FourFourFourTwo: Learning To Code – What are the skills you need to know to get started?
Here’s what you need.
Read moreWhat you need?
What you can learn?
Here’s what we know so far:1.
You need to be able to write code (it’s how you do it).
If you can write, write, and test, you’re good to go.2.
You’ll have a lot of fun learning.
You’re probably going to want to work on things that interest you, and that means working on things you enjoy doing.3.
You won’t have any excuses.
You know that you’ll have to write a lot more code, but that’s okay.4.
You can do pretty much anything you want to do.
The only things you can’t do are work on the same project twice.5.
You are good at coding.
You should be able, by the end of this, to code all the things you want in the world.6.
You will probably want to go into more education.
For some, that might mean taking a technical or design course.
For others, it might mean going into a trade school, or attending a coding bootcamp.
You can’t afford to wait.
There are a lot fewer places to learn to code than you might think, so go get started now!
Here’s how to get set:1) You can sign up to get a free trial.
This gives you a free hour to learn the basics.
You have 30 days to complete the course and get the code.2) You need a computer, a computer with a keyboard and mouse, and an internet connection.
If you want, you can use an iPad to help you, but it will be expensive.
It’ll also require you to spend some money on a trial subscription, which could take months.3) You’ll need to get some coding experience.
This might mean a coding challenge.
You might also want to learn how to code on a web-based project or app.4) You will need to do a project to get to the point.
The more the merrier.5) You might need some professional help.
A mentor, or an instructor.
We’ve all been there.
There’s no shame in getting a professional help in.6) You should pay attention to the schedule.
Some deadlines can be a little tricky.
The deadline for the first lesson is January 1.
The next deadline is January 6.
So make sure you read through the deadlines carefully.7) If you have any questions, send an email to [email protected]
This helps us to keep you up-to-date with all things FourFour.8) You don’t need to take the course at the start of the year.
You don, but you can.