Hi! Thanks for stopping by. After a previous post received 106 comments and generated thousands of views and reactions, it made sense to write about the other side of the coin: skills colleges never teach programmers. Let us take a look at a few, shall we?
There is no doubt college has become the industry requirement for getting a job – however, does it really teach you everything you need for the real world? It seems the obvious answer is an astounding NO!
Deciding which programming language to learn as a beginner can be tricky and this topic is subject to endless debate. There are countless opinions online that tend to leave people confused instead of decided. So how do you really decide? What do you base your choice on? Let us see what I think.
There are thousands of programming languages in use today. Most of them are however not as popular as others. It is easier to be confused if you don’t have the right advice. At some point though, you will need to pick one language to start your programming journey.
So you want to turn your home into some kind of ‘cool’ high-tech place where everyone wants to be right? I want to one day do that too!
Today I am going to share with you several ideas that could help you achieve your dream. Be warned: Some of the concepts listed here may require professional skills – so don’t burn your house down trying to go high-tech. While I try to describe what they are, you can always find more details online.