- In my perspective, programming is one of the hardest subjects ever ever to learn. This is the subject I fear the most. When u mention programming, the fear just run up through from my spine. So I am just wondering if there is any easy way to grasp the concept...
U know, some of you guys can program like nothing but I find it so damn difficult. Even there are a lot of tutorials out there online, none of which do really show you a real thing or give you a really detailed and clear explanation about the code and what really each of the syntax do. My question is if there is any book that is really for the noob(a really stupid noob) that need everything explained in detail) and then help you all the way through to become a advanced programmer, or at least help you to become comfortable with programming. And once when you see the real professionally written code like those done for commercial use, you know how they work and what they do and the way how they solve specific problem.
I was the same way when I was in high school. I was extremely interested in programming. I went out and bought a C++ book, but it intimidated me for some reason. I couldn't really understand what was going on... but my interest in the subject did not fade. I decided to major in CS(figuring I would be able to learn programming in school... I mean, thats what I pay thousands of dollars for, right?), and somewhere in my intro programming class something clicked. Now, I understand programming from the lowest level all the way up to the syntax. If you stick with it, you will eventually understand it(Although, some people are just not cut out for programming). You have to look beyond the languages and the platforms.
I hope this gives you some confidence and good luck!