Hey guys, I’ve not written anything worth the attention for a few days now, which is fine, considering I’ve got my hands full with a couple of things both online and offline. Yup, amongst the list of things, I have been working on improving my skills set, and I have taken the first step toward becoming a web developer by learning a few programming languages.
You see, I’ve always found coding and programming to be really cool. The allure that a complex bunch of weird-looking, coloured code-jargons brings. Apart from the fact that it’s fast becoming one of my favourite past-time for the last 2 weeks, the ability to design something functional using some blocks of codes is appealing and just seem like one of the best ways I could get creative.
You should be happy for me though. In a few months, I might be able to contribute a bit more of my skills and time to the blockchain. I plan to become a contributor to open-source projects that I fancy. Also, I get to be one of the coolest guys in the block. I mean, c’mon, just about everyone knows how abstract and cool and smart a true dev sounds when they’re talking codes!
So, I’m starting out with a few codes, and then I’ll diversify to other programs that are suitable for blockchain development. Here are the first picks:
– Python. — A general programming language with a high level of abstraction means it’s relatively easier to learn and build with.
– HTML. — Not a programming language, but it’s pretty important. They say every coder should know a thing or two about HTML. So…
Once I am done covering the above programs, I’ll progress to learn C or C++, which, according to @bobinson on Steemit, are among the languages Steem and some blockchains are built on.
How am I learning?
I hope to stick with this for the long term and i hope to get it right at once. I’d really appreciate any support/advise or links to some materials that could be helpful to me.
Thank you for reading, Pan.
This article is cross-posted on Steemit as well.