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Top 10 Highly-Desired Skills You Can Teach Yourself

Top 10 Highly-Desired Skills You Can Teach Yourself
"Code is not as complicated as you think, so go get started!" I disagree. It really depends what you're learning. CSS and Objective-C/C++ are in completely different leagues (and categories, actually, but they both count as "code"). Getting started is the hardest part. Any languages after that just get easier and easier. For example, I started out programming around a year and a half ago, by inadvertently learning ActionScript 3 in Flash. I stuck to ActionScript for a long time until I was comfortable to move on. Once you adopt the programming mindset, learnt the convention, terminology, data types and the full syntax of a single programming language you're pretty much set. StackOverflow is the best place to get help (and only help - they won't make your programs for you) with programming, in my experience.

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