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I'd like to teach myself code, is it possible? watch


    (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?
    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 Killerpenguin15)
    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
    I see what you did there

    Uhmm, I can't really recommend any resources, I knew C# just by knowing VB.NET... I just learned the syntax.
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