7 Best way of learning programming languages for beginners guide & For Job interview | SCODE Solution Codes

7 Best way of learning programming languages for beginners guide & For Job interview | SCODE Solution Codes

There are so many ways to learn code. you can learn from your school or college and also you can learn coding through the best courses, which are available on online learning platforms. According to my suggestion, the best way to learn to code is by creating a project. it all depends on you, that you are a self-learner or you depend on learning through someone's guidelines or instructions.

Let's look at the way, which helps you in your coding journey. If you are a self-learner then you should follow these steps, I am also a self-learner and this tip and trick worked for me. if using these steps, I have done my learning phase, you definitely can.

1. when you start learning code or at the beginning phase of your learning code, you should only focus on fundamentals of programming, like how "if...else..." conditions work, how "for loop" work, and all basic of programming language. once you complete the fundamental or basic data structure of programming, then you can move on to algorithms or advance data structures like a tree, BST., or advanced algorithms like hash, graph algorithms.

2. Start programming on compititve site, like HackerRank, TopCoder, CodeChef...
Solve at least 1 or 2 programming challenges in a day.


3. Write code on a piece of paper or whiteboard. if you write code by hand, then it will sharpen your proficiency in coding, it will boost up your confidence in programming, you can improve your error or bug finding and solving skills.

4. once complete all fundamental of your selected language, then its time to jump on implementation or like some actual coding. and for this, you have to take one project title and its detailed description, you can take 2 to 3 projects in its difficult order.

for example, first, you can select a very simple and small project-like task management system.
then you can increase project difficulty.

An optional step at the beginning level: start coding on this project by taking these steps (called software life-cycle):

- collect all information about your product or project (first step of Software Development Life Cycle: requirement analysis)

- check or define the requirement

- start the design of your project architecture

- development or start coding of the project

- Testing

- and Deployment

although these steps are options at your beginning level, it's important when you work on a real-world project.


NOTE: first, select only one language and it should be easy to learn, and master this language. so, select python language, because it's Easy to Learn and Use and Easy Read Programming Language.

5. take at least two to three hours daily for programming. write down your mistakes and try to learn from your mistakes.

6. Share your learning process and completed the project on your social media profile, like LinkedIn.

7. find some free resources or tutorials for reference, but don't just depend on sample code or tutorials, create some new features in the project using your acquired knowledge.

In these ways, in the end, you have a resume including 2 or 3 real-world projects of your selected language. and also you have a Competitive platform's programming score or points. so, I will help you to get jobs.

if you are not a self-learner, then you have two ways to learn programming, free courses or paid courses. you can search for so many courses on youtube or free learning platforms. as well as Udemy, Coursera, great learning provides you with so many paid courses. so, enroll in the best course of your selected language, and create projects. it will really be helpful to you in getting the job.

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