What tutorials would you like to see next?

+105 Bucky Roberts · June 2, 2014
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+1 Joe Nichols · August 12, 2014
Do a tutorial for Operating systems like the need to know about operating systems not on any specific one.  I think that would be something very beneficial and interesting.
+2 Savad Dekrup · August 12, 2014
+2 Jaze 2711 · August 27, 2014
Tutorials for node js.I already saw the node js tutorials(for chat). It would be nice if there more tutorials in detail for every concept.Thank you.
+8 Sheldon Juncker · August 31, 2014
Bucky should make a tutorial on how to make awesome tutorials. ;)
+3 romeo rows · August 31, 2014
Wordpress tutorial
+5 Ibrahim Tuzlak · September 1, 2014
I'm not sure if anyone have mentioned Blender (3-D modeling/animation, etc)? I believe it's worth to have a tutorial on it, at least basics.
+3 max weiby · September 2, 2014
I whould really love if you did an advanced python tutorial or a python gui tutorial. I just recently started learning python, and your python tutorials are the best on the entire internet. So if you made more python tutorials it will definitely make me better at the language(and it will make me happy).
+1 max weiby · September 13, 2014
Advanced python and pygame. With python 3+ of course.
+2 Sheena Torno · September 13, 2014
So I've read the posts and I also agree that there should be a Data Structures tutorial. For some dudes asking for OOP tutorials you can check out the Java Beginner series of Bucky and you'll understand the OOP concept I assure you, it was explained very well in a manner that you could definitely understand. I think a tutorial series about Data Structures would help us think more effectively and strategically to improve our ways of programming plus it would also be used in real time applications, big or small. :)
+3 Adam Karrer · September 13, 2014
A generalized tutorial on Data Structures, and commonly used algorithms and "tricks" that are considered efficient or good/common practice. 

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