If you knew me, you would know that I spent some of my time over at Quora and answer questions. I wish I could do the same over at StackOverflow, but hey, I like answering simpler stuff. But the most question I get asked over at Quora was “How do you learn to program or code?” or “Where do you start to learn to build webapps or apps?“, etc.
Each and every time I get asked, I looked for my previous answer that I already answered, copied and pasted into the new question. So, just incase I lost that answer somewhere, I’ll copy it here too.
How do you learn to program or code?
Step 1: Google for resources or documents and courses
Step 2: Practice
Step 3: Help others
Where do you start to learn to build webapps or apps?
There are lots of these resources online. If I were you, start at BentoBox and take up the learning track. Straight forward way of becoming a programmer or coder.
Note: I will update this post to be a much more detailed learning path for everyone to start learning programming or coding.
I saw this bag being reviewed on Youtube. After 5 years of using my standard backpack, I thought of window shopping to find a new one in a year or so. Then I found this perfect little bag called PacSafe Z400. It’s perfect for everything that I need, which includes putting my wallet, my cables, portable wifi, mouse, documents, my tablet and a few other things. Go ahead and watch the video!
Websites are cool but they are not the “in” thing at the moment. The advises you might hear from lean startups and businesses is to get a Minimum Viable Product (aka MVP) up and running and get customers as soon as possible. And to achieve this, you would need a landing page. Here are reasons why: Continue reading
I love them. I love how creative these comic book artists that publishes them on the web for all to see for free. Especially my favorites are TheOatMeal, XKCD, Least I Could Do, Looking For Group, and my most recent favorite, The Awkward Yeti.
I have always loved these webcomics. Way more varieties as opposed to reading the newspaper funnies. Sure, I still love reading Peanuts, Dilbert and Garfield as opposed to Nancy and the rest of comics, but I feel like their trying too hard to push the punchline.
And then I saw Comic Shuffle. A definite bookmark in my browser to read even more webcomics! -1 for Productivity, +10 to Procrastination, +5 empty spaces in my bookmark webcomics folder.
Comic Shuffle only have 29 comic sites (quality webcomic sites), that I feel like a good start to read through. I’ve been an avid webcomic reader since 2000 and will continue to be.
Webcomics and Graphic Novel that I look forward to