Learn any of these 16 programming languages and you’ll always have a job

Good old Matlab. Used Matlab for engineering back in my uni days. Pretty powerful program if you ask me. Can do all sort from mathematics, formulas, equations and even have addons like Simulink for simulation such as Renewable Energy Solar Panels.

Cliffs:

  • Java
  • C
  • Python
  • PHP
  • Visual Basic
  • Javascript
  • R
  • Go
  • Ruby
  • Groovy
  • Objective C
  • Perl
  • Pascal
  • Delphi
  • Swift
  • Matlab

 

Via http://www.businessinsider.com/programming-languages-in-highest-demand-2017-5/

More coding games!

15 free coding games! Loads more!! Feel free to try them. Best year for 2017!! I’ve only tried code combat. Try them and let me know in the below comments! Have Fun.

1. CodeMonkey
https://www.playcodemonkey.com/

2. CodinGame
https://www.codingame.com/start

3. CSS Diner
https://flukeout.github.io/

4. Flexbox Froggy
http://flexboxfroggy.com/

5. Flexbox Defense
http://www.flexboxdefense.com/

6. CodeCombat
https://codecombat.com/

7. Ruby Warrior
https://www.bloc.io/ruby-warrior#/

8. Untrusted
https://alexnisnevich.github.io/untrusted/

9. Code Hunt
https://www.codehunt.com/

10. Robocode
http://robocode.sourceforge.net/

11. CheckIO and Empire of Code
https://checkio.org/

12. VIM Adventures
https://vim-adventures.com/

13. Cyber Dojo
http://www.cyber-dojo.org/

14. Elevator Saga
http://play.elevatorsaga.com/

15. Code Wars
https://www.codewars.com/

 

Via http://www.businessinsider.com/15-free-games-that-will-help-you-learn-how-to-code-2017-4?IR=T

The Full Stack Web Development course

I recently completed this course. It teaches you the basic concepts of being a full stack web developer. The tools and technologies being used. By all means, you will not become an expert by doing this course but will be aware of current technologies. You will have the basics. Check the course here, The Full Stack Web Development.. Course is under $100. Good course whether you are doing Front End or Back End Web Development.

I recently bought this course, Learn Best Five Mobile App Frameworks By Building Projects. Will get on it once I finish the web development courses.

Contents:

  1. Basic HTML
  2. HTML 5
  3. CSS3
  4. Twitter Bootstrap
  5. Basic JavaScript
  6. Jquery
  7. Node.js
  8. Meteor.js
  9. Angular
  10. PHP
  11. Ruby on Rails
  12. MySQL
  13. PostgresSQL
  14. MongoDB
  15. CouchDB
  16. Redis
  17. Memcached
  18. Markdown
  19. SASS
  20. Git
  21. Task Runners
  22. Chrome Developer Tools
  23. PHP Debugging

Check the course here

My Rating: 4/5

Code Combat Game

Found an interesting way of learning a programming language. An RPG game where you equip gear to your character toon and collect diamonds.
The game has 4 languages to learn at the moment, which are:

  1. Python
  2. Javascript
  3. CoffeeScript
  4. Lua

The GUI interface looks pretty awesome and creative. Here are a couple of screenshots that I have tried playing it. You go straight to gameplay and it doesn’t really teach you the basics of programming. It’s asking you to type the code. E.g. hero.moveRight(); This is most suited for primary school kids. Coding for fun and a bit of some exposure. Maybe need some theory saying this is a function, class, etc?

Nevertheless, it seems like a fun way to learn. A great way to exposure your little kid to programming! Better start early when they are young. Wish this was available back at my time!

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Via Code Combat

Wouldrecommend/10

Is $PHP = dead; ?

Following the job trend, it seems that PHP is slowing down.
Read more here

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If you are learning to code at this current moment 2017, best to learn Javascript.
Javascript is booming at the moment as you can see.

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Click here for Indeed’s Job Trend

Cliffs:

  • Learn Javascript, not PHP