Learning How to Manipulate Software Rookie

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Hi experts,

How do you learn the software rookie?

Thanks in advance

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Answered By 0 points N/A #90855

Learning How to Manipulate Software Rookie

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Hi.

It’s a little strange question because you are asking how to learn software rookie.

And the answer to your question is it’s totally depend on what you are capable of and what can you do.

You will find many sources on internet which will just provide u just tips about it and where as learning part is dependent on you. With time you will have experience and you will get better with it.

Find out in which particular software and field you are in. Then search tips for it. And give it some time. You will finally get the idea.

It would be more help if you had mentioned which software rookie you talking about.

SEO rookie,  marketing rookie or Web designing rookie.

Answered By 0 points N/A #90856

Learning How to Manipulate Software Rookie

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A lot of people don,t know how to learn software rookie.But it is very simple because Google is one of the best search engeen.Here have many solution for any question that you want.So you if you want to learn about software rookie.Google is best way for learning software rookie.Google is  giving the solution very easily.Google have the solution step by step.You must be learn it very good and easily.

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Learning How to Manipulate Software Rookie

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Hi there,

 

That is an awefully long and I mean very long topic.

If you really are into software development, you first have to know the fundamentals of programming. And since OOP or Object-Oriented Programming is the most dominant methodology, I recommend going in the terms and foundations that makes up OOP

They are:

1.Encapsulation

2.Inheritance

3.Polymorphism

4.Abstraction.

These are the features that make up OOP and if you are still interested I recommend Ruby or python as a beginner language as they are the simplest and easiest programming language and after you studied enough of these two you will be prepared to move up to c, c++, java vb.net, c# etc…

The best place to learn ruby is by far this site:

http://rubylearning.com

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