Computer Layman

I break computer and programming concepts down to a level that an 8-year-old would understand.



What is coding?

Coding is the process of writing instructions for a computer to execute. These instructions, also known as code, are written in a programming language, which is a set of rules for specifying the tasks that a computer should perform. There are many different programming languages, each with its own set of rules and syntax, and each is suited to solving different types of problems.

Coding is used to create software applications, websites, and other systems that run on computers or other devices. It is a critical part of the development process for many kinds of technology, and it is an important skill for anyone interested in working in the field of computer science or information technology.

To write code, a programmer typically uses a text editor or an integrated development environment (IDE) to create a file that contains the instructions they want the computer to follow. The code is then compiled or interpreted, depending on the programming language being used, and the resulting program is executed by the computer.

Coding requires a combination of technical skills and problem-solving abilities. It can be a challenging and rewarding activity that allows people to create useful and innovative solutions using computer technology.

You don't have to go to school to be a computer programmer

You don't have to go to school to be a computer programmer.

That's right—you can actually learn to code without ever stepping foot on a university campus!

All you need is a computer and access to the internet.

If you want to become a web developer, learning through YouTube and other internet resources is the way to go. In fact, you can learn everything you need to know about programming by watching videos.

The best part is that this method is completely free, so you'll save money on tuition, books, and other school expenses while still getting the education you need to succeed in your career.

Write your first HTML document

In this episode, we guide you on how to write your first HTML document. 

It looks something like this:

My First HTML Document

This is main heading of this HTML page

I am a parapgraph

Explore a Career in IT

I talked about exploring a new career in Information Technology (IT).

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