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Posted on 11-07-05 12:30
im going to setup a page for begginners who come here with no hacking knowledge at all. A page which they can read and then head off in the right direction, learn the right things etc etc

Hopefully this will also cut down on the "what am i surposed to do on BWH 1" questions.

So please could you post any links / suggestions of antyhing that helped you get setup on your way. Or post any useful beggining hacking sites you use etc etc etc

Anything would be helpful to get a broader view.


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Posted on 11-07-05 13:12
I think the first good thing to start is to learn a programming language..... MSDN for C++ and Visual Basic is great..


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Posted on 11-07-05 15:19
I don't think that beginner can start with learning visual basic. If they can't look into source code, they can't start with programming.

For begining I advice to set up their own web site (at beginning probably just html page). When they learn html, they can continue by java script, php.

Some good links for starting with learning:
http://www.w3scho. . .
http://www.sitepo. . . - Sitepoints books are realy great
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Posted on 11-07-05 19:01
Yea u're right... That's how i started anyway, But aren't those considered languages ?
+ Most ppl think that hacking is just software and stuff.... Some hard-ware should be involved.... at least VERY BASIC hardware stuff...


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Posted on 11-07-05 19:04
for a beginer trying to make a website from scratch is confusing. most would just get a template. So mabey you could just set it up for them to learn html before making a site. Then the same with javascript. I know that learning HTML in like the 6th grade and VB in high school really helped me with programing.


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Posted on 11-07-05 21:52
I'm new to Hell Bound Hackers. I bought some books on HTML, XHTML, PHP, and MySQL. It will be cool once I learn how to do the stuff you guys can do.


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Posted on 12-07-05 21:46
I think that a beginner should first learn HTML and how to make a webpage. Then they should learn to program (and not in VB). The should learn something like C/C++ or Java. Once they master C/C++ or Java, learning a new language becomes trivial (this includes js and PHP). They should also learn how to do databases (MySQL, SQL, etc).


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Posted on 12-07-05 22:06
What's the difference between SQL and MySQL?