|Dec 12, 2012, 07:08 PM||#1|
Just started programming on Mac
Well the title says it all, I am a very curious person and I am thirsty for knowledge. I downloaded Xcode earlier today and I have no idea which program to use, I saw something with C++ and Cocoa and I started one just to check out the interface.
I have tried to download multiple coding programs and Xcode is the only one I could get to work so if you will have any suggestions on books, websites, please let it be in the program I downloaded, not anything else! I am quick to learn and tutorials on what is in there would be greatly appreciated.
|Dec 12, 2012, 09:09 PM||#2|
See this thread:
Do you have any previous programming experience? What are your goals? What is your budget (time, money, motivation)?
|Dec 13, 2012, 04:47 AM||#3|
I've been in this place. You need a goal - it's easy to get lost in the number of options. You need to look around and decide the kind of programming/development you want to do.
If you've never programmed in anything before I'd take a look at some C beginner tutorials - they'll give you a good grounding.
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