Hello World


Hello World: A blog that explores what a new developer is thinking when they are learning to code in Python.

Python is one of the most popular programming languages out there. It can be used for data science, web development, and more. If you are looking to learn Python, this blog is my take on it. I am currently self-studying Python and will post my thoughts and progress as I go. Hoping this blog can be helpful to other self-starters.

What’s with the name?

I am borrowing from “Hello World” – the first program that many developers write when learning a new language or building a new application.

When I was first starting out with Python, I was curious about what other developers were going through when they learned it. What was their experience like? Was it difficult or easy? Did they find it useful? Are there any challenges that I should expect? What should I do if x happens? etc…

I hope that by writing this blog and sharing my experiences, I can help anyone else who might be starting out with Python as well.

Hello World: A blog that explores what a new developer is thinking when they are learning to code in Python.

This blog was initially started as a way to share with my family and friends the things I learned while taking my first programming class, CS 101 at Stanford. As time went on, I realized that other people might find value in this blog as well and turned it into the resource it is today.

Hello World is a blog dedicated to exploring what it is like to be a new developer and all of the trials and tribulations that go along with getting started. The goal is to have fun while learning Python, Git, and GitHub.

The first project, Guess the Number, was inspired by this article in Real Python.

The author, who happens to be an adorable cat named Molly, has provided a very simple introduction to Python programming.

What I love about this article is that it is written in such a way that it can be followed by absolute beginners who are just starting out with coding. It also challenges them to do a little bit of research on their own in order to complete the code.

I also learned a lot doing this project as well and had fun combining some different resources online in order to figure out how everything worked together.

Hello World

I want to start this blog by giving a warm welcome and introducing myself. I’m a creative writer, who has been learning how to code for the last four months. I started my coding journey at CodeClan, where I learned the basics of HTML and CSS, before moving on to learn Java and JavaScript. Since then, I have been learning Python and Django.

This blog is about my experiences learning how to code in Python. It will be a place for me to share what goes through my mind as I learn something new.

I’ll be blogging weekly every Saturday evening. So keep an eye out for posts!

Hi, I’m Daniel.

I am a new developer and this is my blog. I have been learning Python for about two months now and feel like I just passed a major milestone. I can read and write code. I also know how to use Github to store my code and push it from my computer to my Github account. This has been a huge accomplishment.

I started coding in April after realizing that there were not enough hours in the day to learn to code on top of all the other things going on in my life. So, I took the plunge and quit my job to devote time to learning Python and Django specifically.

Python and GitHub are two of the most commonly used tools for developers. With over 10 million new developers entering every year, it’s important to be able to understand what they are thinking.

Python was created by a programmer named Guido van Rossum in 1991. It is now one of the most popular programming languages, with over 200 million downloads per year. It can be used for everything from web development to machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI). A lot of people use it because it has an easy-to-read syntax that makes coding easier than other languages like Java or C++ which have more complex syntaxes.

GitHub is a web-based hosting service for version control using git, which is a distributed revision control system originally developed by Linus Torvalds in 2005. In this blog post we will explore what it means when someone says their code is hosted on GitHub, how you might use GitHub yourself, and why there is so much hype around this tool!

This is a test of the blogging capabilities of my blog.

I will be using this blog as a way to document my learning process as I go through the various tutorials and exercises provided by my python courses.

For anyone who is reading this, hello! This is my first time using Github, so I may be making mistakes or doing things in an inefficient way. Please feel free to critique me, I really want to learn how to do this right.


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