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Name: Jim
Nickname: Jim
Height: 6'2''
Weight: varies
Hair: varies
Eyes: Hazel
Location: NY
Age:45
Hobbies: My kids, midlife self education, Triathlons, Flying, building a airplane, motorcycles, boating, skiing on and on and on...

Relationship Status: Married 5 children

Fav Music: Foo Fighters, Creed, Stones

Education: Data Processing (from the 80's) Cobol, Basic, Fortran

Work: Digital Printing
Favorite Food: its all good

Favorite Movies: Matrix, Crash, recently Martian child was good

Favorite TV Shows: ah none, don't watch tv

Favorite Video Games: none, used to play black Hawk Down but None now

Stuff you Dislike: Hypocrites, cheaters

My stepson wants to get into programming. he plays a lot of warcraft.
I want him to get hooked on programming and spend less time gaming.
I have wanted to get back into it as well so I though I would develops some routines and show them to him and lead him into it. sort of the blind leading the blind.
But I have some programming background and I think Python looks like a good place for us to start.

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Last Post by zandiago
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welcome!

have a go with VB express, you might like it
I used the book "vb 2005 step by step" it was very good

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Hey Jim, Python is a nice place to start but as already mentioned try VB as it is easier to start with

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