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Hi, I woul like to know if have a course about logic programing?

Hi, I woul like to know if have a course about logic programing?

4 Answers

Olá Karina, percebi que você é do Brasil e por isso estou respondendo em português.

Aqui no Treehouse recomendo esse curso: Front End Web Development Ele passa uma boa base de lógica. Mas também recomendo um livro como o Lógica de Programação da Casa do Código.

Espero ter ajudado de alguma forma.


Obrigada Igor pela atenção, vou dar uma olhada.

Karina :)

There aren't any as far as I'm aware and it may be a bit too "deep" into programming theory to fit at the moment with the current areas of Treehouse. I actually can't think of anywhere that does explicitly teach that, it's mostly rolled up into learning specific languages anyway and Treehouse likes to approach things from a more practical view of how to make use of code for examples and real world uses. Have you had a look at some of the PHP or Ruby courses? They may address at least some aspects of programming that you want. Do you have anything specific in mind in terms of your requirements?

Mark Josephsen
Mark Josephsen
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There's an Introduction to Programming course here that might be useful:


Hi, Mark, Thanks :)

Hi Karina,

Check out the book, Think Like A Programmer by V. Anton Spraul. Syntax can be easy to learn but I find that problem solving and logic has been the most challenging part of learning to code. It's like you have to rewire your brain if you're not used to thinking this way. This book teaches you how to break down a problem into smaller parts.

Here is a link to the author's YouTube channel which has some great videos to support his book https://www.youtube.com/user/vantonspraul

Here's a webinar he did - Problem Solving The Missing Ingredient for New Programmers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahVgp69xj7I&feature=youtu.be

Let us know if this helps!

Hi Cristina, thanks for you help I will look this links :)