BWD Introduction

2004-10-25 15:10 - Beginners Web Development

This series is intended to be a nuts to soup programming tutorial. We will begin from the very basics. As the title suggests, it is for beginners, not for those already familiar with programming for computers. Early topics will include the very beginnings with what a computer is and how it does what it does.

We will begin from the very basics as just said, but eventually progress right to the very end. Our focus will be on web development, or applications designed to function through the world wide web. Web apps are popular today, and for good reason. They are capable of accomplishing some wonderful tasks with relative ease, and by the end of this series you should understand how and why. They're also a great thing to learn in today's world.

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