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Is Learning To Code Hard ?

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Is learning to code hard?

The answer would be yes,  its very hard, many people are willing to learn coding but the problem is they don’t know from where they need to start and they need to start coding.

The real problem is people think that coding is going to be hard to learn. Well what we are willing to say is, if your willing to learn coding then you need to choose any one of the basic coding languages and Google coding tutorials on that particular language.

If you practice regularly then its going to be really easy and interesting with lots of fun! Here is a short video for inspiration.

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Ste November 11, 2015 - 11:42 pm

Where to start? HTML?

Rex November 11, 2015 - 10:57 pm

I’ve been learning and practicing it maybe a few months since I had a programming class and thought about that It was easy, but when I get into real programming world, I think that class is more stressful rather than my maths subject. And in end of the semester when I saw my grade, I was lowest that I got, I love programming but learning it by yourself, I think that’s not gonna work.

Mike August 7, 2015 - 3:52 am

Coding takes a dedicated investment of time, perhaps just finding the right environment (quiet and no interruptions) would make it significantly easier to focus. Being able to focus your full attention on what you’re doing seems to be a common sense way to decrease the learning curve.

Tsukuru June 11, 2015 - 9:44 am

Hi, thanks for the post.
I have to agree – learning to code is not easy and lapses in motivation seem to be the major killer. But you did mention one helpful aspect, which are the fantastic pages from where people can get started. This step is an easy one and we ought to be thankful to the providers of the coding lessons on all these pages: http://www.shorelabs.com/blog/2015/06/11/the-best-of-free-online-web-development-courses/. After this, the question of whether one learns to code or not will be very much up to the trier ;)) But good luck, honestly!

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