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u/Kazurik ยท 1 pointr/IWantToLearn

If you are on windows and want to learn how to make GUI applications then I would suggest learning C# and WPF.

If you are looking to learn what a CS student learns then I'd suggest you start with learning C and then picking up a low level CS book. After getting those two down I'd then look into an introduction to OOP principles. Sadly I have no recommendations for that part.

Keep in mind that going to college is a great idea if you want to both learn something in detail and have a way to prove that you have learned the topic. However, there is nothing magical about college. What you learn in a college lecture you could learn on your own. So if you are just after the knowledge so you can code as a hobby then you should be all set with books. Once you get established I'd suggest you look at the /r/programming FAQ as it has a lot of great books.