@50, I have one in that list. It has no headings, sadly, but is a good way of learning it at the API level in cases whenre things like driver, OS, and bootloader development is not a necessity. Its under the C, C++, and Assembly category.
Gotcha. I did C that (please tell me you get the joke, ehem...) Anyways, I'll check it out. Just figured I'd ask since it was the only one on the list. Thanks!
@52, yeah, I get the joke. Lol. There are more asm books out there -- at least one other I know of hat's actually good -- but its hard to find any good modern ones out there any more since ASM is only used in particular situations.
why are all the stuff there to purchase? arn't there any free books or guides? i havn't gon through the hole topic yet, but just my first thing that i saw...
never give up on what ever you are doing.
@54, not really, at least not that I know of. I need to update the list, though it gets more complicated the larger the list gets.
#56 (edited by Blind angel 444 2019-11-26 19:24:29)
Thanks for the help from this site. I need help with learning how to program and develop my own audio games. Are there any free python learning books or guides for the blind. Also for learning how to use accessibility and games.Also resources for learning how to use graphics.
I know that there aren't any books about this topic in your list, but do you know any book or site for learning HTML and CSS with exercises?
Hello, great topic! thumbs up at 1!
#59 (edited by Ethin 2020-01-16 07:34:46)
@57, unfortunately I don't. Sorry .
@56, there are no books on audio games or accessibility testing (or at least no books on audio games). There may be books on accessibility; if so I haven't found any. The OpenGL graphics books that are in my list will help you with graphics programming -- or at least doing graphics that way. I don't have any books on Vulkan, unfortunately, though Vulkan is a totally different beast.
Update: added a few more books and information on some good IDEs and text editors.
Are there libraries for Bgt?
no, these aren't about bgt
this topic is about following things:
C, C++, and Assembly
Books that are not EPUBs (i.e. PDFs)
IDEs and Editors
Integrated Development Environments (IDEs)
I cannot convert a file written in Python scripting language to .exe format. For example, there is no editor like bgt editor. I am using python3 but it cannot be said that I can make a project. Thank you for your help.
@63, you can do this with tools like PyInstaller.
Ethin, you might want to add you don't know js yet for java script.
The link above will take you to the github page for the books, where they are free for reading.
@66, added. Thanks.
#68 (edited by rayshow 2020-04-27 10:48:08)
In my opinion, Wix a perfect platform that can be used by a newbie. It's pretty intuitive. A good friend of mine who also started his online business, hired a web designer from https://www.kossoftware.com/ to build his website. Hiring a skilled web designer is key if you simply don't have the time or motivation to learn how to do the web stuff yourself. But my starting budget was close to zero, and I was interested in crafting a site by myself. So Wix fully met my needs
i think you should add the jetbrains ides as well, as they are accessible
I noticed that there aren't any books for c pointers in the collection. So, I am recommending this one:
Understanding and Using C Pointers: Core Techniques for Memory Management by Richard Reese.
the amazon link:
https://www.amazon.com/Understanding-Us … 1449344186
#72 (edited by Ethin 2020-07-14 20:55:50)
@70-71, contributions added. Also, all content has been moved to git hub over here: https://github.com/ethindp/it-resources. I'll update the OP to notify readers of this fact, but will keep the original content for historical purposes. Changes include:
Added four new books related to the Haskell programming language
Added three books on computer architecture from The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Computer Architecture and Design.
Merged the non-EPUB books into the "other books" section
Ethin, should we stop recommending resources here?
I am asking this mainly because I don't know how to use github... yet.
@73, yes... it'll be better to use the github issues function for that now.
here is an online java script tutorial that is supposed to be a book that i ret and learned more basic js from for the last year
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