>im bored. >why don't i learn something instead of just consuming dogshit content

>im bored
>why don't i learn something instead of just consuming dogshit content
>ok i'll code a discord bot
>youtube it
>install pycharm, yeah ok
>it's a tar
>ok, let me google how to install a tar
>cool, it's installed.. now how do i run it
>./blahblah.sh.. ok cool
>ok i need to install these modules
>i dont know what a module is but ok
>pip not found
>ok ill install that
>ok, now the modules are installed and i can actually begin to learn something
>oh, the modules won't load.. back to google
>"debian has a weird naming convention, just install and reinstall with conda instead"
>ok frick, let me google how to uninstall something with pip and install it with conda instead
>conda not found
>ok frick, back to google
>ok great, now it's installed with conda
>they modules still won't load

Frick this shit. I guess I'll just go apply at McDonald's.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    is ubuntu not a great choice for python dev for a beginner? the naming conventions already have me confused.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Don't know about ubuntu, but I setup mint (which is based on ubuntu) for python development (the right way, with proper version/environments separation and dependency management) in about 30 minutes top. It just werks.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    This is GeoHotz coding SLAM from scratch (not really since he's practised this before) The feeling of constantly running into basic issues and having to google around to get things working doesn't go away. You can still do this OP, you just need to have an ungodly amount off patience like with working at McDonalds.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      i've just learned that I'm been mixing up George Hotz and Martin Shkreli for the longest time, both smart dudes who do programming streams

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >install pycharm, yeah ok
    It's just a DE. Use Vim or Micro

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      i had to google how to install a tarball and you want me to learn vim? Black person you're moronic

      This is GeoHotz coding SLAM from scratch (not really since he's practised this before) The feeling of constantly running into basic issues and having to google around to get things working doesn't go away. You can still do this OP, you just need to have an ungodly amount off patience like with working at McDonalds.

      i will keep at it. is ubuntu a poor choice for a total neophyte?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >i had to google how to install a tarball and you want me to learn vim? Black person you're moronic
        Use micro then. It's Vim without any learning curve

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    literally me trying to install stable diffusion with amd graphics card

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >windows users

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Nowadays I shut the computer down at 7PM and read a programming book until I'm tired. It's easier to concentrate when I'm not injecting pure internet in my veins 24/24.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Try to code more basic stuff or at least something with way less dependencies. Maybe get started not with an IDE but with just a text editor (Notepad++ on windows, gedit on ubuntu). That way you can concentrate on the coding itself and you can learn about dependencies, libraries, IDEs later.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    install sublime cracked
    then install python 3.11
    make a virtual environment
    pip install discord or whatever
    thats literally it

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >sublime cracked
      Why tho. There are no restrictions in free version.
      >then install python 3.11
      Then install pyenv and then python 3.11 unless you want to frick up anything that uses system python already

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Kek so it's true IQfy is full of no coders thinking they will learn something here?

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    "Learning with personal projects" is a meme insofar it means "go through tutorials and steps you don't really understand so you get your shitty program working as quickly as possible". If instead you stop to learn everything involved in making the program from scratch, even though it will take you a long time at first, you'll learn the fundamentals of it. If you need to spend two or three weeks reading about it before you write a single line of code, then so be it.

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >>ok i'll code a discord bot
    it
    have a nice day Black person

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    You can install the modules using pycharm and then it handles it for you so it will load. pip needs sudo for modules to get into path. Don't do that, virtual environment (venv) using pycharms tools. Just install module on pycharm it handles it for you. Also you need to reboot for the new pip packages to be read by pycharm.

    Python is anoying to get into as a beginner.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Mang, your advice is borderline moronic, sorry. This is completely backwards way to do things in Python.
      Here's how you built completely headache-free Python dev env on your computer in several minutes -- and it will last, while also being completely IDE agnostic.
      1. Install PyEnv to manage Python versions and not frick up any software that's relying on system Python -- optional, since most linux distros come with pretty fresh Python versions
      2. Install pipx to have an ability to install any Python project into it's own venv without, again, fricking up system installation
      3. Install Poetry using pipx
      4. cd ~/MyCoolProjects
      poetry new my-new-cool-project
      cd my-new-cool-project
      poetry add dependency-for-your-cool-project
      poetry install

      5. You're 100% ready to develop your new cool project in completely isolated environment without single reboot and in any editor you want -- most of non-moronic ones pick up Poetry venvs automatically.

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