Learning CS while driving

Learn Programming - 2 hours 10 min ago

I spend about three hours on the road for work a day, sometimes more. While I know coding is the most effective use of my time to learn how to code, can anyone recommend any audio learning resources you have used yourself that might break down concepts and ideas in computer science or programming that I can learn about during my commute?

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Want to make a simple website

Learn Programming - 2 hours 31 min ago

I have been learning basic html,css, and javascript for the past few months and have worked a little with python. I know that to learn to code you have to start coding. I want to make a simple website that takes in parameters for a team and a number and then sends out a players name that corresponds to the jersey number. I know there will have to be some backend production maybe with sql and some frontend to design the interface of the website but I am not sure where to start. First post on here thanks.

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Where can I learn about this specific subdomain of Natural Language Processing?

Learn Programming - 2 hours 34 min ago

Hi all! I'm working to achieve a specific task which is language-based, and I would like to know if anyone knows anything about extracting statements from text.

An example: given the text "the lioness hunted on the savannah for her daughter", I would like to extract something like

"There is a lioness"

"There is a savannah"

"The Lioness is hunting"

"There is a daughter"

"The daughter is a child of the lioness"

Obviously not from the words themselves, but I'm working in a very specific context where it is easy to construct surrounding heuristics. Finding nouns is the obvious first step, but is this kind of thing extensively studied? Does it have a name? Are there books?

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API connection limit question

Learn Programming - 2 hours 38 min ago

I am working with an API that has a connection limit. I am trying to avoid hitting that limit as they will revoke access if I go beyond that limit. The limit is 20 simultaneous connections.

To use the API, I basically just call an endpoint with login credentials, and they return the data that I need. Does this mean that If I have 21 users, and they click a button that makes that request, ive already gone over? Is there any way to prevent that?

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I want to build a Windows 10 app which can be both UWP or MSI deployed via SCCM

Learn Programming - 2 hours 51 min ago


I'm new here!

I am on a journey of learning how to program for Windows 10, but the end product must be both UWP Store compatible and available as an MSI/EXE for mass distribution, so is there any specific tips I need to learn or avoid at this stage before I've written a line of code?

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Bootstrap 4 released

Programming - 2 hours 52 min ago
Categories: Programming

Is it wrong to reuse someone else's code when you are learning?

Learn Programming - 3 hours 12 min ago

As I dive into Javascript I have a hard time understanding why something works so I will just Google it and fiddle around with someone else's code to try and get a better understanding of how everything works.

Is this generally frowned upon or is it actually a good way to go about learning?

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Should I start learning computer science by myself or should I take a class at a local community college?

Learn Programming - 3 hours 13 min ago

I get basically one free class a semester because of my scholarship, and I've been interested in computers ever since I was a kid. However, when I took a computer science class in high school (they taught Java) I struggled. Now, I want to see if i should go back to it to see if I like it. The college offers intro to computer science c++/Java. Do you guys think I should start teaching myself or should I utilize this free class I can take?

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Best way to sell any software as coder.

Learn Programming - 3 hours 23 min ago

I worked as freelancer for more than 4 years. Am living from that, but has been some time that i dont want to keep working for clients.

Currently am just thinking on big projects, big softwares, just important ones and with a purpose. Not just creating, scrapers, simple softwares, etc.

I want to work on my own projects that i've got in mind. So, i started to build an store to promote my softwares. (They are very good...... Or its because i coded it.), mostly for SEO & Social Networks Services.

Assuming that you're understanding all of this simple story for most but hard for me.

I wanted to know if anyone has succesfully build an store to promote your wn softwares and if you can give me an example how did you promote your store from scratch? Or what service did you use to boost your sales?

Thanks in advanced.

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Practice Recursion in Java/Python

Learn Programming - 3 hours 24 min ago

This website has been a thing for a long time, but there’s only been 3 posts from 2+ years ago that barely mention it.

It offers a goal to reach through recursion without using multiplication or loops. It has an IED/Compiler built in and organizes the output of each recursive iteration nearly on a graph and displays what you want to output, and what you’re currently outputting.

CodingBat Recursion

I have not looked to see what else the site offers but I’d imagine more than just Recursion.

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Web dev as a freelancer or look for a job

Learn Programming - 3 hours 31 min ago


I Have started learning web development form the past 8 months. Till now learnt html,css,js,jquery,bootstrap,php and mysql..need to learn laravel,ajax,json,seo and wordpress..I'm not expert in all these things..but i know how to get things done..should i start as a freelance developer or should i look for a job to begin with?

Thanks, Rahul

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Correctly Formatting Java Programs as a question

Learn Programming - 3 hours 41 min ago

I am new to reddit, but i am willling to learn. I dont understnd why the <enter> button wont create a new line. Since that is the case, then what do i use to correctly format a program i am trying to post?

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