Prepare to learn the fundamental concepts, practices, and terminology of programming in this introductory course.
- Now more than ever, you hear about the importance of STEM education and the need for qualified computer programmers. Maybe you even know someone who's started learning to code. Or perhaps you've heard about how programming can be a rewarding, lucrative career. Whatever the reason, this course is designed for you, someone who's curious to pull back the curtains and explore the world of computer programming. I'll walk you through your first line of code, explain the core concepts needed to write useful programs, and take a peek at several programming languages along the way. I'm Annyce Davis, and I've worked in the software industry for over a decade, and programming is one of my favorite things to do. I also love to share what I know with others, so I'm really excited to help you master the fundamentals of programming here, on LinkedIn Learning.
- 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
Programming Foundations: Fuzzy Logicwith Erin Colvin41m 50s Intermediate
Programming Foundations: Algorithmswith Joe Marini1h 45m Beginner
Programming Foundations: Design Patternswith Elisabeth Robson1h 44m Intermediate
1. Programming Basics
2. Programming Syntax
3. Variables and Data Types
4. Conditional Code
5. Modular Code
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