You've completed the course. What's next? Annyce shares some ideas to help you keep going on your coding journey.
- We're done, congratulations. You now know the fundamentals of programming. You've learned how programs are created using programming languages. You've been able to write source code and run it from your own computer. And you have a foundational understanding of the Python programming language. I hope you feel inspired to keep learning more. At this point the best thing you can do is start practicing. Don't feel that you have to learn everything there is about a specific language or tool before you can get your hands dirty. I could watch every video there is about Salsa dancing, but I won't get any better until I get up and start moving. It's the same for you and learning how to program, you need to practice coding on a consistent basis to get better, and to feel more confident. Here are a few ideas to help you get started. Search online for a local meetup group that caters to new programmers. Participate in an online community focused on your chosen language. Create some programs that use the skills you've learned so far. Check out the exercise files for a few ideas. Also, be sure to check out the other courses in the Programming Foundation series. This will give you a well-rounded view of what's involved in developing software. I really enjoyed putting this course together for you, and I wish you much success on your coding journey.
- Writing source code
- Basic statements and expressions
- Working with numbers and strings
- Writing conditional code
- Increasing your efficiency with functions
- Working with comments
- Making decisions in code
- Troubleshooting errors
- Learning about other languages
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Programming Basics
2. Programming Syntax
3. Variables and Data Types
4. Conditional Code
5. Modular Code
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