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#ActualVodahmin

Posted 06 October 2012 - 11:39 AM

If you haven't decided on the languages yet. I'd also recommend Python and C# for the starters. If you're planning to take a university course in the near future, you may expect that they will teach you Java (hopefully - some schools start from C - which is a great language but not the easiest to master).

As for the complete guide for beginners, I'd highly recommend this book. I used it myself to learn Python and I must say, that the book is well organized and straight to the point.

#1Vodahmin

Posted 06 October 2012 - 11:36 AM

If you haven't decided on the languages yet. I'd also recommend Python and C# for the starters. If you're planning to take a university course in the near future, you may expect that they will teach you Java (hopefully - some schools start from C - which is a great language but not the easiest to master).

As for the complete guide for beginners, I'd highly recommend this book. I used it myself to learn Python and I must say, that the book is really organized and straight to the point.

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