Are you interested in programming, but don't know where to begin? If so, this course is your starting point. 'How to become a programmer' is a practical guide that teaches anyone what they need to know in order to become a successful programmer.
"How to become a programmer" was created with the complete beginner in mind. We were new to programming at one point in our lives too, and we remember how frustrated and confused we were when we first started. This course assumes that you have zero knowledge about programming, and we take the “complex" parts and break them down into smaller chunks that make it easier to absorb.
You already know that knowing how to code is increasingly becoming an important skill to have. But what often isn't clear is what the steps are to becoming a professional developer.
It isn't enough to tell someone “Just pick a programming language" or “Just build an app". Beginners need more solid guidance, and this course is your starting point and roadmap.
This is the first course to take a detailed, insightful behind-the-scenes look at the tech world, and shows how you can join thousands of other people who are ditching their stressful, low paying jobs for well paid programming positions.
This course assumes that you have zero knowledge about programming, and we take the “complex" parts and break them down into smaller chunks that make it easier to digest.
The first half of the course discusses topics that lay the groundwork for being a good programmer. We will dive into topics like “What is programming?" and “Which programming language should I learn first?"
Web development is a field that is constantly needing programmers. You will be able to take the skills you gain from this course and immediately apply it to the real world.
In addition, you will also be learning:
There are endless books, videos, and online tutorials about programming. But none of them actually tell you where you should start.
This course will guide you in writing your first line of code. You will see how simple it is, and that all it takes is a willingness to work hard.
By the end of this course, you will have a strong understanding on how to develop websites. You will understand how code translates into the beautiful web pages that you see every day.
You will gain skills and knowledge that employers are looking for. You will be able to comfortably explain and understand technical concepts with other developers and hiring managers.
Here's the good news is this: it's never too late to start, and programming doesn't have to be difficult. In fact, it can be a fun and creative way to express your ideas, and building apps is one of the most powerful ways to reach a broad audience around the world.
At Coder Vox, we have a lot of experience teaching all types of people how to become proficient programmers. While everyone has different learning styles, we know there's one thing that every student can't get enough: tutorials that are clear, precise, and don't assume that you have any prior knowledge of the subject. This our goal, and we believe that with this course, you will come out with a very strong understanding of the foundations of programming.