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Aaru551 views

How should I start my journey to learn coding and programming so that I can pursue a career in data science?

i am a complete beginner to coding and i want to pursue a career in data science. i started watching tutorials on yt but i was unable to understand anything. i figured i should start with python however it is easier said than done. what can i do??

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Is it beneficial to take online courses on Coursera or Udemy to learn data skills if I want to go into Data Science/Anaytics If so, what should I start with?

I'm in Grade 10, I have some coding experience with Python, and I want to be able to build my skill set so that I have time to improve later during high school. I also want to be able to use those skills to help others (volunteering). I've seen so many "roadmaps" for learning data skills, and they're all different, so I hope someone can clear this up for me. Thanks in advance!

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Charlotte506 views

how to be success in math and problem solving?

i learning python and java

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Jolie344 views

how many time i need to learn python ??

i need to learn python in short time , any advice ?

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Elizabeth718 views

how i can develop my skills in coding ?

#coding #java #python

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Karl520 views

What's the best way to learn Python?

Tips on learning how to efficiently use Python.

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Faisol1059 views

what can you do with python and linux?

What are the things you can do with python programming language and linux operating system together ?

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Anna613 views

What are good remote jobs?

What are remote part-time jobs that I can do as a high school student? Specifically, I am looking for entry level coding jobs.

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Matt4249 views

What are some entry-level jobs for a math bachelor's degree?

I've just graduated with a bachelor's degree in math, and I'm looking for a job that I won't have to go back to school for. My degree's mostly been focused on pure math, and some dynamic systems/fractals. I've taken a couple classes in Python, and one class each in R, Java, and SPSS. I've also taken classes across lots of areas, so any interdisciplinary jobs might be interesting. If I have to go through a little bit of training or self-study that's alright, but I'd like to start working as soon as possible. I'd also like to have a fair amount of free-time if that's possible: just not too much overtime work. Thank you all for your advice and let me know if you have any questions for me to narrow things down!

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Tabarak1082 views

What is the best website to learn coding/programming ?

What is the best website to learn coding/programming such as Python and Javascript which is free and includes a certificate? I am looking to potentially create an AI chatbot and/or a game.

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How do I get started in the tech industry coming from an unrelated field Are there any real pay to learn opportunities??

For the better part of a year I have been learning HTML, CSS, Javascript, Python, and Swift. I am still relatively novice but Im learning quickly. The trouble is that I cant dedicate enough time to truly practice my skills because I am too busy at my other job. I am in a position in my life to be able to make the jump into tech at an entry level or lower job position if need be. Meaning I dont need a high paying position, I just need something to get my resume started and allow me to focus more time on building my portfolio. I have a background in Construction management and experience in industry standard computer programs like Excel, Word, Outlook, and various CRM tools. Are there any job titles that I can look for that will allow me to get my tech career started with what experience I have?

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kacie248 views

What are some good interactive ways to get more involved in programming styles like python, java, c, c+, c++?

I've tried finding a way to interact with programming sites it just feels like I haven't found anything interact enough for my learning style and was just wondering if someone could point me in the right direction?

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peter500 views

What need to do and learn to become a Hardware engineer???

I am very passionate about computer hardware engineer but I don't know where to start and what to learn or what knowledge I need to learn

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Zion601 views

What is the tech industry like? What technical / soft skills are needed in the field? How can I prepare myself in such a oversaturated field??

I'm an sophomore majoring in computer science and data science. I basic knowledge in python, java, web development, sql, and swift.

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Ivy335 views

How do you learn coding online? #cv23

What are some credible bootcamps that employers look for?

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Sol612 views

What is a typical day like for an IT Project Manager?

I think this might be my dream career, and I would really like to see if it is a good fit for me.

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Shaina596 views

How do absorb or learn technical functions in programming languages?

I am an IT student. Having a hard time memorizing the functions in Python and figuring out what the "problem" needs. Like I know what is the flow of the "program" but I have no idea what functions or specific commands to use.

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Jack742 views

Does taking IT help immensely in a Programming Job in the future?

Does Informational Technology (Linux) help at all with Programming (Python)? I've enrolled in an IT 101 course, and I'm getting second thoughts on whether or not I've been tricked into an advertisement or I'm gaining purposeful knowledge.

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Ethan989 views

What inspired you to be a programmer?

We are discussing careers in class and I am interested in programming.

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Victory594 views

Where did you start with beginning to learn programming?

I'm an 11th grader attempting to learn Python. #python #programming #computer-science

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Michael1358 views

What is it like to work as a Network Systems Administrator?

I'm already enrolled into Job Corps and am going to work on completing my programs in customer service, computer technician and network administrator advanced program while earning my COMPTIA A+ and CCNA certification within three years. I am an aspiring network systems administrator for a start-up tech company. #networking #management #tech #technology #it #computers #computer-software #information-technology #computer-science #comptia #certifications #microsoft #linux #network #c+ #python #powershell #adobe #javascript #html #COMPTIAA+ #CCNA

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karunya1116 views

How Can I learn Python?

#employee-training #kerala #python #coding

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Nancy1828 views

Why programming with python 3 so hard?

I'm finally taking a scripting class, and I realize programming is not for me. it's funny how I was passionate to learn about it, now I realize that it is really hard. I really want to understand it, but using the required website for my class called "ZyBooks", It's not helping me understand it. #classes #college #school #general #python3 #python #programming #coding #scripting #IT #informationTechnology #major #career #professor #technology

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What's the one thing you would do differently if you could travel back in time to where you started your career / coding journey?

As a self-taught web developer, at some point during my coding journey, I got distracted and switched to a different language just out of curiosity. (switch from JavaScript to Python). Three months later, I realized that Python or Data science isn't really my thing. (I definitely see the beauty and power of Python!) However, I love JavaScript or Front-end web development more than extracting insights from data set. So for me, I would definitely tell myself to FOCUS on one language if I could travel back in time. 1. What about you? 2. What kind of advice would you give yourself if life can rewind and replay? I'm asking this question because it allows me learn valuable lessons / insights from others' story! (If you don't mind sharing!) As always, Thank you for your time in reading this post and sharing your story! I wish you all the best & take care of yourself! #career #business #coding #professional #timeTravel #Focus #programming #webdevelopment #python #javascript #careerguidance #education #Learning #careeradvice #careerchoices #technology

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Nikolas662 views

What state has the most demands for a job in IT?

I study python in school. #IT #Python

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Should I learn Python or R or other programming language?

I'm a college student in Economics and Finance. Right now I am quite good at Excel VBA and I want to learn one more programming language to give me an advantage in finding jobs. It seems to me that Python and R have their own strengths and weaknesses but I'm not too sure about it. #job-search #finance #economics #programming #python #R

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What is better to start among the following, machine learning, deep learning or AI? What are the requerements for a beginner?

Life sciences student (applied DNA technology), python beginner #science #technology #python #coding #AI #ML #neuralnetworks #programming

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I spent most of my software engineering internship not programming. Will that hurt me in interviews for full-time roles?

I'm a CS major in college and I am about to finish up an internship in backend software engineering at a division of a very large tech company. Most of my time was spent reading code, reading documentation, learning to use internal tools, writing configs, writing test cases, minor bug fixes, and spending a lot of time communicating or coordinating with coworkers, and there was not an emphasis on just writing code. Most of my tasks were not coding intensive, and looking at the rest of the team it looks like at least half of the team is more involved in testing/analysis than coding. This is very different from what I'm used to in my CS coursework at my University -- where our focus is almost entirely on writing code that solves assigned problems. My question is, will this hurt me in interviews for full-time roles as a software engineer? If so, then what can I do to address that gap? #software-engineering #programming #software-development #python #web-development #backend-development

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What types of software engineering roles will allow me to spend the most time actually writing code?

Hi everyone. I'm a CS major in college, about to become a senior, and will be looking for a full-time role soon. I feel like I'm on track, and am considering what type of software engineering role I'd like to pursue. One thing that I've learned from my summer internship is how much of software engineering can involve things other than writing code: reading code, reading documentation, learning to use internal tools, writing configs, writing test cases, minor bug fixes, and spending a lot of time communicating or coordinating with coworkers. I don't necessarily have a problem with any of the other types of tasks, but this got me wondering if there are certain types of roles where I might spend more (or less) time actually writing code. What are the factors that might affect the % of time I'd spend coding? (Factors might include characteristics of the company that I work for, characteristics of the department or team I work for, etc.) I'd appreciate any experience you might have on that one. Thanks! #software-engineering #programming #software-development #python #web-development #backend-development

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Anina820 views

How much of the time is a backend software engineer actually writing code?

I'm a CS major in college and I am about to finish up a 12-week internship in backend software engineering at a division of a very large tech company. I'm a little surprised at what % of my internship was actually spent writing code: just about 3 of the 12 weeks. The other 9 weeks were mostly spent reading code, reading documentation, learning to use internal tools, writing configs, writing test cases, minor bug fixes, and spending a lot of time communicating or coordinating with coworkers. Most of my tasks were not coding intensive, and looking at the rest of the team it looks like around half of the team is more involved in testing/analysis than coding. This is very different from what I'm used to in my CS coursework at my University -- where our focus is almost entirely on writing code that solves assigned problems. What's a normal breakdown for backend software engineers of writing code vs. some of the other things that you do? Was my experience this summer typical? #software-engineering #programming #software-development #python #web-development #backend-development

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