I have did the hour of code on code.org and became more interested in programming. After that I have been learning the basics of programming and want it to be my career. I am a sophomore now. I need help on what will be the best schools for programming and the journey to get there. Thank you.
Hi I am kanika.I am 10th std.
My name is Alex and I would like to know how it works
I am kind of interested in learning some computer programming but I do not know if it would be helpful and if so is there any specific programs that will help me in my career ?
I know what aspect of computer programming I want to do, but I need some help getting there.
I want to start learning programming, but I'm not sure which language I should begin with.
I want to learn a program language, which is the best ? c,c plus plus, java,python,c#or vb?
I want to be in a community of programmers to help me.
Because I don't know how to program yet but want to learn.
I am interested in programming and already do practice it. I am on school's robotics team and use a programming called robot c which is based on C programming. what steps do i need to take to do go in this field.
Many jobs that require a coding language also request the knowledge of certain other programs as well, so seeking out what those programs are is important when those programs are not typically part of a Computer Science degree.
Applying to graduate programs now.
Could you use computer programs to create models that enable you to make decisions on what to invest money in ?
I want to start an internship program as soon as I can, would appreciate some personal experiences
A general question to help understand jobs involving programming better
How can I gain the required programming experience to climb the ladder?
I like programming language very much ...kindly help
i really like programming but everyone says that ill never find a job, is that true?
I'm a beginner at programming and would like to know some resources that would hopefully help me practice some programming skills that I will be learning in my comp sci classes.
I only know of a few of these programs, such as the Rhodes program, but is there a list or database of all programs like this, preferably online?
I am a sixth grader I take my grades very seriously and I am a great athlete therefor I need a collage that has a great sports program and has a great learning program.
I started trying to learn to program, and I want to ask professional programmers how you became confident in your skills. Did it take you a long time? When did you know you were really awesome at programming?
I'm currently researching of internships and programs I can take over the summer. I need a bit of help to find the right program/internship that correlates with my interests, which are business, finance, and entrepreneurship.
I am really narrowing down my college list right now, and want to know if there are other schools with good business programs that I haven't found out about yet.
Interested in the way the programs work.
I want to go to SUNY Stonybrook for its program but Binghamton has a much nicer facility. I'm not sure what to do.
Me and my friend are working on an entrepreneurship project.
Trying to find out if computer programming would be a good career for me
Is there a great book/website/video series that would be the best for learning C#?