In order to help jumpstart my career path in the tech industry, I’ve decided I’m going to spend an hour every morning practicing different coding languages.

Starting out,I have a pretty firm grasp on:

A very basic understanding of:

To start, I’ll probably spend time practicing these 4 and maybe in addition:

I’m wondering if there is any advice anyone could offer a budding coder.



Maybe you can give us a little more direction what kind of stuff you want to learn / you would like to do in the future?

Some ideas:
- When I shortly taught a Python for beginners course, we let students use Thonny:

It's useful if you want to work with basic Python, and don't want too much options / distractions.

- If you are interested in specifically data analysis with Python, it might be very handy to learn how to work with Jupyter Notebook.

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