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Learning to program is about understanding how to translate thoughts into source code that can be executed on computers to achieve one or more goals.

There are many steps in learning how to program, including

  1. setting up a development environment
  2. selecting a programming language, of which Python is just one of many amazing ecosystems that you can decide to use
  3. understanding the syntax and commands for the language
  4. writing code in the language, often using pre-existing code libraries and frameworks
  5. executing the program
  6. debugging errors and testing for unexpected results
  7. deploying an application so it can run for intended users’

How should I learn programming?

There are several schools of thought on how a person should start learning to program. One school of thought is that a lower-level programming language such as Assembly or C are the most appropriate languages to start with because they force new developers to write their own data structures, learn about pointers and generally work their way through the hard problems in computer science.

There’s certainly wisdom in this “low-level first” philosophy because it forces a beginner to gain a strong foundation before moving on to higher level topics such as web and mobile application development. This philosophy is the one most commonly used in university computer science programs.

The atomic units of progress in the “low-level first” method of learning are

  1. aspects of programming language understood (type systems, syntax)
  2. number of data structures coded and able to be used (stacks, queues)
  3. algorithms in a developer’s tool-belt (quick-sort, binary search)

Another school of thought is that new developers should bootstrap themselves through working on projects in whatever programming language interests them enough to keep working through the frustrations that will undoubtedly occur.

In this “project-based” line of thinking, the number of projects completed that expand a programmer’s abilities are the units of progress. Extra value is placed on making the projects open source and working with experienced mentors to learn what he or she can improve on in their programs.


Learning To Program – Part 1: Getting Started 

This first course in Learning To Program will get you started with the fundamentals of programming, like looping and working with source code files. 
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Holla Tech - Learn Programming


Holla Tech - Learn Programming


Holla Tech - Learn Programming


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No matter your experience level, you’ll be writing real, working code in minutes.


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Your code is tested as soon as you submit it, so you always know if you’re on the right track. 


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Web Development

Master the languages of the web: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. This path will prepare you to build basic websites and then build interactive web apps.


Programming and Computer Science

Learn Python fundamentals, one of the hottest and fastest growing programming languages. This is a great introduction to the world of code. 


Data Science

Learn SQL and Python and build the skills you need to analyze data. Great for anyone trying to use code to be more data-driven.

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