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Any good resources online to learn programming?

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ggmce:
A search brings up loads of tutorials and resources to learn programming, my hope is that I can get to a point where I can contribute...

If anyone is aware of a good resource, please let me know, I wasn't sure if there was a specific direction I should go towards so that I could more quickly apply my efforts towards MCE specific items...

tschak909:
Practical C programming and Practical C++ programming from O'Reilly are a good start.

For GSD devices, the Pickaxe book for ruby can help (as can the tryruby.com tutorial).

I learned programming first on an Atari 800 computer in BASIC...

-Thom

golgoj4:
http://www.learncpp.com/

my teacher while learning c++ to write qorbiter.

golgoj4

tschak909:
ggmce: What are you wanting to accomplish?

-Thom

ggmce:
I've got ideas and I would like to be able to contribute to the effort

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