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Mark Bates Explains 5 Steps to Get Better at Coding

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From OSCON 2015 in Amsterdam: O'Reilly sits down with the Founder & Chief Architect at Meta42 Labs. Watch more from OSCON Amsterdam 2015: https://goo.gl/VeF8tq Visit the OSCON website: http://oscon.com Don't miss an upload! Subscribe! http://goo.gl/szEauh Stay Connected to O'Reilly Media by Email - http://goo.gl/YZSWbO Follow O'Reilly Media: http://plus.google.com/+oreillymedia https://www.facebook.com/OReilly https://twitter.com/OReillyMedia
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Pokeros Gambleros (10 days ago)
Best way to practice programming is: Learn the basics on your own, core principles of programming, get the basics of C, C++, Java, SQL, Html, css, php, javascript. Then head to one of Software developing companies and ask to volunteer there with their developers to see how they do it on real projects, then head home each day and practice it on your own. By time, you will rapidly improve and get to the good level
Cathy Hall (17 days ago)
Trying to get information out to programmers who might know this man. https://www.foxnews.com/us/who-is-ben-bilemy-florida-police-try-to-uncover-identity-of-mystery-hiker-found-dead-near-everglades
J Jr (3 months ago)
cool
maxschneidercodes (3 months ago)
Super Video!
kejah (8 months ago)
Since he is good at it. He should be called Master Bates.
Lol
Alias (16 days ago)
Lol.
dela vago (4 months ago)
Looool
Boyfromthecrowd (9 months ago)
What band does this guy play in?
Programming is very hard, even Python. After three months I still suck at it. I’ll be washing dishes soon.
Pokeros Gambleros (10 days ago)
Okay, so python is not for everyone. My best advice is to start with core principles of programming. After mastering that, then you move to C, C++, Java etc... Best of all is to learn the basics of everything, basics of Software and basics of Web development, then decide what to master. In my opinion, Python is the most awkward programming language.
ARIES (24 days ago)
+DES PRO Udemy
DES PRO (5 months ago)
NCR Ranger  are there website that offer real world use projects? i wan to test myself and see how to real projects are.
NCR Ranger (9 months ago)
Yeh it is hard, but there are websites which offer challenges for you to accomplish, but also you should set yourself projects (small to start off with), they could even be as simple as a basic math calculator or whatever, and keep working your way up.
hardToSignUpHere (10 months ago)
People who don't need to listen to this have never had to go on a date in high school!
apple waz (1 month ago)
I had
John N (3 months ago)
haha
rough rough (10 months ago)
What helped me was to copying reading looking at someone else's code helped
Yeah, he looks at code not English grammar.
miaculba (10 months ago)
Got it, it wasn't clear in your comment
rough rough (10 months ago)
lol what do you mean by elaborate? looking at other peoples code helps to see how other people solve the problem and thats how you learn
miaculba (10 months ago)
rough rough Can you elaborate?
Rachie Adeline (1 year ago)
Why is there so much black in the video lol
Logan Visser (2 months ago)
Racist
Terrance Danckert (4 months ago)
Henry Munoz lololol
Henry Munoz (8 months ago)
ADELINE so that dumb people can ask stupid questions
Mohit Kalra (1 year ago)
the table there is trying to exhibit camouflage in the same way this guy is exhibiting sheer intellect.
Nicole Alexander (1 year ago)
as a classical pianist and a computer programmer, i'm finding the music aspect enhances the creativity aspect of programming. love that. ideas just flow, just like a new song in the head does. applying both to many other things in life is easier!
Shivam Sharma (1 year ago)
useless!
Manjunath D (3 years ago)
Highly Recommended for wannabe nice and smart developer.
O'Reilly (3 years ago)
Click here to browse other keynotes, interviews, and other videos from OSCON Amsterdam 2015: https://goo.gl/VeF8tq
Uğur Özyılmazel (3 years ago)
Koool!

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