When you’re working on your code you will mostly work in two mental “modes”.
It’s important to master both since they both have place in the practice of programming.
In this video, you will learn about those two mental “modes”, how they work and why you should switch often between them.
When you’re starting to write code that actually works, it’s natural for you to want to write more code.
Soon, you’re getting rush out of this creative process. In fact I love this about programming.
But, sometimes in all this excitement you will be doing way too much work that is needed.
Here, I’m explaining how you can avoid this mistake and create a code you will be able to use in the future.
When I started to build software I also started to look for an advice from more experienced programmers.
I wanted to learn how to build software faster and how to write robust and bug-free code.
So, over the years I came across lots of programming “wisdom” from different programming cultures. And there’s one principle in particular that stayed with me and really helped me over the years.
In this video you will learn what this principle is all about and how to apply it to both building software and learning programming.
Over the years I’ve found that when I’m programming and it’s going great, I’m in a certain state of mind.
It’s this free-flowing state where the next steps and solutions present themselves easily. Without any effort.
For years I had no idea that this kind of experiences have their own name and there is an actual research running for years to examine how to get into this kind of effective state of mind.
In this video,I will share with you some of my tips on how to get and how to stay in this effective state of mind when you’re doing coding.
I wish I knew all this when I was starting out!
If you need to “prove” that your programming skills are solid, how can you do that even when you’re starting from scratch?
There’s one way that I find works again and again. It’s very effective even if you’re just starting out with programming.
I believe that pretty much everyone can learn programming. Unfortunately a lot of people get discouraged when their first experiences with learning programming is negative.
This is how I started doing programming years ago. And probably by accident I didn’t give up. Instead I found my own way of learning programming.
So, if you feel that programming is not for you, it’s more likely that the method that you’re using is not for, not programming itself.
In this video I share with you the story of how did I start with programming, discovered my own path to learning programming and how you can do the same.
Beginners that learn programming tend to focus on tools. That’s all well an good,but what if our tools keep changing?
There’s this one unchangeable activity in programming. No matter what kind of programming you do (or plan to do) this will stay the same.
It’s also a great guiding light when you’re confused about what to learn (on not learn) in programming next.
A lot of times the quickest ways to get started with web development is to just use PHP.
But, is this the best way to start?
In this video we will explore pros and cons of starting both with raw PHP versus starting with more sophisticated web tools like web frameworks.
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