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Can i learn programming by myself?

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 15:13:42    Popularity:     

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i want to start with visual basic cause a lots of people start with it but i dont think any of the videos on youtube is helpful for to learn any codding so i just want to discover the visual basic myself and practice do you think it is possible?

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yes. start here:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/...

php, larabel is best

Without some kind of step by step made for beginners, learning programming concepts is pretty hard.
I'll also recommend not to start with Visual Basic, which is an ugly and unwieldy language.

Try Python, which was made with beginners in mind. Here's a free online course: https://www.codecademy.com/learn/learn-p...

(Edit: I also did learn programming by myself, btw. Started when I was 10 with Amiga BASIC)

I learned how to program starting around 8-9 years old. I started on a commodore 64, then learned gwbasic and qbasic soon after that. I got my hands on an MSDN kit a couple years later and learned Visual Basic and started playing around with Visual C++ too. When I started working in IT, I was hired to do desktop support, which required no programming skills. I did take get certified on VB and VB.net as part of my MCSE. Even as a systems engineer I still didn't need to do any programming, but I did have to write a lot of VB scripts to automate administrative tasks.
Knowing how to program has been a great skill and nobody taught me how to do it.

Sure. If you are the kind of a person who will actually do it. And if you are the kind who can learn from just reading, etc and does not need someone to explain things to them.

I have taken classes for some of the things I know about computers. (Have worked in the field for almost 30 years.) Other things I have studied on my own. And others I have just had to figure out when things went wrong or I needed to know.

Generally if you are looking to get job in the IT field, you want to get the proof that you know things. That means either getting a degree or taking the test to get a certification. Most employers will not accept that you just "learned it on your own" without something to rove it.

You can teach yourself programming. Most of the good programmers did (and continue to do it.) But at some point you will also want to get some certification or a degree to prove it.

Yes, you can learn programming by yourself.

Watching videos is an awful way to learn programming.

Get yourself a good book with lots of examples. Then write start writing your own simple programs; and experimenting and improving them.
Learn through doing, not watching.

we can't answer that for you. everyone learns differently, especially by themselves. only way to know is to try. set a schedule. maybe do a couple times a week for an hour, and increase or decrease as necessary. your local public library might have some material you can check out as well. otherwise, shop around for various programs to download from other sites.



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