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    I want to
    1)Learn some coding
    2)Finish off the work for my uni entrance exams
    3)Finish off the software error checking that I am in charge of before the 15th of Aug

    Looking forward for this challenge
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    How can one be in charge of software error checking without being able to code
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    (Original post by That'sGreat)
    How can one be in charge of software error checking without being able to code
    I know enough for it. I want to learn coding in some other language
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    (Original post by That'sGreat)
    How can one be in charge of software error checking without being able to code
    It's possible to do quite a bit of testing without knowing how to code, e.g checking software has all the features required.
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    (Original post by Hsuchaya)
    I want to
    1)Learn some coding
    2)Finish off the work for my uni entrance exams
    3)Finish off the software error checking that I am in charge of before the 15th of Aug

    Looking forward for this challenge
    Sounds like a good list. What programming language do you want to learn?
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    (Original post by aMathsDude)
    It's possible to do quite a bit of testing without knowing how to code, e.g checking software has all the features required.
    Thank you for explaining
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    (Original post by aMathsDude)
    Sounds like a good list. What programming language do you want to learn?
    Probably C++. I really like these kind of stuff. I know pascal very well because I did it for like 3 years at school. Since I no longer follow IT as a school subject, I want to learn C++ just for fun.
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    (Original post by Hsuchaya)
    Probably C++. I really like these kind of stuff. I know pascal very well because I did it for like 3 years at school. Since I no longer follow IT as a school subject, I want to learn C++ just for fun.
    Hi there I was wondering how you are going to learn C++ - what resources will you be using? I am thinking of trying to learn it also so any links would be v useful
    Good luck with the challenge and I hope you achieve your goals on your bucket list !

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    (Original post by Hsuchaya)
    Probably C++. I really like these kind of stuff. I know pascal very well because I did it for like 3 years at school. Since I no longer follow IT as a school subject, I want to learn C++ just for fun.
    C++ will be very useful to learn, good choice. It is a bit tricky to get to grips with though. If you find it too hard at first, perhaps try Python
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    (Original post by aMathsDude)
    C++ will be very useful to learn, good choice. It is a bit tricky to get to grips with though. If you find it too hard at first, perhaps try Python
    I didnt like Python. School wanted to give me lessons on that as well. I started but I didnt like it. I will give it another shot though. I really like the discipline involved in programming. Dont know why though.
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    Finished the software error checking by the first of august and went live. Hit a few bumps on the first few days but it went mostly well. Was so busy that I forgot to cross this one off the list😂
 
 
 
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