How To: Learn to Code for Work or Play with This Informative & Fun Bundle

Learn to Code for Work or Play with This Informative & Fun Bundle

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I found you (Null-Byte) and this site through one of your YouTube vids. I was blown away! I had no clue what you were talking about except for the gist of the topic. I even purchased a book you recommended by Michael Bazzell - to try to learn about OSINT. But I'm such a Noob I probably shouldn't even turn on a computer! My biggest struggle is when following instructions on downloading and installing programs, is if something doesn't happen that I'm supposed to "see" , I figure oh crap!, I've screwed it up - and I don't know even how to check! Most of the time I just repeat the steps to see what happens. (Probably not a good idea either). Anyway, I appreciate all the hard work you put into teaching and posting. I do have one very important question to ask - but can't find the way to just contact you to ask. Is it possible to "email" a quick issue "question"? It's the reason I watched and bought the book! I'd appreciate it. Thanks again - and sorry to bore everyone who understands all this. Like I said, I should be kept away from electronics in general.


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