Another one I'd recommend is BBC Basic, used that for A level computing and now I'm going into C++ a bit, using the online tutorials for that but I'll be understanding more of what's going on.
EDIT: The hate on bbc basic XD.
EDIT 2: At least tell me what's so wrong with bbc basic, I know it's simpler than the rest but it's still fun to use and relatively easy to get into.
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I started off by looking at source code of malware actually, following tutorials to build malware from years back (for research purposes ofc) and Visual Studio has this clever feature called intellisense which allows you to explore it's languages very easily. After lots of research, following tutorials, taking software apart, learning how people do things I then started making algorithms for different processes and implementing them with my own knowledge. Two years ago I felt I was proficient enough to start developing my own software for commercial use so I did. I started off with my surveillance tool that you can use to control many pcs remotely at once (
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What type of software do you develop? And how did you learn to develop the software?
I looked at a book once, and put it down a few minutes later..just weren't for me
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