Learn Programming in 1 Day
jbv.silences at club-internet.fr
Sat Mar 15 12:14:54 EDT 2008
sorry to be so abrasive, but IMHO none of these titles makes
The 1st one has been already discussed. As for the 2nd one,
what exactly is a "functioning Program" ?
put 1 + 1 into a
is a functionning program, as well as
echo "hello world";
and both can be built in a large number of languages in less
than a minute...
Furthermore, I don't think this topic has anything to do with
semantics, but rather with the ergonomics of coding...
Therefore, I'd prefer "Learn how to produce a functionning
piece of software that will boost your (or your client's )productivity
and that isn't already available as freeware, shareware or commercial
app in 1 day"...
Or, as suggested in earlier posts, much better :
"Learn how to code as you think in 1 day"
"Kill your fear of programming in 1 day"
> Semantics time:
> There is a huge difference between "Learn Programming
> in 1 Day"
> and "Learn How to Produce Functioning Programs in 1
> The first title, which ever way you cut it, is fairly
> HOWEVER, the second makes perfect sense with regard to
> Runtime Revolution.
> sincerely, Richmond Mathewson.
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