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Littlemadtiger

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https://www.python.org/ 

 

 

If you want to be hired quick off the spot after an interview and prove your programming language knowledge, you'll get a job knowing python. Although a lot of people know how to debug python (software engineers tend to debug python, write script code from either C++, PHP, or C#), you can use this language to write storylines for game mods or you can simply use this as another programming language to debug other types of code (as far as im aware, you can do it with basic js, java, c++)

 

This website will help tremendously for beginners to understand functions like ask_for or def or even void.

 

Here's an easy coding script you can do in a Python coding language,just to say ello mate: 

1 >>>('Ello mate, welcome to EGC')

2-Ello mate, welcome to EGC
3->>>

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Or get really creative ;)

1- print('Let's not forget')

2-raw_input()

3-- print('Bill Cosby was a comedic legend')

4-raw_input() == 

5->>>('But maybe a little too crazy')

6-But maybe a little too crazy

7->>>

print(x)

 

Cheers, 

 

           Tiger. 

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1 hour ago, CrazyyCow said:

codeacademy is my shit.

Amen, brother!

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I started back a decade ago with w3schools. They're also good for the majority of languages.

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On 31/03/2017 at 2:20 PM, Littlemadtiger said:

I started back a decade ago with w3schools. They're also good for the majority of languages.

I mainly used W3Schools for HTML and CSS.

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6 hours ago, Roo said:

I mainly used W3Schools for HTML and CSS.

same. I love python and java (learning.)

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Posted (edited)

Proficient: HTML, PHP,  JAVASCRIPT, and c#.

Semi-Proficient or currently learning: SQL and Sourcepawn  @LiMaaa

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1 hour ago, Littlemadtiger said:

Proficient: HTML, PHP,  JAVASCRIPT, and c#.

Semi-Proficient or currently learning: SQL and Sourcepawn  @LiMaaa

Respond to the following statement:

 

"Improperly configured lamp's are a bitch."

 

A)Yes

B)Yes

C)Yes

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4 hours ago, Minidove said:

Respond to the following statement:

 

"Improperly configured lamp's are a bitch."

 

A)Yes

B)Yes

C)Yes

D) All of the above

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Posted (edited)

There should be another answer: 

 

E- This is the reason I drink. 

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I choose to learn from from being thrown in the shark tank alive (live production experience), and stackoverflow.

 

If there's a question you might have, or a stumbling block you've encountered, it's one likely someone else has encountered as well. :)

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Work for a server hosting company, and every time we get an emergency ticket, our Sr. Web Developers are usually notified first. If that problem is to be unresolved by them, they pass it down to a few others and myself. We will handle the support ticket (usually involves fixing a data entry error or syntax errors; which is going to rely heavily on back-end web work with SQL to find the list of data entries. Or you can trace the array system in PHP, but honestly that takes more effort.). 

 

Which is strange. I was hired for front-end developing, but since we had a couple layoffs with Sr. Developers before I came in, they offered to switch me to do software engineering. Involves a shit ton of PHP and SQL (brings a whole new meaning to balls deep in back-end coding)l; but the process is honestly a whole lot better. I do handle a lot more support tickets since the errors do evolve around my coding. 

 

 

 

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