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Joined: 5 Oct 2009
Age: 27
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08 Nov 2010, 5:30 am

I suggest that you get a book on programming. I started with C, whether that was a good choice or not I don't know. I'm still only learning the basics, but I've tried Python as well and while that was far easier, I didn't understand the theory under the code nearly as well as I do with C. I've enjoyed programming, and from what I've read if you don't enjoy it you probably shouldn't go into the field.

Anyway, I'm not an expert. These are just my experiences with programming so far.