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.
In this video I do my best to help you out with making this important choice by giving you a really practical and down to earth “rule” to choose what will be best for you.
If you consider learning web development,but stuck and can’t move forward this video will be perfect for you.
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If you’re interested in programming sooner or later you will come across the term “clean code”.
In this video you will learn what does this term mean and why it’s important.
I will also give you some tips on how to actually write the “clean code”.
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Learning a complex skill like programming can be tough. Doesn’t have to be. But when you’re starting out you will be experiencing those two block that will hold you back.
And yes this is totally normal. Even developers that have years of experience under their belts will experience those block from time to time. It’s just our natural reaction when we need to learn something new.
Watch this video to find out how to deal with those two blocks, get unstuck and get to your personal next level of programming (whatever it might be right now)
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What to do when something goes wrong with a program you’re creating? You have to identify the problem and fix it.
This is basically what’s debugging is all about. And there are many ways you can go about it.
Here you will learn one of the simplest yet very effective method to debug your code that will work with pretty much every programming language.
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Which Programming Language Should Your Start With? here it is.
I see this all the time in many people and I’ve got this habit as well. When it comes to learning new skills I’m can totally immerse myself into doing research.
In fact I can totally forget about practicing the actually skill and instead reading about it.
In this video I will give you a few really good reasons why when it comes to learning programming it’s especially important to move as quickly as you can to actually applying what you’ve learned.
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When you want to learn programming which programming language should you start with?
I found that there are basically two good answers to this questions depending on where you are in you career.
The answer will be different If you’re interesting in programming and you want to to do software or web development in the future vs. you want to learn programming because it will be a valuable skill in your current career.
No matter where you are watch video to get my full answers!
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