has)
python comes with everything... in fact it makes everything for you(thats why i kinda hold a grudge against it) C can be a hard language to learn by your self because of the pointers
Also going from c to c++ and then to python is kinda redudant because C to C++ are totally different domains(one is Imperative the other is object oriented)
remember its not learning to code that is important its what its in the code that is
to say that learning to code makes a coder is like saying knowing how to write makes a professional writer
ill say mine java>C# >Lua >javascript and other markup languages > C and now im learning rust and Java the proper way(because OOP has theory)
taking computer science major and till now we only talked about two languages because once you nailed one down the others come right through
good luck
If you really want to be a full stack engineer youll have to learn more small stuff like how the memory is organized in your computer, assembly x86-64, how file types are constituted(for example i tried to do my image encoder and decoder and im still stuck in every step do to the mathematics of the formulas used, no im not using any library, im doing my own)
 
javascript is ultra easy(although its a bad language because of every inconcistency it has)
python comes with everything... in fact it makes everything for you(thats why i kinda hold a grudge against it) C can be a hard language to learn by your self because of the pointers
Also going from c to c++ and then to python is kinda redudant because C to C++ are totally different domains(one is Imperative the other is object oriented)
remember its not learning to code that is important its what its in the code that is
to say that learning to code makes a coder is like saying knowing how to write makes a professional writer
ill say mine java>C# >Lua >javascript and other markup languages > C and now im learning rust and Java the proper way(because OOP has theory)
taking computer science major and till now we only talked about two languages because once you nailed one down the others come right through
good luck
i dont know how to fully work with excel because i rarely use it plus a rapid search heals all ailments
Now for games i would say:
C(basics only)>C#>C++>MarkupLanguagesAndJavascript(just for versatility)>Python(optional)>Java(optional)
If you wanna go to the coding industry unfortunately:
Java>JavaScript(you dont even need javascript)
 
javascript is ultra easy(although its a bad language because of every inconcistency it has)
python comes with everything... in fact it makes everything for you(thats why i kinda hold a grudge against it) C can be a hard language to learn by your self because of the pointers
Also going from c to c++ and then to python is kinda redudant because C to C++ are totally different domains(one is Imperative the other is object oriented)
remember its not learning to code that is important its what its in the code that is
to say that learning to code makes a coder is like saying knowing how to write makes a professional writer
ill say mine java>C# >Lua >javascript and other markup languages > C and now im learning rust and Java the proper way(because OOP has theory)
taking computer science major and till now we only talked about two languages because once you nailed one down the others come right through
good luck
if you wanna go to Coding related to math:
C>FORTRAN>MathLab/Octave>Lisp>Python>Java
 
javascript is ultra easy(although its a bad language because of every inconcistency it has)
python comes with everything... in fact it makes everything for you(thats why i kinda hold a grudge against it) C can be a hard language to learn by your self because of the pointers
Also going from c to c++ and then to python is kinda redudant because C to C++ are totally different domains(one is Imperative the other is object oriented)
remember its not learning to code that is important its what its in the code that is
to say that learning to code makes a coder is like saying knowing how to write makes a professional writer
ill say mine java>C# >Lua >javascript and other markup languages > C and now im learning rust and Java the proper way(because OOP has theory)
taking computer science major and till now we only talked about two languages because once you nailed one down the others come right through
good luck
also sorry if downplay python and javascript when you become really devoted to computer science(and not just programming) sometimes you'll end up despising certain popular languages
 
javascript is ultra easy(although its a bad language because of every inconcistency it has)
python comes with everything... in fact it makes everything for you(thats why i kinda hold a grudge against it) C can be a hard language to learn by your self because of the pointers
Also going from c to c++ and then to python is kinda redudant because C to C++ are totally different domains(one is Imperative the other is object oriented)
remember its not learning to code that is important its what its in the code that is
to say that learning to code makes a coder is like saying knowing how to write makes a professional writer
ill say mine java>C# >Lua >javascript and other markup languages > C and now im learning rust and Java the proper way(because OOP has theory)
taking computer science major and till now we only talked about two languages because once you nailed one down the others come right through
good luck
Theres a lot to learn though people always end up thinking they "learned" to code and then theyre code ends up being laughting stock for the amount of if statements that exist
 
CS is awesome! I found it was much easier to choose a project I wanted to work on, and then figure out what language I needed to learn to make it, rather than starting on a language. Learning with no goal in mind is challenging.
 
CS is awesome! I found it was much easier to choose a project I wanted to work on, and then figure out what language I needed to learn to make it, rather than starting on a language. Learning with no goal in mind is challenging.
Actually I'm following what you said right now rather than learning according to the order my friend provided to me. Most stuff I want to learn requires using Python so that's my go-to language!
 

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