Whether you’re looking to build an app for a hobby, improve your career prospects or have a great startup idea learning to code is going to be an important skill to develop.
The problem is if you are a complete novice it can be difficult to know exactly where to start. Perhaps you’ve asked your developer friends for some ideas or even read a few blog posts to try and get your head around some of the best places to learn to code.
For example if you are looking to start a new career in 2017 then it might useful to see how likely are you going to get a job based on the programming language you know? Here’s a quick look at web developer and software job trends from indeed.com.
So to help you get to grips with learning to code and to help you make your mind up I’ve put together an infographic with helpful information for complete coding novices.
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