You’ve probably heard that you can’t teach yourself computer programming. But that’s not true! You just need the right resources. In this blog post, we will discuss 7 resources that will help you learn computer programming on your own. With these tools, you will be able to create your own websites, mobile apps, and more!
This post is by no means exhaustive. There are many other resources out there for learning computer programming. If you have any suggestions of your own, please add them in the comments below!
Online courses: Coursera, Udemy and Edx offer free online courses that teach a variety of programming languages and topics related to programming.
Tutorials: Codecademy, Team Treehouse and Lynda offer online tutorials that teach you how to program in a variety of languages.
Books: If you prefer learning from books, there are many great titles available on computer programming. Check out Amazon or your local library for recommendations.
Communities: The following online communities are great places to ask questions and get help when you’re stuck: Stack Overflow, Reddit Programming Subreddit, Code Review SE.
Blogs: There are many great blogs out there that cover all aspects of programming. Here are just some of my favorites: Smashing Magazine, A List Apart and DailyJS.
Videos: YouTube has a wealth of videos on computer programming topics ranging from beginner level to advanced material for programmers who want to brush up on their skills.
Podcasts: There are many great podcasts that discuss all aspects of programming, including in-depth interviews with leading software developers and entrepreneurs. Some examples include CodeNewbie, Developer Tea and Software Engineering Daily.”
Newsletters: There are many great newsletters out there that discuss programming topics and help you stay up to date on the latest developments in this fast-paced industry. Some examples include The Weekly Review, Developer Spotlight and Smashing Magazine’s weekly newsletter.
So, don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t teach yourself computer programming. With the right resources, you can become a coding superstar! And who knows, maybe one day you will be the one writing the blog posts on how to learn computer programming. 🙂
Sandra finished a course about Information Technology. She now currently works at a database manager. She lives with her dog, Ginger.