Hi every one. My name is Robert, im new on this site and trying to learn coding and transform it to my profession.
I read a lot about different sites where to strat learning to code, and I rested here! Still I have some questions and the more bothering of them all is:
If I want to learn coding so that I can become a programmer (c++, java etc.) should I start whit HTML and CSS?
Becouse after enrolling first lessons made me study HTML concept not a certain programing language.
Thank you very much for your kind answer. The discussion you sent me was extremle useful.
I have a goal, I set my self to become a full-stock program developer. Im ready to work hard for that, I just need to identify the right tools.
So please tell me is html css and java script usefoul or necessary fot that? or its a waste of time in terms that il never use them in my future program developing job.
Im pleased to meet you and thank you again!
Exelent materials for meeting this domain ! After reading it, I came back to your text and I could say that its a very good resume of the entire articole
Seems you’ve got it all figured out!!!
May I please ask you one more question for today, because I`m a little confused…
The thing that i would like to learn and work in the future is buildind and developing programs (software). I realize now after reading the material you sent me that maith be diferent from what i previously old you my goal is.
I apologize for my confusion. I think now that Softwer Developer would be the correct term to define my goal. So i return now to my previous questions for identifying the right tools in achieving that and if html; css and so on are any usefel now or in the future. Because as i told you its the first thing that i started with on CodeAcademy. Thank you, again! Best regards!
I have very limited knowledge about that part. Maybe others can help. Developing software seems like another field to me, if you’re talking about computer software like Adobe suite for one example, that involves a lot of design, planning as well as programming. I can’t say much about the rest. But, google is your best way to go, from a cursory search:
As I mentioned in another post, HTML is not officially considered a programming language, but learning and knowing it won’t harm you. Just my personal opinion, if someone finds HTML hard to understand, he/she might need to rethink whether programming path is really for them or not (nonetheless, some people can excel in other languages and despise the other). Software developer or software engineering deals lot not only with coding, but more on research and algorithms and some other complexities.
Don’t just take my words for it, google more about the things you want, you can always skip HTML, straight to learning Java if you want to. Then back to HTML if you feel liking it. Your progress, your own choice and decisions.