I am a coder and I work in the IT industry. I have gained a lot of experience and I would like to share with you what I know.
I want to help beginners learn how to code. If you are a complete beginner, start by reading this article:
What is programming? – Start here if you know nothing about coding
You can also read my guide on how to become a web developer – A step by step guide for beginners.
If you already have some coding knowledge, read below. Learn how to build small projects.
So you want to learn to code, but you don’t know how or where to start? You’ve come to the right place.
When I first discovered programming, I was scared as hell. There was so much information out there, and none of it made sense.
The truth is, coding is not hard, but it does take a bit of time and effort. But if you get the basics down, the rest is easy.
This guide will be a step by step guide, that will help you through everything you need to know about becoming a programmer. It will cover everything from choosing the right language for you, to building your first full project.
Learning to code will change your life.
Learning to code is like learning any other language and it’s not as hard as it seems.
If you don’t have any experience with coding, don’t worry! I was once in your shoes, but now I am a full time software developer with over 7 years of experience.
Have you ever wondered how computers work or how websites are built? Have you ever been interested in learning a new skill that can get you a well paid job?
This blog will teach you step by step how to learn the most important tools in the world of coding. It doesn’t matter if you are an absolute beginner and never coded in your life, this blog is for everyone! I will cover everything from setting up a development environment, choosing a programming language, finding the right resource to learn from and growing your network in the tech industry.
I have been learning Python and HTML for about a year now. I have decided to join the
The <script> tag has two optional attributes: type and language.
These two attributes are considered obsolete in HTML5, although you may still come across them in older websites.
You should avoid using these attributes, since they have been deprecated (meaning that they will no longer be supported) in HTML5.
You can read more about what the HTML 5 standard has to say on this topic here.