What programming language jQuery?
Okay, so I am 13 and I know HTML, CSS, JQuery and a little PHP. I have been making a game with JQuery recently, but it started to lag with all the random blocks being generated etc. And JQuery isn’t great for making good game’s. So I want to learn something good for making game’s.
I am considering C# or Flash. I know a little C# already, and I quite like it. But I haven’t tried Flash really.
I wanna make a game like ‘Terraria’. Search it up! It’s a 2D game and I love the look of it!
What language should I start to learn, what language is most like the one’s I know? And how long would it take for me to be able to start making game’s? I know a game is very difficult to make, I do!
I have been programming for around 6 month’s, and I know a lot already.
Hope someone can help me!
Since you already know C#, check out XNA, its by Microsoft, uses C# and makes it easy to make games, also its free! (and lets you make xbox games as well!)
get it here:
here’s a tutorial to get you started:
Here’s a reference guide:
also you will need Visual Studio 2010 to use it first, here’s a free edition (obv you want C#):
For sports team fan site, which language?
Now I want to make a large site for my local pro sports trams, I was thinking of using Django for Python. What do you think?
For backend I really like PHP/MySQL
Very powerful, plus a lot of community support. You can get some really nifty php scripts to do various things and they are almost plug and play easy
what more should I learn?
Hello, I am 16 and I am looking forward into starting a career based upon the Microsoft’s .Net Framework (and actually im so far really good at it! )
I am self taught; and what I know/experienced with so far is the following:
A little bit of HTML 5
And I know a little bit of AJAX.
Also im experienced with XML
I Have been developing, and learning how to use these languages by making real world applications through the use of Microsoft’s Web Matrix platform, in which I think is one the most best software ever made! (here is to give you an example for my era of expertise; one of the applications I re-created by myself without peeking into the original code..except the Css is http://mvcmusicstore.codeplex.com/ also I did not make the application using MVC nor did I follow the tutorial and my re-make works exactly the same as the original )
I have dedicated many summers,and winter vacations, and all of my free time to develop applications
I have spent at least 2 years of time to teach myself. So my question is what other web based technologies/Languages should I learn? also do I have enough skills to intern for a company?
You have a decent skill set. The only real question is how deep are your skills. You probably need to concentrate on depth (deeper understanding) rather than adding more things to the list.
It sounds like you are targeting corporate IT/development, and .NET is a really good fit for that. There are jobs in that field, if you are good .
Here’s a bunch of stuff I would suggest for deepening your skill set (granted, you may already have some or a lot of experience with these, I’m just guessing on that):
• Learn LINQ, and all the extension methods that came along with it. And learn it well. And I don’t just mean LINQ for querying your database. I hardly ever use it for that, since we are an Oracle shop and 100% of our SQL is in sprocs (policy). LINQ works well with lots of things: Datasets, XML, collections, etc. I’ve been programming for close to 25 years, and nothing has changed the way I code (and think about code) more than LINQ has, except for OO programming (I was a C programmer when C++ first came out. I would classify LINQ as as important as C++ was back then).
• Learn AJAX well. It’s fairly easy with JQuery. You should know how to make an ajax call from a form to a web method, have the web method call your middle tier, have the middle tier query the database, and return the result set to the browser (preferably using JSON) and update the UI with the result set. If you don’t know how to do that round trip, learn how to. It can really cut down on the number of painfully slow postbacks you need to do.
• Database: .NET has a bunch of different database technologies. ADO.NET, Datasets, LINQ for SQL, the entity framework (am I missing any?). Good to know at least a little bit about all of them, and a lot about at least 1 or 2 of them. And you can never know too much SQL Make sure you know what a query plan is, when and why to use indexes, stuff like that. And make sure you know how to use stored procedures. As I mentioned above, the company I work for says “NO SQL outside the database.” It’s all in sprocs. That isn’t an uncommon policy (I don’t like it at times, but there are advantages to it). Sprocs are important.
• Security: You don’t have to be an expert, but you better know the basics. .NET gives you some amount of protection here, it’s not nearly as unsecure by default as PHP is. But you can still be vulnerable. Make sure you understand SQL injection and XSS, so you know how to protect your site from those attack vectors.
• Why just web apps? .NET is a good platform for web development. But it’s also a good platform for desktop apps and Windows services. I’m primarily a web developer now, but I do still occasionally have to write a desktop app (I’m working on one now. It’s a simple sample/test app for other developers that want to work with our web services API.) I’ve also written a couple of Windows services in the last year that are part of our back end architecture. So don’t be *just* a web developer.
Anyway, best of luck to you, hope that list helps.
What field can i go for with PCM except engineering?
Just passed 10th boards.
Till now i have no proper aim.
I have opted for PCM. But i am not a bit interested in engineering unless it is from computer science.
Here are a few questions.
If i want to do B.Tech from computer science then i will have to give the AIEEE exam. But i think there will be Phy and chem also in that paper. Which i am very bad at.
Can i do B.Tech from anywhere else like NIIT?
And if yes then how to get into it? Do they also conduct any such examinations.
I am good at many other things. Like communication skills, management etc. But i am least interested in engineering (Unless its computer engineering).
Can anyone just clear my doubts?
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U can do bca after ur 12ths….. Just try that u get a nice colg…… It can b followed up by mca or mba…. Bca has subjects lyk java, c, c++, communication, internet, html, maths n stuff… I guess this is ur area of interest……. All the best… Hope i helped…
Which language to use for my web app? Java, Ruby, ASP or PHP?
I’m starting a large web application. The site will have a payment system, video system, profiles and messaging systems and more. I estimate 50k users in a year.
My budget is under 50k for everything.
Which programming language would be the best bet? (Back-end, front-end will be in HTML/CSS/JQuery)
It’s 50k US..
I won’t be programming it myself.
It’s not the developers concern, it’s mine since I will own the site. If a developer wants to code it in php then I have to make sure that’s what I want.
Money and time is not a problem, I want something scalable and quick.
T really depends on which language you;re most comfortable with – it doesn’t sound like a trivial app, so you’ll be updating it at least a few times.
I wouldn’t use ASP (if you have to use a non-IIS server you might have problems), but PHP has a lot of classes available, and you can use packages that make it easier to write the code (like Code Igniter). Or even start with WordPress and just use plugins for everything. Cold Fusion is another choice. Java? For the server? No.
That 50k budget (50k US dollars? Indian Rupees?) is probably a bit much. Writing code doesn’t cost much. (If someone else is going to be writing it, the choice of language is his concern, not yours.)
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