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Computer coding/programming.

It’s all cumulative- don’t try to skip ahead before mastering the previous step.

Any time you don’t get something, find a tutorial on youtube/google that explains it better

DISCLAIMER: I make it sound easier than it is. Learning to program will take you more than a
month. However, seeing as you are coming from an economics background, I believe this may
come easier to you, assuming you are more of a left-brain type.

Udemy and Udacity are highly recommended- especially for beginners. You get verification that you
finished them.

Intro to Computer Science recommended to get an overall picture.

Recommended as important- Intro to algorithms

Propositional Logic Recommended

Then learn a language like Java- Java is one of the most in-demand programming
languages. It’s classified as an object-oriented programming language and it’s used to
make desktop, web, and mobile applications.

If you prefer learning from a book, I recommend the following: Head First Java.

If you’re looking for a video tutorial, I recommend watching videos #1–19, 31–33, 88,
and 93 in the Java YouTube tutorial by Derek Banas: Java Video Tutorial.

Focus of Freecodecamp is web related stuff. how to make websites, data visualization, and that
kind of stuff then it is very useful and helps a lot.

http://www.100daysofcode.com/

There are many online platforms, such as Upwork and Freelancer, that offer
freelance work for programmers.
Problems
This field is not a get-out-of-debt-free card. You have to take the time to build
your understanding of the field. You have to become comfortable with the fact
that you are a problem-solver and not simply a “fill-in-framework-here”
developer. You also must get used to the idea that at any moment you might
need to learn a new framework or language, and that you will have to fight for a
job if you don’t have formalized credentials.
Stack Overflow is a website where programmers can get free help
with their code. If you get stuck and want to ask a question, search
for it first.
Twitter- @jjprevite (the guy with 4 languages and the traveler to 11 countries
Podcasts

 Learn to Code With Me

 CodeNewbie

 SyntaxFM (this one’s a little bit more advanced but will help you get past the beginner phase)

Facebook: Newbie Coder Warehouse, CodeNewbie, and freeCodeCamp

Recommended Course by the 4 language guy

The Web Developer Bootcamp by Colt Steele. If you’re looking for a great starting point, I
recommend that course. It teaches you HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Bootstrap, jQuery, Node.js,
Express.js, and MongoDB in a short period of time.

Goal: 100 dollars an hour.

Sites to learn coding for free:

MIT OpenCourseWare: what I’m doing now

Khan Academy