re: 25 Tips for New Developers: Advice from a (Mostly) Self-Taught Software Engineer VIEW POST


26 - if you are not native English, take English courses up to at least intermediate level, with the majority of good resources being English and instructions, functions, conditions and others in English

Before kissing Javascript, I surfed a lot between several programming languages.
I would recommend Ruby for beginners.the syntax is like a conversation with your PC for real.
And eventually Javascript.


I'm not native English. This discussion is the best course for my self teaching. Not empty phrases only, but talking about some problems.


+1 for Ruby, if only just to try. It might really stick with you.

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