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Re: learning c programming

From: Dennis Melentyev <dennis.melentyev@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 3 Jan 2006 18:34:58 +0200

The only addition: along with project you'll also need a good reviewer.Just a person to blame you on all wrong formatting, redundancies, etc.Another good thing is well done sources. The good place to lurk onideas and realisations.
So, rephrasing the post below, the best way is to join serious projectand being ready for tons of negative reviews. :)
2006/1/3, Danial Thom <danial_thom@xxxxxxxxx>:>>> --- Terry Tree <terry.tree@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:>> > Anyone used these tapes before> > http://www.mixsoftware.com/product/cvidfn.htm ?> > I'm wondering if they are worth $299.  What do> > you guys think ?> >> > --> > Terry> >> >>> IMO there is only one way to learn to program;> get yourself a project. You'll need a reference> book or web site, but until you try to tackle> something fairly difficult you'll never be any> good. During your project you'
ll encounter things> that you don't know how to do, and you'll> research and experiment and you'll learn how to> do it.>> To me, programming is like woodworking. You can> read all the books and watch all the films in the> world on how to sand, stain, topcoat and polish,> and then you'll try to do it and you'll just have> a big mess. The only way to learn is to try to> build something, and keep at it until you've> figured it out.>> Danial>>>>> __________________________________> Yahoo! for Good 
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