What are the errors and challenges they will pass through... And where they should visit to learn more and watch tutorials.. brief them about your history on how you started your programming from button to top🥰☺️
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I wrote an article that had many points related to this, posted here
The main points are:
don't go to tutorial hell
ignore the newest framework or whatever ( hyped up stuff + buzzwords)
it's almost always better to start from scratch
don't learn something because it's trendy
stars or followers or whatever DONT MATTER
if you'd like to make games , then learning react ain't gonna help you ( I've seen a lot of people do things like this)
remember to have fun!
Well stated 😌💪🙌
Learn one thing at a time, don't try to learn too much at once. :)
That's the problem with a lot of people
have fun... just have fun 😁😂 I am 13 myself
Keep on learning.
Don't get stuck watching to many tutorials (known as tutorial hell I think), they're usefull but start working on your own, you will learn more that way. You learn more from your mistakes than you succeses (this is true in this industry)
Learn how to read docs and ask good questions, and don't be afraid to ask for help.
Don't believe everyone on twitter, hype is a thing, don't get caught by it. Learn the basics first, then advance to learning frameworks or more complex topics. People will tell you you must learn the new super cool ultra invincible framework, don't belive them it's usually just BS. Adopt frameworks and tools that have been used for a while and have a big community behind.
The most important thing I would recommend, is that it's imposible to know everything, you just need to know that it can be done, then when you need it you can research and make use of it.