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General Discussion


hi i have worked on multiple tracks but as student i have to admit the web and mobile app tracks are a little challenging for me but i still try.but does any one have any advice for tracks of a new person for web development or even mobile app development i want to really learn but i admit it is very overwhelming . and i still want to continue working to get a career in those fields and yes i know web development is different from each other all i know is html and python. so please any advice from pros please share

2 Answers

CSS can be tough and so can other programming languages, but if you stay consistent and stick with it, success will come naturally for you. Try not to get discouraged as this is something most everyone new to programming has to deal with.

Is there anything in particular you are having a hard time grasping? From there I can maybe recommend some more sources for you to learn from.

mostly remembering the syntax of many languages like remembering html css javascript ruby rails all at once. and mobile app sometimes i just get confused

Don't try to learn everything at once and expect to retain it all. Knowing all the languages is a plus, but it might help to decide on something and specialize in it. You might want to check out the Janki Method.

Practice makes perfect, but don't worry too much about remembering every command and keyword off by heart. Google is your friend, knowing what to look for is half the battle.