Beginner Course on Programming and Coding Fundamentals
- No programming experience is required.
- Basic computer skills: surfing websites, running programs, saving and opening documents, etc.
If you're an office worker, student, administrator, or just anyone who wants to explore the wondrous world of programming, this course will teach you the basics of programming. Moreover, it has some reference to pop culture like Ariana Grande and Singaporean context like Nasi Lemak Burger.
This course is for complete beginners and covers the fastest growing language, Dart. Hopefully, this course entertains as well.
This course covers concepts on:
Functions, that either runs multiple tasks in one command, or that takes in an input and gives the needed output
Data Types such as integers, strings, booleans and nulls
Variables, that stores the different data types, for later use
Relational and Logical Operators, to compare statements to see which is true or false
Conditional Statements, to make the sound decision
List, to store data in a structured way
Loops, to run the same task till the goal has been reached
By the end of this course, not only you'll be able to have a basic understanding of the fundamentals of programming, but also be able to list this on your resume.
Once you completed the course, you will get a free course on Flutter, a framework created by Google, which uses the Dart language.
Who this course is for:
- Office workers and students who wants to explore and see what programming and coding is all about
- Anyone, from delivery riders to teachers, who is thinking on a career change to become a software developer
- How to Fully Make Use of the Course00:36
- What is Programming ?05:57
I'm Haris, a developer (mainly coding in Flutter for 2 years) who wants to create entertaining coding tutorials. I have helped teach hundreds of students to learn code, from creating games using Unity, to create mobile apps using React Native, and teaching kids Scratch.
At the age of 22, I started to get serious in programming when I was going through a coding bootcamp. I realised that the lessons were hard to understand and boring. This gave me the motivation to make coding lessons entertaining, relatable and fun.
I research to find ways to explain hard concepts into simple and relatable examples.