Ebonygeek45 meets Udemy
My passion is programming. My goal is to share my knowledge with others that may want to learn programming as well. In my search for ways to learn programming I have found some good avenues and some bad.
Some people seem to not want others to know the in and outs of programming. Some say let them learn the hard way, in order to weed out those that don't belong.
I don't agree with that. If you have a desire to learn programming it should not be hard to pursue that desire. You should not have to sign up for loans to get the training you want. It should be something that is affordable and understandable.
Programming books are not made for the beginner, or in some cases more advanced learners. It's almost like they are showing off with the coding examples they have in the book. The average beginner could not even begin to understand the code.
It should not be like that. If you buy a book to learn something, why should you have to do research on what is in the book to make the sample code in the book work. If that is the case why not just not buy the book and research on your on on the internet?
Because of these things I started doing small set's of tutorials. If the tutorials get a good set of followers I continue it. If not I try to find a subject that people are interested in learning. I have done this on my own. For now I am branching out in an attempt to expand and grow my efforts. To reach others that have the same interest in programming as I do.