The best way to learn programming is by getting your hands dirty and writing actual code. Reading programming books or watching courses is fine, but they become pretty useless if you don’t practice what you’re learning. If you ever tried to read a book about coding without actually trying it out yourself, you might have … Read more9 Simple App Ideas to Learn Android Programming (With Tutorials)
No matter if you are a beginner or already an expert, being a programmer means constant learning. Sure, when you know the essential concepts and the most important frameworks and libraries you can probably slow down a bit and enjoy the routine, but things change pretty quickly in the computer world and even completely new programming … Read moreHow to Learn Programming Fast
Some of my viewers are computer science students and some are self taught like me. I studied business economics and found my passion for programming later in life. I try to be very transparent about the fact that I am not an advanced developer, but rather a beginner documenting his learning process. I haven’t worked in … Read moreHow to Get a Job as a Programmer
A lot of my viewers are programming beginners, and I still consider myself a beginner as well. But I have already learned some things along my way, made some mistakes and observed other developers. In this blog post I want to talk about 5 tips for starting programmers that I figured out on my own … Read more5 Tips for Beginning Programmers
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
Learning to code is basically just going from one problem to another. Some of these problems are solved easily, but there are also situations where you just feel lost and frustrated. In these moments you wish someone else would write your code for you, implement the thing you don’t understand and then hand over the … Read moreThis Is Why You Have to Solve Your Coding Problems Yourself
As I already explained in my Incremental Progress over Intense Sprints blog post, I think it is much better to make steady, incremental progress rather than going super hard for short periods of time and eventually burn out. If you can combine both, perfect, but don’t confuse the initial boost of motivation that you always … Read moreWant to Learn Programming? Do a Little Bit Every Day!
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)