Is sololearn enough to get a job ?
Here is a tip. Take a course in this app. Then when you learn a concept practice it. Then If you get confused. Google search the specific concept. If you are still stuck. Then come here and ask for a little assistance.
SoloLearn is a great app for gaining programming skills and building a base understanding. However, nobody will hire someone from just a SoloLearn certificate. There isn't a single app out there that can, you'll get a job from either a bachelor's degree in the field or a lot of experience building apps (try freelancing for a little while!)
are you familiar with the directions in programming? who do you want to be?
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Never, you can learn some basic and do some small projects on sololearn but if you want to do it professionally, you have to shift to IDEs like vs code, eclipse, vim etc..
I advice to also engage/participate in Other sources because I believe you can't be a better programmer using one source to learn, but honestly i was never gonna be where I am today if it wasn't for Sololearn, this is one of the best place to learn coding.
Sololearn isn't enough there you might want to geek harder 😂😂😂
This app is good, u have alot things, i just started work as full stack, on bootcamp i had alot of courses, and in courses i didnt had much things like here, but true, here is just start of learning, start watching tim coray on yt, and etc, start making ur own projecta, make portfolio, and then u can get job.
Ayato Sakamaki first learn basics from here. Do a few projects following instructions on YouTube or google. Then try greeksforgeeks.org You can also try to work on small projects on fiverr or upwork. Build a profile mentioning all your practice projects & projects done for a few clients. Then you will easyly land a job. Skill is key!
Bright Baidoo please, create new question in general part of Q&A, not here
I'm pretty sure that no solo learn certificate is enough to get an job, but there is a catch ... Learning from solo learn and then using that knowledge to freelance might get you into a great university for a degree!
I can say that if I were hiring programmers and this was a candidate's only background, I would pass. Sololearn seems to be great at providing an overview of the syntax of a language but being a decent programmer is more about being familiar with various programming *patterns* and the pros and cons of each. And that comes best through experience. If you're at a loss what to do, try Project Euler, HackerRank or CodeWars and do the drills there for a while.
Ok And can u tell me good websites or youtubers for learning?
I want to become backend developer
And can I use c++ in backend?