I have an Arduino, and I want to make it do things. I gather that what I really want is a Raspberry Pi in addition to my Arduino. The trouble is, I don't know Python and my C and circuitry skills are severely rusty. So do you know of any online courses or physical books that will teach me all of this as a general subject of "making devices" rather than individual Python, C, and electrical engineering courses of study? [more inside]
I'm looking to get good at C++ fast. I have a math phd and many years of experience with collaborative python development (including just a small touch of cython), but now need to start coding in C++. What are some good resources to get me where I'm going?
Mr. Killian is struggling in an intro to C# programming class, specifically learning to use classes. Are there online resources out there that would supplement his classroom work? [more inside]
OOP class design conondrum. I am designing a set of classes for an online survey/quiz engine. I need some help with designing my classes. [more inside]
What's the single best book for a beginning student of C++ to work through over a period of a month or two?
How does the Metafilter Deleted Threads blog pull info and then publish it automatically? [more inside]
Is there a way to find out the filename associated with a specific FILE * pointer? (OS: Red Hat EL 5) [more inside]
What open-source projects should I look at to see examples of great design and clear coding style? [more inside]
I'm a developer at a C++ shop right now, and would like to expand my skills in order to be more versatile and marketable. What's the next programming language I should learn? (I know some assembly, and very basic HTML)
Help me increase my technology/computer knowledge and resourcefulness so I may help others in my community get the most out of digital tools. Or: How do I apply the DIY/empowering/hackerly approach to computing in a way that benefits others? [more inside]
Programmers: know any good algorithms for picking colors, modifying colors or choosing colors that go well together? This is specifically for code. I'm NOT looking for apps that let you choose colors. [more inside]
What's the best way to break apart an asp.net c# web application? [more inside]
Most profitable computer language to learn in 2010/11? [more inside]
Programming Filter: I'm applying for software jobs, but I don't want to forget what I know. How should I practice to keep my skills sharp? [more inside]
How do you go about when you look for a part-time entry-level software developer job? [more inside]
I'd like some program ideas to implement. [more inside]
I want to create a very specific software application. Which language should I use? [more inside]
[Software Development filter] I am working on a project that uses a PC (Windows) and a dedicated microprocessor to perform a specific task. I want to create a scripting language that will allow the user to write their own sequences for the tool. [more inside]
Oh God. Where to start? This is, at its heart, a programming question about C#. It's probably not a very hard programming question, either. [more inside]
Is it possible to learn C++ or matlab for financial engineering without a strong background in math or previous experience in computer science or engineering? Any advice would be appreciated.
int *ptr=(int*)2;...could someone explain the use of the second asterisk? [more inside]
Can I port an open-source project to another language without violating its BSD License? [more inside]
I would like to write a program which transforms the Windows task manager's process list into clickable links. Where do I start? [more inside]
I need some help diagnosing a problem static linking a C++ program using g++. It compiles and runs just fine without "-static", but I get all sorts of "undefined references" errors when I use "-static". I'm a C++ novice and am at a loss. Can anyone throw me a bone? [more inside]
What books would you recommend for embedded C programming? [more inside]
I have a program that captures live data from a piece of hardware on a set interval. The data is returned as XML. There are several things I would like to do with this data (in order): -display it to user -save it to disk -eventually, upload it to database [more inside]
Tips / resources for designing / implementing and application from the ground up? [more inside]
What's the best way of adding a "live" graph to my .NET WinForms application, similar in behaviour to the scrolling CPU usage and pagefile graphs found in Task Manager? Must be free, not too ugly, and not too processor-intensive.
Where can I find an honest, intelligent, organized community of folks looking for freelance .NET programmers?
Where can I find an honest, intelligent, organized community of folks looking for freelance .NET programmers? [more inside]
What is a good open-source project to get involved in? [more inside]
Help a Perl/Python guy learn C# [more inside]
Best book for a beginner to learn C? I've never learned a programming language, but I'm hoping to learn C over the summer. My friend, a computer science student, is going to teach me as he learns it. We would like a textbook or reference book or work book of some kind. What would be a good choice? [more inside]
ASP.Net development question. Can I map to a printer on the client's machine from a web page? [more inside]
How do I create PowerPoint slides using .NET? [more inside]
How can I work with an unmanaged C++ API from within C#? [more inside]
I've just installed ubuntu, and I'm looking to do C programming from the terminal. [more inside]
Robust usage of sscanf and sprintf - how to avoid buffer overflows? [more inside]
A question about memory allocation in C. Yes, I have to use C. There's [more inside]
Programming languages: I'd like to take up programming as a hobby, with an eye towards evaluating it as a career choice. What language should I learn? [more inside]. [more inside]