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This app and comunity inspired me to begin with SQL. Now I have completed course here in SQL and are programming SQL queries and altering data bases (test) every day in MS SQL Server. I also learnt basic SAS programming via Internet and program everyday in SAS Studio as well. I am allready able to make data requests, filtering and medium advanced queries and looking forward to learn more about databases. Solo learn made me confident with my self and me believe I would make it, and I made it! I am educated economist and looking forward to career as data analyst!
@Ganesh: This app will put you on the path to greatness ☺ How far you go after learning things here is upto you
i learnt the basics of c++ here.
Well just one month after I started working with Sololearn I signed in a programming class and now I'm the head of the class.So yeah it helped me a lot.
30% sololearn 30% tutorial on internet 20% stackoverflow 20% github
I learnt basics of HTML, CSS and Ruby... Now I am learning Basics of JS
While I didn't learn the basics here first, and instead learned them at University - I can confirm that you're learning essentially the same fundamental steps here on sololearn, just different order in some areas.
yes I have learned and made my small game(errors left to fix) using java. I learned it from SoloLearn...
What is successful ? If you like what you do you are if you are better today than yesterday you are I've created 1 website and manage 3 today, last year I didn't even know HTML http://www.latelierweb.ovh/
This app is nice for the basics, but you will never be good at programming if you don't know efficient data structures and algorithms.
Big dreams, Great Efforts, success in your hands! Haha..!
I have enjoyed using sololearn, but it has left me turning to other sources for better explanation and practice codes. However, without sololearn I would have never realized my passion and would have missed out on the whole experience.
I am a typical example I started learning all my coding here all the way now am fine with it and doing well with the application to my embedded systems work
You can be successful from the knowledge that you learn here, but it depends on what you do with the knowledge. I am learning what it takes to build a website. Once I do, if my site is successful, so am I. I could find a job right now making websites for double or triple what I make now.. And the options only rise the more you know. Having a basic knowledge of 3 to 5 of these languages makes you valuable.
I just started using solo learn. I have previous experience with programing. Over the last 3 years I have taught myself basic v.2 and mos assembly code (machine language) and have been writing games and musical applications for the Commodore Vic-20 (A 36 year old computer.) Solo learn is a great introductory room modern coding. It on it's own will not make you great. It will familiarize you with the languages, teach you the basic keywords, and get you use to the format and layout of the languages. Where you go from there is up to you. If you want to get good at coding you have to practice alot. The more you code the better you'll get. And never be afraid to experiment. Best of luck to you :)
There are lots of other resources to help you on your way as well. Ryan is right, just learning something from one source isn't enough to get a full grasp. Check out an app called Py and also w3schools, as well as youtube and more
This app is a nice base, but you should keep learning to be a professional programmer
It has given me knowledge of the basics and confidence to have a go at programming. Even though a lot of what I have done is pretty pointless from a programmer's point of view, I am impressed with the ability I have gained in just a few weeks on here. Also, the community of users are extremely helpful and have been able to plug gaps and expand on my knowledge. Even though you will not learn programming in full here, it will give you the basics and enough understanding to take your knowmedge to the next level.
Look at it this way: everyone starts somewhere. For those who start with sololearn, it's a start. Sololearn definitely teaches the basics one would need to know if they wanted to make a career upon programming. If you want to be successful, however, it's not the app that makes the difference, but how you apply your knowledge. If you put your mind to it and practice, you can be successful. It all depends on the person.
I have some idea but I don't know nothing about programing languages so I desaid to 🎓 it so good sololearn