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How I Taught Myself to Code in Eight Weeks

David Sinsky from Yipit writes: "To a lot of non-developers, learning to code seems like an impossibly daunting task. However, thanks to a number of great resources that have recently been put online for free— teaching yourself to code has never been easier. I started learning to code earlier this year and can say from experience that learning enough to build your own prototype is not as hard as it seems. In fact, if you want to have a functioning prototype within two months without taking a day off work, it’s completely doable."

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In2iti0n1959d ago

I think so often people are saying "You want to program? Start programming." Which is kind of like saying, "You want to kiteboard? Start kiteboarding!" But these are some practical instructions.