[TAG] Need help on ...errr.... developing?
mnzaki at gmail.com
Sat Jun 10 10:56:38 MSD 2006
On Saturday 10 June 2006 03:05, you wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 09, 2006 at 05:57:19PM +0400, MNZ wrote:
> > I do know a lot now, good C++ and good PHP , linux in general. From here
> > I just dunno where to go next.
> If you're interested in programming, you might want to take a look at
> Eric S. Raymod's "How To Become A Hacker" essay:
I have read that before, and also parts of the jargon
> By the way, for learning Lisp, "The Little Schemer" is a great
> introduction to Scheme. It's actually less of an introduction to
> Scheme as it is a guide on how to think recursively. It uses an unusual
> teaching style (the Socratic method, actually) which I find to be
> effective because it forces you to think about hard concepts.
>  "Lisp" is not actually not particular language, but rather a family
> of languages, to which Scheme (and many other languages, of course)
> Jason Creighton
Thanks for the suggestion! That's what I'll do now, Try to learn Scheme from
that book. In fact I'll start right away.
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