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How many times do you coding a week?

Actually, i don't know when must i code some program and i don't know to focus to what program i must to focus, so i hope you can give me suggest

6th Jan 2018, 5:25 PM
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7th Jan 2018, 5:15 PM
Paul Zaino
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about 4 hours everyday
6th Jan 2018, 6:04 PM
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and first program do you learning is?
6th Jan 2018, 6:23 PM
Ibnu Muntzir
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Since I am learning, I try to work on it every day. Even if it's just 20 minutes of coding, and reading something, or listening to pod casts. Trying to expose myself as much as possible, and keep it fresh in my mind.
6th Jan 2018, 5:37 PM
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so, what is the first programming language you try?
6th Jan 2018, 5:38 PM
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The short answer is that I am trying to learn Python right now. The long answer... I had some exposure as a kid to programming in Basic, a loooong time ago. When I went to college, I took a C++ class, but I barely remember anything from that one class. Also while in college, I used MatLab a lot. I haven't touched MatLab since then (12 years now) but I think it would come back to me fast. I started about 2 years ago self learning VBA in Excel. This was for work, to automate spreadsheet tasks that would take a very long time to perform manually. That kind of got my desire back up to learn programming. So, I started out with freecodecamp.org. I completed a good bit of the HTML, CSS, JS portion of the beginning. While doing that, I decided to switch gears and learn Python instead. Python will help me at work with being able to use it for data analysis.
6th Jan 2018, 5:45 PM
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That's amazing but actually, how can you know all of that i have to learn about visual basic, html, php, javascript and css but now, i already forget that so, why you can know all of the programming language that you have done to learn?
6th Jan 2018, 5:48 PM
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Well, I have not mastered any of them. Right now I think VBA is my best one because I have used it more in the past two years. I think it is best to focus on one language to learn. When you get to a certain understanding of how to structure things, that same thinking will apply to the other languages. Syntax is easy to look up if you forget. The important part is knowing how to think through the program.
7th Jan 2018, 1:50 PM
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Can you give me some website where i can study about VBA in Excel?
7th Jan 2018, 2:01 PM
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Thanks for your suggestion
27th Nov 2018, 6:34 AM
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