Short and Sweet: Basic Programming Concepts in 2 Hours
MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | 47 kbps | 44 KHz | Duration: 2 Hours | 372 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Learn the basic structure that underlies almost ALL programming languages. No coding background required + full support
Have you ever tried to learn programming, or thought about learning programming? Are you a non-technical co-founder wanting better understanding of what your technical co-founder does, or a parent or teacher wanting to help your child or students maximize their own learning?
First understand the basic concepts that you need to build almost anything in code.
Build a strong foundation that will make it easier to learn any programming language in the future.
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Programming languages are extremely powerful tools, unlocking your ability to create new innovations, launch independent side projects or start a new career. They come with a steep learning curve, but this course provides an on-ramp by explaining programming concepts in real-life language. All of these concepts are things you already use in real life all the time.
In less than 2 hours, this "Short & Sweet" course covers the essential ideas you need to move forward, without a lot of filler. At the end of the course, you'll be able to learn any programming language more easily, understand the basic concepts required to build almost anything, and be able to explain programming concepts in plain English.
Content and Overview
This course is suitable for you if:
You're brand-new to programming and want to take additional courses or tackle a bootcamp in the future.
You've tried to learn programming before and failed.
You're struggling in your intro CS classes.
You're a non-technical co-founder wanting a better understanding of what your technical co-founder does.
You're a parent or teacher who wants to use ideas from the course to help your child or students learn programming.
Note that if your primary goal is to learn HTML or CSS, you don't need this course because those are mark-up languages, not programming languages.