littledanehren at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 29 17:02:58 EST 2004
big steve wrote:
> I guess I am not the "sharpest pencil in the
> drawer", cause I spent $1000.00 for a on line course
> for vb6.0 and I am not a programmer yet! I did
> learn a lot about all the tools but if I had to
> write anything more than "Hello, World" I would be
> in trouble.
> Well that is a little extreme, but I sure did
> not get all I thought I would out of this course.
> Now, am I just not made to program? Or do you think
> I could enhance my programming by studying Python. I
> do have the will. I think my biggest problem is I
> have no Idea of what I want to program. I have
> downloaded the latest Python so I am ready! I guess
> I am asking for words of encouragement, got any?
> Thanks Steve Hulett
Python is, for many people, easier than Visual Basic.
If you're having trouble understanding what's
happening, try How to Think like a Computer Scientist,
which focuses heavily on understanding how things
work. It's at http://www.ibiblio.org/obp/thinkCSpy/
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