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I agree with saor on this. Many people pay thousands of rands on a course and halfway through they find that it's not for them and now they sit with the debt and never finish the course. Starting online with a free course is ideal as it will be a good indicator whether you really enjoy programming and you would like to continue, with the added advantage of knowing the basics.If you've got no coding experience I'd really suggest starting with these in your free time:
You won't get a certificate, but you'll get your feet wet and learn some valuable basics.
When you do start a recognised local / online course you'll be ahead of the pack and able to digest the lessons more easily .
I've rarely seen C++ jobs going. It's a fun language to learn only because it allows you access to learn lower level coding practices but it also takes a ton of time to learn the language well. To be honest pick one language first and stick with it for a year at least. Python, Java and C# are reasonable to start with.does anyone know the best that can provide Courses for Visual C++ and java programming and website development.
Start with python and one of the many beginner tutorials on YouTube - you'll find out pretty quick if it is something worth your time
Don't you dare pay anyone anything for it
That's definitely not a short course at 2 years.Wethinkcode
The feeling I get is that you'll basically just know languages etc. without understanding much theory about anything.by teaching game design, app design, cloud computing, cryptography, artificial intelligence, web design, malware and more.