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platinumfresh

Learning to code

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I'd like to learn how to code with Java, however, I don't know where to start. The only language I know is Visual Basic which I learned in High School so I had a step by step instructor guiding me through it. If someone could point me in the right direction that would be great. 

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You are probably beyond this if you know Visual Basic, but you can check out my beginner's tutorials:

 

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Might have some fun learning the very, very, very basics with this game: https://codecombat.com/

 

Edit: Oh, didn't see the Java requirement. Well, learning a new language (such as Java) is a lot easier if you already know a language or understand basic concepts.

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4 hours ago, bluefirecorp said:

Might have some fun learning the very, very, very basics with this game: https://codecombat.com/

 

Edit: Oh, didn't see the Java requirement. Well, learning a new language (such as Java) is a lot easier if you already know a language or understand basic concepts.

 

That is the worst place to learn a programming language that I have ever seen.

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43 minutes ago, Sphiinx said:

That is the worst place to learn a programming language that I have ever seen.

It's a lot easier for kids to learn via playing a video game than trying to read the world's most dry textbook. It's spark their interest and let them know what they need to learn.

Why not make your own learning resource that'll grab interest that's not "the worst place to learn a programming language"?

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