mnenadov at stclairc.on.ca
Wed Aug 1 16:20:11 CEST 2001
In article <861gmtojn1b9ohrvp3aqqdh927isp7297r at 4ax.com>, "Theasolon"
<inflicted at rocketmail.com> wrote:
> I'm newbie to this all, and done some research. I want to start to learn
> programming, and I believe Python is a good language to start. I have
> absolutely no experience in programming, so does anyone here have any
> tips for newbies? I've found several tutorials etc, but if anyone has
> any tips at all, please mail me. Maybe a good website to start etc.
Hello. I think Python is a great choice.
Being a new programmer, you may find the following resources helpful:
Those tutorials are great for people who want to start programming with
Python, but need also need a gentle introduction to some concepts of
"The use of COBOL criples the mind; its teaching should, therefore
be regarded as a criminal offence" - E. W. Dijkstra
~Mark Nenadov (author/editor for http://www.coffeecode.com)
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