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For everyone interested in programming!
Here you can learn more about it, get some information about interesting resources and opportunities.

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I am interested in programming but I think eventually I would want to have a management role in a tech company. Will a liberal arts degree give me the opportunity to find jobs in the tech industry or is an engineering school the way to go.
4 weeks ago
Thanks! Pomona is one of my top choices so that is good to hear. Still not sure if it would have more value than let’s say a technology school or an ivy
4 weeks ago
Hey Jesse - I work at a tech company called Everbridge and was previously at a start-up and in VC. You're asking a great question. Unfortunately the answer is, it depends. If you want to be an executive responsible for Product Management or R&D, then yes, you'll need a technical degree and background. However, if you want to be an executive more on the business side such as Marketing, Sales, Strategy, Finance, then there is less of a need to have a technical degree.
4 weeks ago
Hi Eric, thanks for your response. I would still plan on majoring in computer science if I attend a liberal arts school. Is that not considered a technical degree? Furthermore, do companies usually promote engineers to become executives on the business side or are those people usually chosen from different backgrounds. Thanks
Hi, do I want to be a software engineer but I am confuse about the major that is eligible in order to become a software engineer
1 month ago
Computer Science is the closest college major
1 month ago
Okay thank you
do y’all have any advice on how to get started on web development and programming? thanks!!
1 month ago
See some good comments and classes to take below in this group. I am also starting with udemy class.
1 month ago
Get started with SoloLearn. I believe they have an app. That will give you the basics of HTML, CSS, and JS as well as most other languages you want to learn. At that point work on your own projects. Create a personal website. Use inspect element to mess around with code on websites.
1 month ago
I personally am using Colt Steele's "Web Developer Bootcamp" on Udemy. It's fantastic and is well reknown in the web development community. Check it out!:

www.udemy.... -bootcamp/
Good place for courses related to Blockchain world: www.udemy.com
1 month ago
Yes!!! Udemy is great. I bought the one for Swift by London app brewery and I love it
1 month ago
Yes I tried some other Udemy classes
What are some of the cool app ideas to work on? Something basic as I am just starting with app development
1 month ago
Anything around you. Think about things you want to have an app for
An excellent commitment for those looking to either jump into the world of code or brush up on their skills. It's the summer, so no better time than now to get started to make your ideas into reality. Check it out!

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2 months ago
Thanks very helpful!
2 months ago
Thanks, it's helpful.
Who is doing some CS related stuff this summer? Am planning on taking app dev class but also looking for other ideas
4 months ago
Have been taking online classes last summer and will do the same this summer. For coding online classes work best imo
3 months ago
I am not very good with online stuff, really need to be in class to learn something
If anyone has taken AP Computer Science, how difficult was the exam? I have very little programming experience
6 months ago
I took it last year and even without directly studying for it, I passed with a 3. So, if your teacher is good and has been actually been teaching you and giving you assignments that apply the concepts that are being taught, you should already be familiar with most of the concepts and have them memorized. It's not like I got a super good score but it was still fairly easy so I wouldn't sweat it. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
6 months ago
Thanks! Just seems would be a waste if I didnt get a credit for it
What's the easiest language to start with? I am interested in app development but am struggling to find a way to get going. Any suggestions?
7 months ago
Hi Jill, if you are really interested in app development, you should focus on Java or C# for backend development and JavaScript for frontend. Python is good, if you are focussing on machine learning.
7 months ago
Btw: There is no easiest language. You have to understand the concept of programming. After that you will be able to learn any language.
6 months ago
Thanks Ilker!
Hey everyone! During my freshman year of high school, I wasn't interested in computer science whatsoever. Then, I decided to take AP Computer Science Honors over the summer, and am currently taking AP Computer Science Principles as a sophomore. I'm now leaning more towards computer science (or something else involving cs in the STEM field) for my major in university. One of my New Years resolution is to be knowledgeable in a few languages, but I simply don't know where to start. I don't know what topic I want to go into (web/app/game development, etc) and I've already read countless of articles on what programming language to start in, but I'm still lost. It would be great if anyone could give me insight on this. Also, if anyone knows any free websites/courses or good books that I can learn programming on with, please link them down below! Thank you! :)
8 months ago
Hi, I am self taught android developer, even though I was in University for two years before I quit, I count my self as self taught learner because mostly I got my knowledge from internet.

Yeah, you are right the hardest part of becoming self taught learner is finding the right path to study, which one should I learn first then whats next to learn, I was lost for many times just like you, sometimes I want to give up because i just do the wrong path I jumped too early to the advanced programming without getting the basic first, so I have too learn the basic and the studying the advanced topic again which is totally waste my time, so here I want to share my experience that I thought it's good path:

1. The first ever is trying to love what you are gonna learn, you can watch youtube video about the cool things about programming.

2. learn about basic programming languages at sololearn.com. I recommend to learn Python/Java first. In the middle of learning those language you might be struggle with some concept of the programming, like OOP(Object Oriented Programming), for the additional explanation about specific topic you can watch youtube videos, or just googling for article(Googling is the Essential skill for programmer).

3. After you can write a program you can improve your logic, algorithm, data structure skill at hackerrank.com or codewars,com

4. It's time to build real app, you can take online course at Udacity.com or Udemy.com or other sites, there are plenty of it. I was take some free and nanodegree program at udacity and the nanodegree one is amazing.

That's all that I can share the basic path to be a programmer, It's need a time to be a good programmer, don't expect it's need a little time to be a good programmer.
8 months ago
@Aditiya really good summary!

@Justina There are some good links below in this group that are also helpful but you need to decide what you would like to focus on first.
What are some good computer science programs in the US? I am interested not just in top universities. And also any summer school that has computer science focus?
9 months ago
I think Caltech has tech summer camp. Some great universities for CS: CMU, UIUC, UT Austin but there are plenty of other schools here where you can do CS
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For those interested in mobile app development in C#. You should look at Xamarin. With only one codebase it allows you to build apps not only for Android but also for iOS (and for Windows Phone of course):
www.xamarin.com/

Free community editions of Visual Studio (PC+MAC) available at:
www.visual... m/xamarin/
10 months ago
How difficult is it to learn Xamarin? And shouldn't we just focus on this if you can build apps for both Android and iOS right away?
10 months ago
If you have C# / .NET skills, it will be easy. If you have some previous experience in any other language, like Java, it will be easy to learn C#.
And even if you don't have any previous knowledge at all, then Xamarin is a good choice too, and Visual Studio is a powerful IDE.
So why not use Xamarin? There's no good reason for me :-)
10 months ago
Thanks! Really helpful
Hello! I am currently learning basic JavaScript, HTML, CSS, Python and SQL. Since I'm learning how to code. I'd like to ask you if you know or use a good online bootcamp or course. I have been using these following online courses:
www.freeco... ecamp.org/
www.codecademy.com/

I think they are really great to start but I'd like to know some tips and ways to learn coding online. Thank you!
11 months ago
yeah udacity is good, i learn android programming in udacity.com
11 months ago
Thank you!!
11 months ago
Aditya me too