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The Unofficial Atomic Programming Tutorial Database
Lord Teaspoon 
3/9/03 6:30:03 PM
Champion

I found http://32bits.co.uk to be pretty good for DirectX.

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freespace 
21/9/03 12:15:53 PM
Overlord

A little self promotion: http://glutbase.ocmelbourne.com/index.html

:D

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Blitz[VFF] 
17/10/03 10:21:03 PM
Champion

/adds kikz' kick arse VB tutorial.

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kittykat 
18/10/03 8:42:05 PM
Serf

thanks for the help!

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Interlaced 
1/11/03 12:53:08 PM
Disciple

Cool ASP tutorials

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Starburst 
1/11/03 5:14:11 PM
Serf
SQL
http://www.sqlcourse.com
http://www.sqlcourse2.com

HTML/CSS/XML/PHP
http://www.spoono.com - Contains alot of links to other pragramming resources.

Database
http://www.databasejournal.com

ActionScript
http://www.flashkit.com

VB
http://www.vbwire.com/

Various
http://www.programmersheaven.com

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Starburst 
1/11/03 5:18:44 PM
Serf
Quote by Starburst
SQL
http://www.sqlcourse.com
http://www.sqlcourse2.com

HTML/CSS/XML/PHP
http://www.spoono.com - Contains alot of links to other pragramming resources.

Database
http://www.databasejournal.com

ActionScript
http://www.flashkit.com

VB
http://www.vbwire.com/

Various
http://www.programmersheaven.com



I have alot more in my favourites list at work so I'll be sure to sift through them and all and pass on the good sites.

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Blitz[VFF] 
3/11/03 10:29:50 PM
Champion

Cool, thanks Starburst - sifting is a good thing, as I don't want this to be like a lot of the link threads in these forums, ie. way to many to possibly visit. We want the elite, and atomic made tutorials only. NB. atomic made tutorials are instantly elite :P

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... too many freaks, not enough circuses

EvolutionEvil 
10/1/04 11:58:36 PM
Banned

I just wanted to make a comment.

Those c++ tutorials are absolutley shit. they have a shitload of mistakes in them the only good one is the thinking in c++.

please remove them they only confuse n00bs ive found better and will give you a few links as soon as i finish reading thinking in c++

kthxbai

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extremedev 
14/1/04 11:52:30 PM
Apprentice
Anyone interested in putting their OWN tutorials on www.extremedevelopment.net please check out my post in this section!

or simply PM or email me at rob@extremedevelopment.net

also Sentinel is an Admin so you can PM him also

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Tortured-X 
25/1/04 8:27:03 PM
Serf
you guys are obviously forgetting one of the best php sites, spoono.com

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Hang3r 
16/3/04 12:39:14 PM
Initiate

You have so much information to flood all the new people to programming with, but you don’t tell them where to start...

I think in my opinion that the best place to start is with Java. Java teaches you the basics of high level programming...
Other things that may help start you of is mIRC Scripting or BASIC...
You should be teaching them the basics of programming not the languages first... although I found the best way was to start with a programming language...
Any1 else got any suggestions on where they should start?

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Blitz[VFF] 
26/3/04 10:52:31 AM
Guru

This is the tutorial DB, not the intro to programming DB. Though you have a point, because many people surfing this thread may be learning their first language.

I'll be happy to add any tutorials for beginning programmers.

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kiwi rover 
31/3/04 1:49:31 PM
Overlord

this is a great resource, my friend and i are sort of learning programming along side the normal it class, and this would be a great help

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Deecie 
23/5/04 8:06:36 PM
Serf
Very stupid question:

I dl'ed the first of these tutorials:
http://www.atomicmpc.com.au/forums.asp?s=2&c=10&t=824&p=0

I have no idea where to start :(
There's just a big, meaningless readme file and a program that shows me the white triangle, which is was the goal of the program to make.. It mentions Visual Studio somewhere in there. Is it needed to do it? I was just giving it a quick go :P

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Lord Teaspoon 
25/5/04 5:21:28 PM
Guru

Anybody got any good ones on MFC?

Oh, that http://32bits.co.uk seems to have disappeared.


Edited by Lord Teaspoon: 25/5/2004 5:22:44 PM

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Blitz[VFF] 
26/5/04 5:41:15 PM
Guru

Deecie, which tutorials are you talking about? That is just a link to the first page of this thread ...

Lord Teaspoon, I'll look for some MFC ones for you, and add them to the list. That 32bits site was up for me ...

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Lord Teaspoon 
26/5/04 10:34:07 PM
Guru

Oh, look at that... It's back!

Not only that, but they have some MFC on there.

Not a whole lot tho. Don't think it'll be enough for me to make the mediaplayer I want tho. I've got the DirectShow stuff more or less sorted, but I need to get some decent MFC skills to build an interface for it and get it to play in a controlled window (to make fullscreen, zoom and the like work nicely).

Basically I'm after simple GUI shit and lots of in-depth stuff about creating windows and messing with their settings.


Edited by Lord Teaspoon: 26/5/2004 10:39:12 PM

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Ashy 
31/5/04 3:21:17 PM
Disciple

Assembly
http://www.linuxassembly.org/resources.html#tutorials - tutorials for assembly programming under *nix

http://www7.informatik.uni-erlangen.de/~msdoerfe/embedded/386html/toc.htm - Intel 80386 Reference Programmer's Manual

http://flatassembler.net/index.php - fasm homepage

http://nasm.sourceforge.net/wakka.php?wakka=HomePage - nasm homepage

http://www.assembly-journal.com/index.php -
Assembly-Programming-Journal

http://developer.intel.com/design/Pentium4/documentation.htm#man - Download the IA-32 Intel Architecture Software Developer's Manuals




Edited by Ashy: 31/5/2004 3:23:03 PM

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Guardian_Angel 
17/7/04 9:03:47 PM
Initiate

thanks for the links, they will come in handy and a lot of help!

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