Where/How can I learn code?

Discussion in 'Bukkit Discussion' started by RadManHS, Jun 12, 2013.

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    I really want to start making plugins, but where do i start?

    Thanks :p
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    I hear programmers read books/resources and Google stuff allot.
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    I learned Java from TheNewBoston's YouTube channel. I also have a book on Java ("Concepts of Java"). It mainly just takes practice, but once you get the hang of it, it becomes a lot easier. The biggest suggestions I can give is don't give up and keep practicing. :)
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    Depends. If you're actually interested in coding, start with python. It's the easiest to learn and will help you build a strong base before moving on. If you want to make bukkit plugins, you can probably pick up enough Java from TheNewBoston/google in a few days, then all you need to do is become familiar with Bukkit's API(how you hook into Bukkit).
  5. There's a few tutorials on Youtube that will teach you how to make simple plugins.

    The plugin development forum is very good if you have any questions about bukkits documentation.

    I'd recommend Codecademy anyway if you'd like to learn how to code in other languages. Much of the logic is similar across a lot of languages.
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    Willbbz , CodeCademy is mostly webdeveloptment, not software coding.

    RadManHS , I'd check The New Boston, and after those, just find any java/python/whatever language book you feel comfortable with.
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