Just came across a folder full of notes and printed documents I'd put together for a bunch of different coding languages when I first started learning. I made the mistake of trying to learn too many different things all at once. Suffice to say, the 'jack of all trades, master of none' approach did not work!
If you're new to coding, there's nothing wrong with testing the waters at first to help you figure out what moves you, but ultimately, you'll have to settle on one or two languages at most. Once you've got them firmly under control, then you can think about moving on.
Tips for a successful programming career 🔥 ➖➖➖➖➖➖
1. Make your choice! 🤔
Decide what you want to do! Working on all sorts of projects is nice, but when you are starting a coding career, it’s better to get specialised in something. This could be a backend language or a frontend framework. But make your choice and do not try to learn everything at once. Becoming a trustworthy fullstack developer is awesome, but it takes time.
2. Start building stuff! 🛠️
Do you want to learn your first programming language? There are many nice websites out there, where you can buy a course for a relatively cheap price. But the learning process shouldn’t stop on the theoretical part! When you are done learning something, please practice it as much as you can! Create repos with them and put them on your GitHub profile!
3. Choose your career path! 🛣️
Freelancer or employee? Freelancing has some nice perks, but you should keep in mind that dealing with clients and implementing solo projects brings a ton of responsibility. In my opinion, when you start a coding career it’s better to start as an employee. Being a member of a development team can bring you plenty of knowledge that you wouldn’t acquire elsewhere and can help you in avoiding mistakes that you would do and you wouldn’t notice on your own.
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What will be the output of this C code ?? 😁👍
Take your time and try to solve it. 🙌
Do comment to provide the output with logic..😁👨💻
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I made my second app today! 😋 You can ask Squiddy the squid 🐙 any possible question and he will answer you truthfully - to the best of his knowledge!
Building the questions was actually pretty cool because I got a lot of practice with the if/else statements, which was definitely needed! 😅
So, what is a question you would want to ask Squiddy?
What is it? 🤔
Electron uses Chromium and NodeJS And is an open source project maintained by Github and a community of contributors. The apps run on the three platforms we all know: Windows, MacOS and Linux.
Apps built with Electron 🙋♂️
You probably do not even know that many apps you use in everyday life are built with Electron? Like Skype (for desktop), Github Desktop, Figma, Wordpress.com, Visual Studio Code, Atom, Slack and even more!
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🕒 Stay tuned for some awesome resources to get started developing in Electron!
Coming from Android, there are a lot of noticeable differences between android development and Ruby on Rails. For starters, mobile development and web development are drastically different. In web development, the entire focus for me has been on HTTP requests, MVC, and HTML forms. In Android, it was a lot of engineering work, such as managing concurrency and multithreading. The biggest change for me was realizing that Ruby on Rails is very convention based. While understanding computer science and engineering fundamentals is helpful, the most important thing is putting in the hard work to learn the conventions. I may be recovering from my surgery but I’m still putting in the effort to learn those conventions. Right now, I’m setting up some RoR routes. Anyone else make a big transition like I did from mobile to web? If so, what big realizations have you made?