Coders of Reddit, Where do you start to learn to code if you know nothing about coding?
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When I started I started with https://w3schools.com
It has a lot of basic stuff but it really helped me get going
I’ve never been one to watch online tutorials or take proper courses but those could definitely help
Books, online tutorials, Freecodecamp, The Odin Project
I started with Learning Python by Mark Lutz. It’s huge, but interesting.
the basics, fundamentals, and essentials (there are online courses, sites that do coding, but Youtube tutorials was by far the most helpful) do projects that interests you. if you get stuck on something go back to the basics, Google or sites like StackOverflow
I used *Java for Dummies*.
I started by opening stuff in notepad and messing around.
For me it was CS in college, then my first job out of college.
I started with codecademy, YouTube, and some books
Codingbat.com is great for practicing once you learn a bit about the basics
of you don’t have OCD or a mild from of aspergers, it usually benefits you to look into getting certified in one or both of those, and they greatly improve your code quality and endurance when staring into the abyss of code on your screen for 10+ hours straight
You Tube, literally the best platform ever for learning.