I know this may sound a little ridiculous, but I can’t help but be reminded of how much work it takes to learn to code.
So here are five easy things to get you started:1.
We all have those moments in life when you need to do something to feel productive, and there’s nothing more productive than just walking through a room or setting up a computer, right?
There’s no reason to get bogged down with it when you’re already doing something productive.2.
Get a laptop.
You probably have a Mac, which is a great place to start.
If you have a Chromebook or tablet, you can even get them to write code for you.
You might want to try out a little Python on it.3.
Go to a coding bootcamp.
If this sounds like a hobby, that’s fine.
You don’t need to get a master’s degree to code (or, really, any other kind of programming), but there are plenty of bootcamps available, from those in the UK to those in France.
You could even go to a school that specializes in IT and get an internship.4.
Find an open-source job.
You may be the best programmer in the world, but that doesn’t mean you can’t learn from someone who does.
Open-source sites like GitHub, PythonCon, and HackerRank are all good places to start looking.5.
Make a portfolio.
Even if you’re just going to sit at home and write code on the internet, you should consider how you can make a portfolio for yourself.
It will be more effective to get out and see what other people are doing.
Here are some of my favorites:A.
Code, but not too much.
When I started programming, I had to learn some programming language and a handful of different tools.
Now that I’m done with the programming school years, I have a lot of free time to focus on other things.
When you’re doing programming, you’re constantly surrounded by people who want to be better at it.
The good news is, there’s a lot more to programming than just writing code.
Code is an extremely powerful tool, and I love learning it.
Learn to code!