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Can anybody recommend any books or websites that would help a beginning programmer get started/develop skills? Thnx.

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  1. thiendao
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    I think you should choose a programming language first. Ex: C#, Java, C++, Assembly, PHP, Python.... You must specify your field programmable. Ex: Desktop App, Web App, System, Mobile App, Network, Embedded System... Regards,

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    Prelude to Programming by Elizabeth Drake

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    the best programming book i've ever read is The C Programming Language by Kernighan and Ritchie

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    Project Euler would help you greatly check the website

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  5. Joz
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    Look up on YouTube Stanford Programming Methodology or MIT Introduction to Computer Science...

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    Project Euler is awesome and I highly recommend but not to teach someone how to program, but to practise and to upskill your maths...

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    MIT open courseware is good, I am sure you can find some pretty good materials there.

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  8. openstudysid
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    Start with the book 'Code Complete'. It's about the programming philosophy. Along with it, you can start with Introduction to Algorithms by CLRS.

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  9. ravirajanchan
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    TRY THE" LET US C" BY YASHWANTH KANETKAR A BOOK ON BASIC C PROGRAMMING

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  10. rsmith6559
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    I would suggest looking at http://see.stanford.edu . Click on the courses tab and take a good look at CS106A.

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