- I would follow more tutorials.
- I would get more help when I encountered errors
- I would self teach
- I wouldn’t learn programming
- I wouldn’t change a thing
Still fairly new to programming here so wouldn’t change a thing
Wouldn’t change a thing. I learn mostly by myself, occasionally looking stuff up on w3schools and stackoverflow, and I think that is a good fit for me.
@not-ethan not learn it at all? Why?
That’s what I want to know. So successful and yet would rather not be here.
I did it as a joke I wasn’t being serious
Good point. Coincedentally C++ was the first language I’ve ever learned. Looks like I learned programming the right way
As a C++ programmer, I think the advantage lies in the fact that lower level languages give you a better understanding of why the program is doing something, since the higher the level language it is, the further removed it is from the bits that it really is.
I would take a lot more time to reconsider going to college for this. Idk, maybe something will change but at the moment, I haven’t learned anything in college that I already didn’t know, so I’m basically paying a ton of money for a piece of paper that says I can write code… but I can already write code…
Poor @not-ethan, he learned programming and didn’t want to.
Someone held him at gunpoint and forced him to learn. @not-ethan promptly killed them in their sleep, as is his way.
The flashbacks… Yeah I wouldnt learn programming (actually serious)
I didn’t use documentation at all at first (still don’t use documentation much)
Programming: Hard Mode.
I literally just use text editor autocomplete for almost everything
Programming: Easy Mode.