Hi all, I wasn’t sure where to ask or whom to ask this, so I figured it would be best to place it here. That being said, my apologies if it is the wrong thread and/or not he best way to do so.
I have been learning Python and so far I have been enjoying it, however, as I have browsed through the code academy website, I haven’t been able to see any particular course or aggregation of courses that teaches you how to actually create an application. By this I mean, some form of breakdown were we (the students and learners) are shown the process or system used to take an idea and make it practical by means of coding.
Many of the courses in code academy are single language courses where you learn the syntax and the “how” of the language, but it feels as if we are still limited when it comes to being able to bring a project to life. I personally feel like there’s even more that needs to be learned in order to be able to do that, but the information might not be here in code academy.
Maybe I am just getting ahead of myself or haven’t truly seen all of the courses on this website, or perhaps I haven’t reached those levels yet. I don’t know. I just want to share the thoughts and see what any of you has to say.
I just feel limited in a way, I am learning Py with he intention of developing a language application, but there are so many aspects that go into the full creation of a software that no matter how much I might learn about coding (Py in this case), I feel like I am still in square one.