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Hello, my name is Gustavo and I want to know:
What one needs to be a good programmer of computers?
Which your advice are to be a good programmer?
How is the logic acquired?
Is it true that people that are good in mathematics are made easier the
programming of Computers, for the logic?
Is it Visual Basic. Net the language easier of learning?

Thank you for your attention.
GUSTAVO from Colombia.




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Visual Basic .NET is probably the easiest .NET language to develop in. If you are looking at becoming a serious programmer, getting books on the MCSD curiculum is a good way to go.

Any Microsoft book is pretty good, or even the Wrox books are also very good.
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were de same..
my instructor said, to be a good programmer
just study and study..
search more in internet
and read some books
good in mathematics is a advantage for logic but don't lose hope
it's depend


luck!!!
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