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|Help For A Newbie by luciano80(m): 9:38pm On May 27, 2008|
HEllo Nairalanders, i am intending doing a Masters Programme in Computing but i have no previous knowledge of Computer Language like SQL,Java and C++. though i will be in a PGD kinda program to get me started but i need be ahead of things.i was hoping my fellow computer learned Landers would help with any write ups for newbies, on softcopy or E-books so i can get the basics.i have tried searching on the internet for a download but have not being very successful. it wold really be helpful. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org just in case you have any thing you deem helpful and useful to send.Thanks in advance.
|Re: Help For A Newbie by realFXpips(m): 1:13pm On Jun 28, 2008|
If you google "computing," I'm sure you'll find more
than you'll have time to read.
|Re: Help For A Newbie by Maleeq(m): 8:54am On Jun 30, 2008|
The world of computing/programming is too wide. A specific approach would be the best.
- If you have secured admission/ prospective admission for your masters programme, I'd suggest you go through the course outline to know the preferred programming language that would be used through the programme. That way, you'd know where to focus your strength.
Lets know what the language is/would be. I know you'd get a lot of peeps here willing to help out.
And just like realFXpips said, googling this would give your more than you can handle. So much that you may get confused some more.
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