• Computer Programming: The Doctrine 2.0

  • Full Breakdown of HTML, Python, C, C++, Coding, Raspberry Pi, Java, SQL, HTML and Black Hat Hacking
  • By: Adesh Silva
  • Narrated by: Adam Greco
  • Length: 7 hrs and 20 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Computers & Technology
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (94 ratings)
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Discover how to program effectively in less than five days, even if you have never written code before.

Have you ever been so wrapped up in a puzzle or game that you couldn’t put it down until you solved it? Programming is like that. It meets your mind’s need for stimulation and exercise. And it’s incredibly rewarding. Yet, coding is not just a free-time activity for tech geeks.

As the world becomes more technologically advanced, computer programming awareness and skills are not just for those pursuing software development careers. It’s increasingly showing up in other jobs, business opportunities, and life.

Did you know that coding and programming jobs are one of the most secure and best-paid jobs around the world? According to BSL, the median annual wage for computer programmers was $84,280 in 2018. The field is growing strong and companies are headhunting coders.

But even if you don't want to become a professional coder, programming skills increase your salary in other fields such as marketing, finance, and business analysis. Several studies have shown that programming skills added more than $20,000 to the annual salary.

Nowadays, mobile applications are the number one tool to create a stronger relationship with your customers. Even if you don´t dare to create an app yourself, you will find yourself collaborating with a professional developer. Understanding what they’re doing and communicating effectively requires being versed in these topics. Knowing how to code is the most effective tool to solve a huge variety of problems.

Computer Programming: The Doctrine 2.0 helps get you started with introductory concepts that build on one another to quickly give you valuable programming skills.

You'll discover:

  • Fundamental concepts of programming and how they fit together to create powerful apps and software 
  • Ways how you can build your first program with one “cheat” 
  • The training module that makes learning how to code as easy as "Pi" 
  • Easy ways to customize your website the way you want
  • The effective tools hackers use to break into systems and how to protect yourself 
  • The foundation of five different programming languages to preview which one is best for you to pursue

Some people hesitate to start programming because they’ve previously had a negative experience or the material seems intimidating. Of course, it will seem difficult if the lessons aren’t effectively sequenced. The key is to start with the basics to ensure fundamental concepts are grasped. Getting this foundation in place gives the necessary confidence and allows for quick progress moving forward.

Following this approach, kids at the age of five learn to program as part of the mandatory curriculum in many elementary schools. If they can build their first video games at the age of seven, it will be a piece of cake for you. If you want to quickly learn programming to open up an infinite amount of personal and professional opportunities, scroll up and click the "buy now" button.

©2019 Adesh Silva (P)2019 Adesh Silva

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Raw expression verbose

Are you able to learn programming by listening to the reading of expressions, character by character? If so, then this book is for you! If you're like me, then this book is horrid for audio digestion. Also, I'm pretty sure that the narrator is Data from Star Trek. It's fun for a few minutes, but then contributes to the difficulty in comprehension. Can I get my credit back?

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An excellent book for beginners!

I found this book and immediately switched. The author does a great job explaining why and how to code and style. It really helps you to retain the material! My favorite part is the final two exercises when you go to a coding website and then can really play around with your coding. If you are considering html & css I highly recommend you start with this book.

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I am so grateful to have found this book

I am so grateful to have found this book. I am starting a new career as a software developer, and this book has been a constant guide. I cannot recommend it enough.

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I listen this book so truly

This is the book that I was searching for a long time, and I recommend it. I hope that it will update every year with the new developments in the field. Thanks for the book, the blog and the online courses.

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Very helpful guide!

Many of the ideas in the early chapters are still very useful to be aware of. I am starting to apply some of those ideas, as someday I may wish to move to a new project or employer.

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This is a very useful and informative book.

This book shall cover the basics of HTML and CSS. You can take this learning forward by learning advanced HTML, JavaScript, and PHP. The information herein is offered for informational purposes solely and is universal as so. Thanks for the Author

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Good positive book.

It worked for me then so I've become good at copying it onto my work. Now I have spent 2 days and I understand so much more than I ever did in my years of website maintenance etc. Wished I'd have found this book earlier.

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Great book. If you also have a text copy also.

Great content. Very good information. If you are reading without the benefit of the text or at least the examples. Hearing every line of code with punctuation gets a bit long.

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Step by step guideline

I was interested in learning more about Java programming and that’s why I purchased this book. This is my first book on this topic.

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I gave it a five star because it has lot of good

I gave it a five star because it has lot of good information for entry level programmers. Advanced level programmers will find these collection of books very boring or slow for their taste.

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  • Logan Barker
  • 02-06-20

I like this book

I like this book because is helping me to get into professional programming I am new at this and this has been a lot of help to understand thebcodes and how everything works

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  • Keira Marsh
  • 02-05-20

This is a great book and I highly recommend

This is a great book and I highly recommend it for anyone just starting out, looking to pivot, or trying to move from the 'job' to 'career' mindset.

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  • Kyle Moore
  • 02-05-20

Informative and effective guide

It's chock full of information about how to get started, info about the various languages, the scope of information to get familiar with, some basic web information, and so many more. Great!!

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  • Nathan Bennett
  • 02-04-20

Didn't really expect much from it at first

Didn't really expect much from it at first, but it's a very solid book. I recommend the audio version since the physical is probably too big and intimidating

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  • Anthony Griffin
  • 02-04-20

I am so much happy to get this amazing book.

Outstanding book on the pursuit of programming career choice. Lots of excellent advice on tons of topics. Bought as a gift.

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  • Amelia Gibson
  • 02-03-20

Step by step guideline

Strongly recommended for all computer science students who don’t have experience and looking for their first programming job.

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  • Shannon Lamb
  • 02-03-20

Adesh Silva's comfortable, easily readable

Adesh Silva's comfortable, easily readable, conversational style makes a book that one might expect to be quite dry actually fun to read. Information is presented in bite-sized pieces designed for easy consumption.

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  • Matthew O'Connor
  • 02-03-20

I'm so glad that I read this book

I'm so glad that I read this book. Even though I have been following John for a while I still learned a lot. I'm looking forward to using what I learned to advance my career and encourage you to do the same!

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  • Riley Page
  • 02-02-20

The audible is even better

The audible is even better. As some one who is struggling to become a self taught programmer. The advice is phenomenal. With a little elbow grease and some time I may just pull it off.

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  • Owen Chadwick
  • 02-02-20

Valuable insight, entertaining delivery

Valuable insight, entertaining delivery, and very apparent commitment to self growth and development. I’m switching careers from IT and was looking for something to help, and found this book to have just what I was looking for and much more.