TIPS AND TRICKS TO LEARN A PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE EASILY

Hey, so you are ready to learn a programming language. Find out how you can learn a programming language easily.

Many find learning a programming language difficult and are giving up even before starting their journey of coding. Come on! Nothing comes easy in this world. Every software engineer learns to code before e becomes one. Learning a programming language is not like you think. Nowadays, ads are showing demand for a small child who created an app by learning to code. So, why can’t you? Your learning process needs to be clear and straight.

Coder
Coder

1.First things first

                         Learn the fundamentals proper and clearly. Don’t skip the introduction part, even if you have prior knowledge about it. Learning through youtube videos and online courses are the best options. If you want to learn through text, then check out ‘w3schools.com’. Take a side by side notes while watching videos by hand or using ‘slid for browser.’

It's all about fundamentals
It’s all about fundamentals

2.Learn by doing

                          Try out the codes you’ve learned in the online compilers. Practice more coding exercises in online platforms like GeekforGeeks, HackerRank, etc. Try to solve problems in your courses by yourself is the best way to get more knowledge about the use of your code.

3.Ask for help

                       When you have no idea to solve your problem statement, see the hints, comments, or ask for help. Don’t just copy-paste their code. Try to understand the logic behind their code and try it yourself. Don’t blindly code without understanding.

4.Take breaks

        If you’re stuck with your code for a long time and couldn’t able to find the rabbit hole in your program, then take a short break. Having a short break while debugging your code can help you efficiently.

Take a break.
Take a break

Never give up! Stick to one programming language, which is your cup of tea. The top five easiest programming languages to learn for beginners are HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Python, and Ruby.