Konstantin Nenadov wrote:Hello everyone,
I`we started with Programming Methodology CS106A from Stanford Universety with proffesor Mehran Sahami.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Welcome to the Ranch
You will be surprised how little maths you need for most programming.
Konstantin Nenadov wrote:Thak you Les but you made me worried. Math in general was my biggest nemessis in school all the way while chemistry for exsample was my favourite class. Doing thinngs while making it was my thing (like cooking, you see what you are doing ).
I didnt want do dive directly into programming till I get a solid background and as you stated learn to break up a code wich is part of the class i mentioned. As I have learen so far: "Top down" and "Bottom Line" breaking the code till i get to primitive lines
Vilda posted the link to path I took. It is full quater semestar from Stanford University. As proffesor said: "All you need to know to learn Java is to know how to turn of Computer or even know when the computer is ON".
So I took it all from the beggining cause I think that will make me think like the programmer at the 1st place and I think that is a common ground for advancing and understanding coding in the future.
Thanks a lot
Campbell Ritchie wrote:You will be surprised how little maths you need for most programming.