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Just now, Redoptics said:

I know brov, it's all 0/1 so we can do anything 

why are you giving  up ? try learning theoretical Computer science about how compilers are written and the grammars they use. 

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16 hours ago, AjeetSingh2019 said:

why are you giving  up ? try learning theoretical Computer science about how compilers are written and the grammars they use. 

 

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17 minutes ago, AjeetSingh2019 said:

lol i thought u were a female based on ur dp 

Because u stuck in maya  and I do not lie 

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On 8/18/2019 at 6:30 AM, Jaggaa said:

I'm a fullstack c# dev, sounds quite fun - if you need an extra set of eyes I'm more than happy to look over :)

Nice, I'll be playing with c# for VR dev using unity 3D

On 8/18/2019 at 4:01 AM, Redoptics said:

I'm QA test manager,  so if you need testing can help, I tested mvc/angular currently working with php. Used selenium and other testing technologies. 

But can help punjabi translations with testing in codeceptjs, c# and tutorials with postman.

Thanks!

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On 8/18/2019 at 6:51 AM, AjeetSingh2019 said:

 I also work in Oracle/ Java frameworks/ angular, etc but whats the point of a punjabi coding site ??

you're anyways gonna code in english 

so why not keep whole tutorial in english

People will and are learning english however,  coding tutorials in punjabi lower the entry barrier into tech literacy and ed. The main terms,syntax and key words are in english but the explanations  in punjabi. Many peope don't have the luxury of a western or english medium education. The point is to open new opportunities for them

If you all want to write compilers go ahead. It's not rocket science and I'm surprised one of you  hasn't done so already :)

 

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On 8/18/2019 at 9:49 AM, AjeetSingh2019 said:

why are you giving  up ? try learning theoretical Computer science about how compilers are written and the grammars they use. 

Don't be obtuse, man. The words of the programming language are maybe a dozen, two dozen, something like that. You can learn those by rote.

What they are doing is not changing the words of the programming language, although there's no reason you couldn't do that. Microsoft did for its Office programming language.

What they are talking about is this: You don't think that French people, when they are discussing programming, speak in French? Even though the words used in their programs are the original English terms. E.g., a language I just googled (Go):

From Wiki:

func (addr ipv4addr) ZeroBroadcast() bool {
    return addr == 0xFFFFFFFF

That would remain the same, but you'd talk about it in Punjabi. Get it?

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On 8/23/2019 at 2:12 AM, BhForce said:

Don't be obtuse, man. The words of the programming language are maybe a dozen, two dozen, something like that. You can learn those by rote.

What they are doing is not changing the words of the programming language, although there's no reason you couldn't do that. Microsoft did for its Office programming language.

What they are talking about is this: You don't think that French people, when they are discussing programming, speak in French? Even though the words used in their programs are the original English terms. E.g., a language I just googled (Go):

From Wiki:


func (addr ipv4addr) ZeroBroadcast() bool {
    return addr == 0xFFFFFFFF

That would remain the same, but you'd talk about it in Punjabi. Get it?

 

Thanks. I hope all the bro-grammers get it now

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On 8/11/2019 at 7:05 PM, Guest Kaur said:

 

What do you want to learn specifically? example make web apps, mobile apps, games etc?

hi thanks for responding, sorry for my delay in answering.

web apps, mobiles, (although interested to hear your advice if you think I should start something else).

 

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