When you're teaching yourself to code, the biggest programming "hump" you'll face will almost certainly be the first. Here are some tips to help you get over it.
Getting into the habit of commenting your code early can save you a lot of headaches further down the line, especially once you start working on larger projects—here's how and why to do it.
You've learned the basics. Now it's time for you to start your first project. It's an arduous process, so here are some tips to help smooth it out!
You've done your research. Now it's time to stop procrastinating. Set aside some time and actually start programming.
Before I started to learn programming on Khan Academy at the age of twelve, I thought I needed to go to college or university to create software. I was wrong.
Choosing your first programming language can be a daunting task. The good news is that it may not be as important as you think!
I've seen a lot of videos and articles of people saying that everyone should learn to code. I don't fully agree, and here's why.
Today I've compiled a list of the websites I used—and continue to use most often to find help in my programming endeavors.
Should you teach yourself to code? Here are six questions for you to ask yourself before you decide to dive deeper into the journey of self-taught programming.