I've decided to start learning how to code.
From an outsider's POV, the programming world looks like magic. The developers seem like they have this superpower to command most of the things that we interact with today in our modern world.
These coders, infiltrate our daily lives and we don't even realize it. They're in our phones, our TV, our car. They're in our home, they're in our community. The applications being developed are running our modern world and that seemed so fascinating to me.
There is a huge collection of knowledge in the coding world that I want to take a peek into. They have their languages that they speak and I want to understand them.
How am I going to learn how to code?
There are no shortage of courses, bootcamps, tutorials and other free learning resources online that will teach me how to code. But I have decided to use 2 resources, the full step-by-step guide by Andrei Neagoie and The Odin Project.
However, as a soft launch into this long, arduous, journey, I'll go along the 21-day Coding Adventure by Cindy Lin. I'll treat is as a primer for the more serious stuff ahead.
What should you expect?
Well, I'm determined to document my coding journey as much as possible. And I want to take my learning in public, as well, hence, this blog where I'll write reviews, my thoughts, and maybe short info shares of the problems I encounter along the way.
That's it for now! Wish me luck as I go down this rabbit hole!