NEW DELHI -- More free computer course certificates are available in India.A new website, ComputerCourse.in, is offering free online courses for Indian students to learn the basics of computer programming.The courses are based on free basic computer classes available at computer colleges.There are currently three courses available in the program, "The Basics of Computer Programming," "Compute...
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Here are some resources to help you along the way.
The first step in becoming a computer programmer is to learn a few programming languages.
Learn to program by doing, not just typing.
For many years, I did this by hand.
Nowadays, I use Google’s Chrome browser and a computer that has been given my permission.
I don’t want to be limited to a computer, so I have developed a system for this that is called Google Cloud Profiler.
You can find out more about the system here: https://www.google.com/cloudprofiler/developer-guide/developers-guide-how-to-develop-a-cloud-profiler-computer-server-for-cloud/develop/ The second step in the computer science process is to choose the appropriate computer course topic.
The topic for my computer course is: “How to develop a computer software application” In the “How I chose” section, you’ll find links to all of the computer course topics.
In general, the topics are: “Programming in the language you choose”, “Programmer’s block”, “Introduction to computer science”, “Computer science fundamentals”, “Software development”, “Computing”, “Design”, “Coding” and “Project management”.
I have also added links to links to other books on the subject, such as “Programmers’ Block” and other books by John von Neumann, which can be found here: http://www2.microsoft.com/_p1n/library/publisher/search?ref_=n_s_title&s=&rref_s=1023 In this section, I have chosen to focus on the following subjects: Programming in the programming language you select, Programming fundamentals, The programming languages, The tools for programming, The software development process, and Project management.
To learn more about each of these subjects, you can find links in the “Other topics” section.
Finally, I’ve listed some of the other courses I have already been teaching that will help you on your way.
Please feel free to add more courses as you find them, and feel free too to let me know if you have any suggestions.
You can also get in touch with me directly via email, by filling out the contact form at the top of this page, or by using the Contact Us link at the bottom of the page.
You may also want to check out my website, at http://larrymckevins.com, which provides a wealth of information and links to a variety of other resources, including courses and resources.