Personally, I would figure out what I'd like to do with the new
knowledge and have a concrete idea for a project. I find it very
difficult to learn something if I can't start applying it to some
problem I'm trying to solve. Once you figure out what you want to
create, you might find it easier to settle on a language to do it in.
Or not; your brain may be nothing like mine :)
On Thu, Sep 9, 2010 at 11:22, Conor Wynne <mariconor at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
>> Can anyone recommend any good programming courses to do? I'm looking at
> either c#, c++ or java. I think c++ would be usefull for linux.
> I'm looking at doing a few 3 day courses at the moment, but maybe I
> should do a year's evening course instead.
>> I'm not interested in windows programming, this is more linux orientated
> to increase my skillset.
> Any recommendations before I splash out :)
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