First time

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Re: First time

Post by Tenshi04 on Mon Feb 22, 2010 11:38 pm
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Just a little question, in case i don't use linux for now, what tutorials would you recommend? I know i'll need linux, but i just can't stop using Windows like that you know.
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Re: First time

Post by d3v11 on Sat Oct 30, 2010 4:17 pm
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If you can wrap your head around C/C++ then you'll find picking up most languages to be a breeze. Also, writing some bash scripts to automate some tasks for you is a great way to get your feet wet. Do some research on the following topics. They'll get you in the right mindset to program:

For loops
While loops
If, then, else statements
OOP ( object oriented programming)
Scripting Languages
Compiled vs Interpreted

You don't need linux to program, although I use linux for 99% of everything I do on a computer, especially programming. I find the environment easier to work with. Either way, you should still give linux a go. There are many great distros out there and you will probably find one of them very suiting.
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Re: First time

Post by insomaniacal on Sat Oct 30, 2010 6:26 pm
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Linux is an OS, meaning you don't really need any tutorials to get started. If you do start with a text-only version and want to install a graphical enviroment manually, you should have a grasp of basic terminal commands, and access to another computer to look stuff up.

Learning as you go is probably the best way.
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