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01-05-2012, 03:44 AM #11
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RE: Advice For Becoming A Good Programmer
ThePrinCe Wrote:if your forget then your not motivated, if you forget do this, when you
learn something write it , and recheck it later like that you will never
forget.

Thanks Ace, but i think there not only 10Keys

my advice : don't jump to the advanced coding( you can't become a good coder in 2 months )

I know there's lots more than 10, but I believe these as the most generalized points from what I could think of, are the most important.

Quote:my advice : don't jump to the advanced coding( you can't become a good coder in 2 months )

Already mentioned in my list :) Check here: 1) Learn The Basics And Advance From There


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03-25-2012, 02:29 PM #12
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RE: Advice For Becoming A Good Programmer
Your speeches are always so inspiring, Ace. I'm about to start to familiarize myself with Java. I'll keep you updated. NormalSmile

03-25-2012, 04:08 PM #13
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RE: Advice For Becoming A Good Programmer
nice ace
so what category does i belong?

03-25-2012, 06:38 PM #14
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(03-25-2012, 02:29 PM)Deltron Wrote:  Your speeches are always so inspiring, Ace. I'm about to start to familiarize myself with Java. I'll keep you updated. NormalSmile

You'd better see with KoBE about the updates on that lol. I'm not familiar with all available in Java, but KoBE took a course on it (and aced it). He doesn't do much though as it wasn't really his thing, he enjoys C# better. I liked C++ better than Java as well, but I only spent ~a week most at Java before I stopped.

(03-25-2012, 04:08 PM)1912Dummy Wrote:  nice ace
so what category does i belong?

I can't tell you, that's up to you :) To me, i'd say your an inspired programmer, and that's all you need to become good (at anything).


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03-25-2012, 06:45 PM #15
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RE: Advice For Becoming A Good Programmer
Another point i've been thinking about, 2 actually:

1. Turn Off The Distractions!
  • You can't learn much if your mind is somewhere else, turn off the distractions, keep your word/learning environment clean and quiet, and get settled in so you can focus your brain to the writing on the screen.

2. Familiarize Yourself With The Environment
  • No, I don't mean being able to remember where you last put your glasses if you can't find them, i'm talking about the IDE that you have open on your screen. If you know where all the tools are in your IDE, or you know where all of the functions are for the text editor you're using for your scripting language, then you will be able to focus on the code on a deeper level when you're not being overwhelmed by trying to find out how to do something in your IDE or where a certain file or function is in the filemenu, AND trying to troubleshoot code at the same time. Shorter gaps in your brain having to process what to do in the IDE and get back to the code itself will help your brain stay on track to narrowing down a particular issue with your code or troubleshooting how to get your code to do something.

*Edit: Adding them to the first post.


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03-26-2012, 12:34 AM #16
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thanks ace i guess LOL
i do my best.

07-25-2012, 10:12 PM #17
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RE: Advice For Becoming A Good Programmer
(07-25-2012, 09:49 PM)CryptoDANCE Wrote:  No cuts will be as long as ignorant people like you.

I'm confused by this part, "ignorant" directed at who? Confused And what do you mean by cuts? (I assumed short for "shortcuts" but I still can't figure it out).
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07-26-2012, 01:58 PM #18
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Yea, CryptoDANCE, your posts are not making a lot of sense. I'm not sure how to read them either. Ha, where did health care come from?

07-26-2012, 03:52 PM #19
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It's not a problem as long as you're trying. It's an English posting only forum, you don't have to be an English person to be here.


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08-21-2012, 08:59 AM #20
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RE: Advice For Becoming A Good Programmer
Don't Copy And Paste

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i agree with u,but cpoy paste is not bad,copy paste.but read codes line by line,try to understand that all codes,

excuse for my english :D




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