Learning to program:
Thinking Computer Thoughts
“A hypothesis, first advanced by Edward Sapir in 1929 and subsequently developed by Benjamin Whorf, that the structure of a language determines a native speaker’s perception and categorization of experience.”
“The proper use of comments is to compensate for our failure to express ourself in code.” – Bob “Uncle” Martin
- Why do some people “Get it” and others don’t?
- What are successful strategies for teaching beginner programmers?
- What is a good way to practice programming?
- How can good programmers learn different programming languges so easily?
- Just what are programming paradigms?
- How do programming languages change your programming?
Learning to code is not an easy thing! The biggest favor you can do for yourself is to start your journey with purpose. This post will help you set out on the right path.
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“Always code as if the person who ends up maintaining your code is a violent psychopath who knows where you live.”
Easy advice, but how do you do it?