C# Beginners – Start CodingC# Beginners – Start Coding; this post will guide you through your first steps in creating a working C# program.
C# Beginners – Visual Studio; is the gold standard in IDEs for C# development under Microsoft Windows. It comes with a community licence for people not using it commercially. Visual Studio has graphical designers for both WPF and Winforms. That sets it aside from all other IDEs when coding in Continue Reading
Introduction – C# Beginners – Using Rider C# Beginners – Using Rider: Rider is a full-fledged IDE from JetBrains. It is aimed at professional users. There is a student licence available for free. However, other users get a trial and then a paid subscription offer; there is no community version. Continue Reading
Introduction – C# Beginners – IDE Choice C# Beginners – IDE Choice; C# Does not have a built-in or default IDE. However, Microsoft Visual Studio is the defacto go-to for Windows users. Mac users also have the option to use Visual Studio, but it is limited compared to the Windows Continue Reading
Python Beginners – Combine Everything; in this beginner’s series, we have covered print, taking input, selection, lists and looping and logic. Following on from these, this post is the finale, and we will look at some of the possibilities with the tools now at your disposal. These examples will combine Continue Reading
Python Beginners – And-Or-Not; is the penultimate tutorial in this beginner’s series. It covers using the logical operators ‘and, or, not’
Python Beginners – Loops is a beginners guide to looping in Python. It covers all itterative loops, for, range and while but not recursive.
Introduction Python Beginners – Lists; lists are precisely what you might imagine from the name. They are a list of data; however, the data in a list must all be the same data type. A video version of this tutorial is available at the bottom of the blog or by Continue Reading
Python Beginners – Selection; selection is another name for making a decision. All programming language decisions are based on true or false statements. This post focuses on the selection’s coding side; another post will detail binary logic. Let us start with a simple example program. This is the example in Continue Reading
I feel proud of myself. I have passed my Computer Science degree with first-class honours. While I have not yet officially graduated, I have confirmation from The University of Hull for all my grades. The combined result gives me an 82% average. Getting To Where I am (First-Class Honours in Continue Reading