For the last >150 days since I started my Youtube channel, I have released a new video every single day (although sometimes after midnight). And since I learn the programming concepts I teach there in the process of making these videos, this also means that I had to research extensively about a topic more than … Read moreHow to Use Google to Solve Your Programming Questions
I am a big fan of audio learning material, because you can really tap into unused time that you would otherwise spend listening to music or just mind wandering. I always make sure that I have at least 1 audiobook and several podcasts on my phone so I can listen to them while driving, washing … Read more5 Audiobooks and Podcasts That Help You Become a Better Programmer While Washing the Dishes
As I described in my “How I Started to Learn Android Programming” blog post, you should start as early as possible to build actual little apps instead of consuming books and other forms of plain theory. Not long after I wrote my first line of code (at least in my adult life), I released my … Read moreThe 5 Biggest Beginner Mistakes I Made When I Created My First Android Apps
Note: Before you go ahead, make sure you have read my How I Started to Learn Android Programming blog post. There I explain more generally how to start learning Android development as a beginner. Learning programming is hard an can be quite frustrating. Google helps with a lot of questions, but often times there is … Read moreWhere to Ask Your Programming Questions?
A lot of people don’t really know how to start learning programming. They don’t know if they should read books, watch Youtube videos or buy online courses for money and they often seem to get stuck. Now, people have different learning styles and what works for me obviously won’t work for everyone, but I will also … Read moreHow I Started to Learn Android Programming (And How I Would Do It Again)
I started learning to code pretty late in my life at the age of 26, only a month before turning 27. What i did before to earn my bread and butter is content for another story. I made my first steps on Codecademy’s HTML + CSS course, then soon switched to Java and eventually came … Read moreHow My First Months of Learning (Android) Programming Felt