How to start coding without any experience
If learning to code has been on your to-do list for a while, then now is the time. With many areas of the country still facing social restrictions, we’ve got more time at home — which means more time to learn a new skill.
Coding isn’t just a nice skill to have or something to occupy your time, though. It’s now a valuable asset in pretty much any business environment. And the good news is, learning to code doesn’t require an expensive and lengthy qualification.
“Coding is how we communicate with computers. Writing code is like producing a set of instructions, which tell a computer what to do or how to behave,” says Anna Brailsford, CEO at Code First Girl.
Essentially, coding is what allows us to create computer software like programs, operating systems and mobile apps. Coders write the instructions using a programming language, which translates human code into computer code known as software.