** Please Rank These Learning Sources **
dreamingforward at gmail.com
Thu Feb 21 18:06:00 CET 2013
On Thu, Feb 21, 2013 at 2:08 AM, Claira <waveclaira at gmail.com> wrote:
> The problem: I've done reading (like on quora), and it seems lots of
> beginners (and I know first-hand for me), and even for those that have done
> 4 years at university -- that they say they don't know how to build
> something after all the theory and stuff. Even though I'm not going to be a
> programmer, in the future, there may be something that would need
> programming, so learning what's needed is a good thing. For example, I
> thought you could just wave leapmotion.com and it just works, but it's still
> 2013. On quora, they say that you need to code for it to actually do things.
> Could someone who is good at it rank these sources (or provide a good one)
> on how well they solve the problem?
Sorry, I'm not familiar with those sources, but I can tell that for
tackling real-world problems see "Learning Python" by Mark Lutz. It's
big and includes a lot of real-world examples. Slightly out-of-date,
but hopefully a good resource for your needs....
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