Progamming resources
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Progamming resources Posted on: 02/07/2014 1:36pm
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disgruntled old man

I thought I'd start a thread full of resources to help people learn how to code along with some useful tools. No specific languages, although I have a bunch for php because that's what I've been focusing on. If you know of any useful sites, put them here so everyone can benefit. - A ton of web development resources - All things web development - PHP The Right Way - How to handle some common PHP tasks - Learn PHP - Interactive tutorial on the basics of PHP. - OOP PHP for beginners - Learn to code, interactively online - Test your PHP/Javascript code online - Live regex tester for PHP - Beautify, unpack or deobfuscate JavaScript and HTML, make JSON/JSONP readable, etc. - Massive list of programming resources for all types of languages - Nice collection of C# tutorials


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RE: Progamming resources Posted on: 02/13/2014 11:26pm
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If you're the type to learn through challenging exercises, I would recommend the following resources: is a fantastic resource of hundreds of problems to solve with programming (or pen and paper, if you're in to that)

There's also, which has typical programming job interview questions for you to solve.

RE: Progamming resources Posted on: 02/14/2014 5:43am
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The Laziest Man on KongHack

i already knew about but i might actually check out that link on c# considering its an actual language to make programs in, instead of my assembly l33t-ness

or alternatively ill try to remember your site and grab the thing about the certificate.its only midnight 30 i got plenty of time to kill

RE: Progamming resources Posted on: 02/14/2014 7:46pm
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I like this site for testing regular expressions:

For anyone interested in how a computer works on a very low level I recommend "Computer Systems: A Programmer's Perspective"; it's very well written IMO.

RE: Progamming resources Posted on: 05/15/2014 4:12am
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In addition to the RegEx tester above, here is a handy guide on learning Regex in ~1hour:

RE: Progamming resources Posted on: 04/06/2016 8:31am
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I knew about some of these, but others have proved useful so I thought I'd drop in and say thanks!