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#ActualViz12

Posted 06 January 2013 - 05:56 PM

Nevermind, had the wrong idea of what you meant by references. Sorry about getting defensive.

#4Viz12

Posted 06 January 2013 - 05:03 PM

All of you are assuming I want a stupid easy way to learn programming and I don't write code at all, of course I fucking write code. None of you know what I'm asking apparently. This would probably be better put to use in beginner's forums. All I want is structure, I can't just go look up random shit I want and learn efficiently. It's just not what I'm comfortable with doing. I can do it when I have to, of course, I just don't want my entire learning to be from reference sites. I'm in the staircase generation, it's how I've been taught my entire life.

You can't tell someone to 'just code' when they have no idea what they're doing in a subject. You teach them until they are comfortable with the subject and can 'just code' to figure things out.

All I was asking for was a path to follow, a curriculum if you will. Was it really so hard to understand?

#3Viz12

Posted 06 January 2013 - 04:59 PM

All of you are assuming I want an easy way to learn programming. None of you know what I'm asking apparently. This would probably be better put to use in beginner's forums. All I want is structure, I can't just go look up random shit I want and learn efficiently. It's just not what I'm comfortable with doing. I can do it when I have to, of course, I just don't want my entire learning to be from reference sites. I'm in the staircase generation, it's how I've been taught my entire life.

You can't tell someone to 'just code' when they have no idea what they're doing in a subject. You teach them until they are comfortable with the subject and can 'just code' to figure things out.

All I was asking for was a path to follow, a curriculum if you will. Was it really so hard to understand?

#2Viz12

Posted 06 January 2013 - 04:58 PM

All of you are assuming I want an easy way to learn programming. None of you know what I'm asking apparently. This would probably be better put to use in beginner's forums. All I want is structure, I can't just go look up random shit I want and learn efficiently. It's just not what I'm comfortable with doing. I can do it when I have to, of course, I just don't want my entire learning to be from reference sites. I'm in the staircase generation, it's how I've been taught my entire life.

You can only tell someone to 'just code' when they have no idea what they're doing in a subject. You teach them until they are comfortable with the subject and can 'just code' to figure things out.

All I was asking for was a path to follow, a curriculum if you will. Was it really so hard to understand?

#1Viz12

Posted 06 January 2013 - 04:55 PM

All of you are assuming I want an easy way to learn programming. None of you know what I'm asking apparently. This would probably be better put to use in beginner's forums. All I want is structure, I can't just go look up random shit I want and learn efficiently. It's just not what I'm comfortable with doing. I can do it when I have to, of course, I just don't want my entire learning to be from reference sites.

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