One of the common and basic questions among students or someone who wants to learn code is "How can I learn to code fast and make a career as a programmer"

Here is the answer!

  1. Fundamentals

    Make your fundamentals clear, a common mistake that most students and beginners commit while learning to program is skipping fundamentals and directly jumping into right away.

  2. Learn By Doing, Practicing and Not Just Reading

    It's easy to read about the loops, variables, and getting all the things in your head but actual programming doesn't work like this. That's why there's a famous quote: “Talk is cheap. Show me the code.” ― Linus Torvald

  3. Code By Hand

    Who writes code on pen and paper? Well, when you will apply for jobs in programming, most of the time the technical assessment will include code by hand. Coding by hand can give you a clear understanding of syntax and algorithms, you make a deeper connection in your brain.

  4. Share, Teach, Discuss and Ask for Help

    Teaching to someone, sharing your knowledge, doing discussions with other programmers will make you a better programmer quickly. You can also participate in open-source projects, discuss your code with your co-programmers or contribute on GitHub.

  5. Use Online Resources

    FreeCodeCamp, GeekforGeeks, Udemy, Coursera, Udacity, and plenty of resources available for guidance and to learn to program. Also, make a habit of reading programming related blogs, and taking help from Stack Overflow.

  6. Take breaks

    If you want to learn programming it’s not good to sit in front of a computer for hours and hours and try to grasp everything in one go. You will be exhausted by doing this so it’s better to learn coding in chunks.

  7. Learn to Use Debugger

    You will find a lot of errors in your code at the beginning so it’s good to use debuggers to find out errors, impacts on your result and check where you have made the mistake.


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