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  • How to learn coding and what to learn after that?

    Looking for tips for learning to code for beginners? Want to know what you should subsequently learn? Get tips and guidance on learning how to code and other things you need to know as a novice.

    I am keen to enter the field of Web Development for which I would like to learn to code. Some valuable tips for a beginner would be appreciated.

    My queries are-
    1. What are the important things to consider when you start to learn to code?
    2. What are some valuable tips for a beginner in coding?
    3. What are some recommended websites, books, and ways to learn to code from level zero?
    4. After learning to code, what else would be good to learn?
  • Answers

    4 Answers found.
  • Coding is nothing but a set of software programming steps written in a particular coding language. There was a time when programming languages like Basic, Fortran, Cobol, Pascal, etc were considered sufficient for learning the programming sequence for solving a particular problem in science or business or any other area where such a program could help. But with the advancements in software programming many other code systems like Javascript, C, Python, R, etc were invented and became much more popular due to their effectiveness. So, today a beginner can start learning from C language and then select some language like Python which appears to be at the forefront when we talk of data science, digital marketing, and artificial intelligence.
    The syntax of coding differs from one language to another and every language has its own bag of tricks and techniques for solving a problem posed by an industry or organization.
    The most important thing in a coding sequence is its logic and precision so that it works exactly what was intended by it. It should not malfunction. In technical terms, it should be bug-free.
    Hence learning a code is alright but using it intelligently and precisely requires in-depth study.
    Whichever coding language one selects to start one has to go through the basic books which are prescribed in first-year B.Tech Computer Science courses. They will be the correct reference for beginners.
    One thing which is very important in the coding area is that today we are having different platforms like windows, Android, iOS, etc, and how our code would be linked to that is the crucial thing that a software engineer must understand. So, once the code is made in a precise manner how to link and make it useful for a particular environment is what most customers are looking for. It is also to be noted that knowledge of networking and interfacing would also be required and same is to be acquired by an ambitious person who wants to make a good career in this line.

    Knowledge is power.

  • Coding is the process of utilisation of the programming languages so that we can offer command to the computers. These instructions are ultimately to be followed by the websites, software which people use regularly.
    Since technology has penetrated into our daily lives, coding skills have been indispensable because of frequent usage of different programming. Hence the project managers should know the internal working of the tools so as be more proficient in the areas of learning languages for which they have the passions.
    One of major benefits of learning codes is the ability to bring ideas into the lives of the candidates practising the same.
    There are numerous programming languages such as HTML, Java, Python, CSS, PHP, SQL etc.
    The aspirants would gain entirely new perspective on the technologies with their consistent practice.
    Once the aspirants are acquainted with the different programming languages, they should take up advanced training in the domains indicated below-
    1) Consider C, C++, C# and other related languages.
    2) Go through the advanced programming for Java or Java Script.
    3) The aspirants may take up for advanced training for Python.
    4) They might try for Python Language.
    5) The aspirants should not limit to learning. The more the languages they command, the more is the chances of their excellent prospects in their service careers.

  • Coding is the process of creating commands for a computer for performing a job. This is nothing but a road map for computers to carry out the job assigned. These instructions power the websites, software, and applications that are being used by us.
    The first and foremost point you should consider is why and what you want to code. Once you decide on this, you can decide on the language you have to learn and also gives an idea about what type of projects you want to do.
    Figure out why you want to learn to code. The following are the points you should follow for learning to code.
    1, Choose which coding language you want to learn first. For this, you should know what type of projects you want to do.
    2, Once you decide on the language, join online courses and learn the language.
    3, You should also spend some time watching videos related to the language.
    4, Try reading books and ebooks related to this subject.
    5, It is better to use tools that make learning to code easier.
    8. Observe somebody doing the coding.
    All these actions will give you in-depth knowledge of the language chosen by you and also some idea about coding.
    The following are the languages that are useful for coding,
    1. Python. It is the language that is very popular and is used for server-side web and system development.
    2. Java. It is also a very popular language and one of the simplest languages and can be used on multiple platforms.
    3. C and C++. These two are general-purpose programming languages. The code of these languages can be used to implement operating systems such as Oracle and Intel.
    4. SQL, HTML, CSS, and PHP are also useful languages.
    The following are some of the important websites you can refer to.
    2. geeks for geeks
    3. udemy
    4. HackerRank
    5. FreecodeCamp.
    In addition to the above sites, you can go through the following books.
    1, The Self-Taught Programmer wrote by Cory Althoff
    2, Make Your Own Neural Network by Tariq Rashid
    3. Learning JavaScript Design Patterns by Addy Osmani
    4, The Art of Invisibility by Kevin Mitnick and Robert Vamosi
    5. Clean Code by Robert C. Martin
    Once you started coding, start with simple ones and never jump to complicated issues and as you get the experience you can move to complex issues. Make it a point to update your knowledge frequently so that you will be the front-runner. Don't stop coding and go on practising it.

    always confident

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