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(Sorry for my english, it's not my first or second language:hilarious:)

This is my progress thread on learning to program from absolutely scratch, not even knowing, what i don't know.

A couple of weeks ago, I determined that I wanted to learn to code. The decision was made on getting a firm grip on a "fast lane" skill.

I got the basic (with basic, I really mean the basic) down on how to use command line, html and css and have now moved on to ruby. (I will begin to learn Ruby on Rails, when i'm so what "comfortable" with ruby.)

What I mean with it all ready paying off, even tho I can't program yet, is that i'm all ready seeing amazing opportunities in my current business for programs that will save me a lot of work.

I will start programming on this idea, this weekend and learn as I go. Trail and error baby:thumbsup::shit:

Have a great day.
 

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Congrats man, learning a new skill (no matter what it is) is a great accomplishment. Carry this mindset through life and you will do well. :thumbsup:
 

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Congrats man, learning a new skill (no matter what it is) is a great accomplishment. Carry this mindset through life and you will do well. :thumbsup:

Thanks. I've noticed that you're actually commenting and engaging a lot. - So I just wanted to say I really admire and respect what you and the community here have build. It is truly unik.
 

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(Sorry for my english, it's not my first or second language:hilarious:)

This is my progress thread on learning to program from absolutely scratch, not even knowing, what i don't know.

A couple of weeks ago, I determined that I wanted to learn to code. The decision was made on getting a firm grip on a "fast lane" skill.

I got the basic (with basic, I really mean the basic) down on how to use command line, html and css and have now moved on to ruby. (I will begin to learn Ruby on Rails, when i'm so what "comfortable" with ruby.)

What I mean with it all ready paying off, even tho I can't program yet, is that i'm all ready seeing amazing opportunities in my current business for programs that will save me a lot of work.

I will start programming on this idea, this weekend and learn as I go. Trail and error baby:thumbsup::shit:

Have a great day.
Hey Kasper,

Your English is great. I've wanted to learn how to code for a couple of days now, any tips on how to get started? What resources did you use to get the basics down?
 

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Hey Kasper,

Your English is great. I've wanted to learn how to code for a couple of days now, any tips on how to get started? What resources did you use to get the basics down?

Why overcomplicate things? What language you want to learn? Udemy, google: HTML and CSS tutorial/JavaScript/Java/python and just start to code.
 

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(Sorry for my english, it's not my first or second language:hilarious:)

This is my progress thread on learning to program from absolutely scratch, not even knowing, what i don't know.

A couple of weeks ago, I determined that I wanted to learn to code. The decision was made on getting a firm grip on a "fast lane" skill.

I got the basic (with basic, I really mean the basic) down on how to use command line, html and css and have now moved on to ruby. (I will begin to learn Ruby on Rails, when i'm so what "comfortable" with ruby.)

What I mean with it all ready paying off, even tho I can't program yet, is that i'm all ready seeing amazing opportunities in my current business for programs that will save me a lot of work.

I will start programming on this idea, this weekend and learn as I go. Trail and error baby:thumbsup::shit:

Have a great day.
Hey @KasperJarl
I`ve alot of experience as a developer, if you have questions drop me some in this thread.

Also check this thread: EXECUTION - F*ck it, i'm learning to code

Alot of people wrote in and provided alot of good suggestions.
 

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