Learn Basic Programming

Before you can start studying a programming language you’ll need to know some basics first. Programming contains three basic elements: input, output, and algorithm. A program almost always relies on some sort of input. The majority of the time, the input is provided from a user, or from another program. On the other hand, there is always an output from a program. The output is the final result of the program’s execution. But what holds these elements together? Only algorithm can. Which in this case, is your job to create.

You may have asked yourself what programming language should I learn (C++, C#, Java, JavaScript, HTML…)? The answer is pretty obvious, only after translated into basic English. Below I’ve made a list of areas you want to learn to program in and links to tutorials surrounding those subjects.

Browser:

HTML

JavaScript

Windows Programs:

C# 

C++

Java

Mac Based Programming:

X-Code

Create Your Own Proffesional Flash Website

Image representing Wix as depicted in CrunchBase

Image via CrunchBase

All over the net you notice old and ugly sites versus the newer, cleaner, slicker ones. Now with Wix you can create your own slick flash website. They offer you tones of free themes to start with. Free to use. Really cool. All you need is 5 minutes and you will have your own flash site running in no time. Enjoy!

http://www.wix.com/flash_websites/fish

First Glanced at Webpages with HTML(aka. what goes behind the scenes)

Have you ever wondered what goes behind every webpage or better yet you wanted to create a site from scratch? Now you can very simply. With HTML you tell the web browser what to make for you. You can “steal” HTML codes from websites by going to the button page and then clicking view source and then copying the code. Just make sure you leave the footer at the bottom or you’d be breaking a law.  Check the YouTube video below which has 1.2 million views because of the well explained html basics.