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General Discussion

Want to start a New Learning Group

Hello Online World! I am looking to find a few individuals who are new to this and others who have more experience ( I am newer) and who want to come together to learn from one another, encourage one another, etc. An online "class room" of sorts. It seems the hardest part of this for me is the fact it is just me and I enjoy that, but I think having others who are struggling at times or others who have been at certaing points at times could and would be beneficial. I know I am not the only one who feels like this. If anyone is interested message me via here or email... plummercor@yahoo.com. Thanks, Corey

I'm new to this as well, where is the best place to start?

Well Hey Vincent I am pretty new to this as well and I don't know about you but I start off being super motivated than somewhere along the way the fire and umph die and I feel like I was driving full speed to have my car run out of gas and I am stuck on the side of the road, stranded. Perhaps we could embark on this together, to an extent?

3 Answers

What are you looking at learning?

Matt Campbell
Matt Campbell
9,767 Points

Start with HTML. Always start with HTML. It's the easiest but introduces you to programming and gets you comfortable working with code and syntax.

Well I'm not sure what group learning in this case means, but I started the HTML-CSS track last night. Kind of poking along think I'm at the third track in it. Have to keep stopping the loop and going over ( and over ) what he said. I built a site for my church (www.tuminewark.org) and I wanted to learn more about this stuff. So what would you like to do? The name is Vince or Rev, as in Reverend. any of those work.