How should I start my programming career?
Alright so my dream job would to be a game programmer. Although I'd go for any kind of programming. My question is what language should I learn first. I am in high school so I have already taken some HTML but that's definitely not enough! :) Is there any recommended language I should learn like Java, Microsoft C++, etc. If so, is there any good tutorial books on that language and I don't mean like basic how to do stuff but some in depth programming in a sense where it'll teach me from start to finish. Basically the whole thing. If so, please state title and author. Thanks! :D
Asked By: Dominic - 11/27/2012
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If you are still in High School and want to get prepared for an IT career there are some things you can start working on to make yourself more successful in that career area... More
Answered By: Richard L - 12/5/2012
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Are there any Game companies near you? If so, you might contact their Human Resources Dept. (go for the smallest companies) and ask for their recommendations and information. In addition, or alternatively, contact the Community College or College near you and ask for their Career Placement or Counseling department... More
Answered By: The Great Pretender - 11/27/2012
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