Hi guys, i’m a newbie, i don’t know how to start to learn coding… there are so much topics that i’m feeling lost, pls, anyone can tell me a guide to follow?
Do you have specific something in mind you want to buld? If you do, you could tell us and we could recommend programming languages and/or courses
if you don’t know, you start with html followed by css. This allows you to make websites and is gentle introduction into the world of programming
I want to learn front end, i tried in other platform but the course was unorganized…
to be a front end development, which things i need to learn? thank u for the answer
jquery is a bit of a question mark, not that much used anymore. But you might run into Jquery code (base)
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@gabriel0018306396 My advice is to learn HTML and CSS first. That`s how I started learning to code.
Then you have a clear goal to work towards, that should help
Thank you for your advice. Is JS not the language to learn to work on group projects? My projects now on codecademy don’t include the syntax used with HTML like
no, why would this be?
Each language has its own pros and cons, and all these languages can do multiple things.
I think its too much to go over each and everyone. c++ is for games or desktop application (and more), gives better performance but takes longer to develop
not sure how popular ruby still is, python is everywhere, from small games, data science and web development.
Hello, I’m also new to coding. I’m pretty interested in “Data Analyst” so I clicked on the PROcareer path on “Data Analyst”. But now that I read some responses to other newbies, should I also start with “html” and “css”? Or can I continue on the PRO career path?
That is up to you, html and css might be somewhat easier, you get results more quickly as well
but you can start with data science as well.