Discussion in 'Web Design & Programming' started by allisonsmith, Sep 23, 2013.
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Computer Programming is a subject that people are generally afraid of, the idea of typing in codes line after line sounds both boring and confusing, but the ability to create software is really fun and will give you a whole new view on how websites work.
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As a person who hasn't really done much in this area, let me offer this.
Start off with coding HTML & CSS (content style sheets) first. From those with greater experience than I, writing HTML offers a good base to build from. You format the text (which is how I wrote reviews here years back) and have a set structure. An article I read, and have forgotten the link to, made the idea of programming less intimidating as the author seemed to indicate that the concepts from HTML carried over to actual programming languages. After that, the recommendation was grab a programming language and go to it, with a suggestion of using Python.
Outside of HTML, I had a brief introduction to BASIC in college.
Good sharing, i think this is really useful for the beginners, great source of learning programming.
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