Absence of Evidence
Software Development |
March 20, 2009
I've always wanted to learn C#, C++ , or Java. I never really got the motivation to get started. I've taken some courses in Java, but they weren't much use for one simple reason; they were too little, and too far apart. I took one in summer 2006 (called Computing Insights) and another in fall 2007 (at UBC). Both were interesting, but they didn't give me a very good and lasting base to set me on my feet.
So anyways, I've been frequenting the Pure Pwnage User Forums, and I stumbled apon a thread describing my situation: "I need a very well put C# tutorial. Can anyone help me?" Speaking of the Devil. This is exactly what I needed.
If you want free software to get yourself started with C# or C++, the Visual Studio 2008 Express Editions are available for free to developers. XNA is also a good program to get started with learning to build video games.
I better get acrackin' or else I'm going to fall behind! XD
The absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence. Just because you don't have evidence that something does exist doesn't mean you have evidence that something doesn't exist. There are thing that we know, there are things we know we don't know, and then there are things that we don't know that we don't know.