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No it is not enough. Sololearn provides you a beginner friendly content. You still need to learn new things from other websites or tutorials and practice those to sharpen your skills by solving problems on any coding challenges sites like Hackerrank, Codechef, SPOJ, etc. Sololearn may not provide you with everything. There are many things you need to understand and learn by yourself.
Other sites : https://freecodecamp.org/ https://www.codecademy.com/ https://udacity.com/ https://www.udemy.com/ https://www.pluralsight.com/codeschool https://coderdojo.com/ https://teamtreehouse.com/
Please use search bar you will get similar questions https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/1567871/?ref=app This question is already answered well still I want to add some points : 1) You can use any app or website you will get lots of resources for learning. 2) The best part of SoloLearn is community all members are talented and they have more experience they will share knowledge and will help you to learn more, it can help you to understand complicated things easily. 3) Through other members codes you can learn new things. 4) SoloLearn is good platform to show your skills also it will give you confidence to make new, creative things. 5) If you use SoloLearn in good way it will make you personally and professionally better person.
Hi, SoloLearn teachs basics, you can learn although in web pages and Youtube Videos
Don't get frustrated this too early!!
Sololearn provides a foundation its up to you to decide what to do with it.
With solo learn we can discuss your problems and challenge ourselves to see how much we need more practice to x excel our coding skills and this platform is for learning basics and tutorial only
Great question for beginners , No it is not enough , it is a great starting point for just about anyone who wants to start to learn code , but eventually you would need to level up your skills by working on projects , attending online tutorials / guides if you want to be a professional developer.. You can get free courses at : Udacity.com Udemy.com [some great discounts] Coding challenges: HackerEarth.com Hackerrank.com SPOJ [GOOGLE IT, REALLY TOUGH BUT IT WILL MAKE YOU A GREAT PROGRAMMER] Euler Project for various coding challenges Medium.com posts [found some interesting reads] Code doubts : Stack Overflow
It's extremely nice to have the code playground in my pocket. The comments have been extremely valuable as well as the lessons. I'm getting the feeling best bet will be a range of sources Sololearn is one of my favorite sources so far. Have access to it more.
Only enough at the start.
No there's already a lot of great responses here where you can learn.
No sololearn is not enough for some advanced reasons, But sololearn can be seen as a good start for a beginner, You can also try all this tutorials https://www.w3schools.com/ https://www.tutorialspoint.com/index.htm https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/ https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/ So many of them, all depends on what you want to specialize on, App development or website development, Note: every programming language has it's own official website, where you can see everything about it, even though they usually don't break things down to beginners understanding most of the time...
While Sololearn does give you a good headstart with topic coverage and community activities, I'm afraid its not enough just to stick to it. For more content coverage in a most concise manner - I suggest do look stuff up on w3schools, tutorialspoint, and javatpoint. However, to be a good programmer, you also must know how to think! Problem solving is a crucial part of the process and this is facilitated by coding exercises on platforms like hackerrank, hackerearth, codechef and others. They are all of more or less similar caliber so don't be afraid to start out with any one of them. Ultimately, your mindset should be locked on two things: Consistent practice Resilience and patience (for when you get stuck on a problem) That brings me to the programmer's heaven -- Stackoverflow. Never forget this amazing platform in particular. So many platforms and sources may sound overwhelming but the fact is its all part of the journey and remember you are not alone! Happy coding! :)
No because sololearn is just for laying out the basics of programming. If you are serious about coding, I recommend websites like geeksforgeeks and w3schools. You should also practice by making your own projects.
learning from one source don't seem enough
Sololearn is not enough for learning. You can look for other sites to learn such as these ones to learn more ; https://www.freecodecamp.org/ https://www.coursera.org/ https://www.edx.org/ https://udacity.com/ You can check out https://www.hackerrank.com/ to test out you skills.
It's what others are saying, plus I use it as a refresher to review some things. It's good to keep around, in case you to check or refer to something.
Ohh, and codewars.com gives you mini challenges to keep your skills sharp.
I think you will get the basic knowledge but with these knowledge you can work on small projects. If you still want to learn more there are many websites, YouTube channels etc. to learn
Im still learning from solo learn