Let’s talk about coding.
I typically find myself being asked by others what the best programming language is, or how one can go about initially developing and then honing their skills, in programming. There are no clear cut answer to those questions, but I’m going to allow this post to act as a guide to some newbie-friendly resources and attempt to answer a few common questions that I get to the best of my ability.
When it comes to website or software development, however, one of the most important personal traits to have is the desire to solve problems. Being able to take a problem and solve it in the most efficient manner possible will be something that all programmers need to be able to do, regardless of what they are developing. A lot of the development you will do at the start, you will come to find, will be things to help automate tasks that you’re frequently performing. Being able to problem solve, and troubleshoot, will assist in securing your understanding of programming.
To begin, let’s look at some of the questions I commonly get: