Download python and google how to use it. It's actually quite easy once you get your head around it and in my opinion coding is actually really fun. I was taught python in school when we started a computing course, and it's so much better than scratch.(Original post by lightningdoritos)
without proper lessons at school, just as a hobby. I've heard it also looks good on your CV
where should I start? I've tried the Scratch website but my friend says it's not good for actually learning anything, but I don't know where to begin?
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I'd like to teach myself code, is it possible? watch
- 23-05-2015 01:29
(Original post by Killerpenguin15)
- 23-05-2015 02:53
Oh go on then. I do wear glasses, so I guess I can C#
On a more serious note, do you know any sources in which I can learn C#? I'm actually really interested in learning the language now
Uhmm, I can't really recommend any resources, I knew C# just by knowing VB.NET... I just learned the syntax.