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Hey, is the python track on treehouse, a good place to start, if you have no programming knowledge/experience except Html/css
do they cover all the basics? so i get a full understanding, or is the track ment for someone who has a little bit of knowledge?
Kenneth LoveTreehouse Guest Teacher
Hey, your friendly local Python teacher here. Even though I'd love to have you as a student, I will warn you that my track is somewhat difficult and fast-moving. There's no reason you can't learn Python with only HTML/CSS experience, but you may feel a bit lost at times. Actually, this is true of any language (if you get there, practice practice practice), but I know my track is not 100% beginner friendly.
That said, go for it! If you have questions/problems, I'm always here and so are the rest of our amazing Forum users.
Jesse Gravenor27,272 Points
I have two things I would ofer for your thought...
I have learned Python on several other learning websites. I would say that Treehouse has a high quality offer. Those website will always be there too if you need them. What you find out as you study more languages is that you are learning programming concepts that exist with every language, as well as, the syntax and differences in the way the language handles things differently than others. I think Python is a good place to start for programming conepts.
All that being said, I believe that Javascipt is going to be a very good choice for you to consider. It interfaces so tightly wth HTML and CSS that you will feel at home. It has specialties and differences, but all languages do. The important thing is that you will be getting more familar with programming concepts, while also being able to use and apply those concepts in HTML/CSS right away.
Ricky Catron13,023 Points
What kind of game do you want to make? Could you give a few examples or similar games?
Is making games all you want to do? What about software or websites or phone apps?
i find python easy than the others i have done it is straight forward