Fundamentals of HTML/CSS/Python

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Hi all, just startef taking classes for HTML/Javascript/Python. Are there any advantages just knowing the basics?
 

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Welcome,
So, knowledge is never bad but do you have any use of the same or are you planing to do a job or start a business were such knowledge would be helpful, you only know.....
 

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Knowing basics is like building a house on strong supports. It's good and stable in the long run, so yeah it's worth it, I'd say.
 

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Welcome,
So, knowledge is never bad but do you have any use of the same or are you planing to do a job or start a business were such knowledge would be helpful, you only know.....
Thanks for the quick response, appreciate it!
 

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Knowing basics is like building a house on strong supports. It's good and stable in the long run, so yeah it's worth it, I'd say.
Thanks for the quick response, appreciate it!
 

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Planning to get into HTML/CSS/JavaScript myself because most of the jobs in my country pay well if you know these.

i would love it if any of bhw users would give some recommendations or suggestions on how to start, where to learn, etc
 

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Planning to get into HTML/CSS/JavaScript myself because most of the jobs in my country pay well if you know these.

i would love it if any of bhw users would give some recommendations or suggestions on how to start, where to learn, etc
Build a project beyond a "about me" website. You'll be glad to be stuck for hours at a time, looking up and trying things from StackOverflow! lol You'll learn a great many skills beyond an average front-end developer.
 

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Today starting in programming is easy, because the information is widely available, however; there are some pros and cons. For instance, if you go with free content you may 1) get old information as tech is constantly evolving 2) you may not be motivated enough to keep at it. I recommend going with paid content such as udemy and alike (just use top teachers on any learning platform), or choose one that suits you the best.

Learning-wise: the basics are basic and always will be, there are some good youtube channels such as freeCodeCamp (my favorite), that can teach you some concepts and start you out with beginner projects.

The most important thing is to never stop programming tho - don't fall into a neverending trap of endless videos watching!

Also, you don't need to memorize every single function, framework, or dependency used in the video when learning, you can always Google the solution when you start coding! It is more important to understand what and why is specific code is written than to blatantly memorize things.


I'm sure there are a lot more bits of advice, but I'm quite tired and hope this helps.
 
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There are TOO many resources these days.
You don't know what's a good resource to trust (not that they're fake, or provide incorrect info, but who will lead you to the path for what's needed in 2022).
 

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I have found w3 school to always be the best place to learn the basics of all languages I have tried. They give you an overview of things like arrays, cycles, methods etc and have even tests.
 

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Well, you can use basics to create/edit some stuff on-the-go otherwise I don't think there's any use tbh.
 
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