Examples of Courses We Offer

Python for Data Science and AI

This introduction to Python will kickstart your learning of Python for data science, as well as programming in general. This beginner-friendly Python course will take you from zero to programming in Python in a matter of hours.

HTML Coding for Beginners

This course is designed for beginners who would like to learn how to code HTML. It does not matter if they know a little already or even if they know nothing.

Programming for Complete Beginners in C#

This course is designed for raw beginners — anyone who wants to write a little code — or a lot of it. And it’s especially right for anyone who dreams of becoming a software programmer but hasn’t the faintest idea of how to begin.

The Best Coding Languages to Learn
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C++

The C++, as the name suggested is the next generation language at time C was popular. It comes with object-oriented programming feature which was considered phenomenal compared to the structural way of C programming.

Ruby

If you’re looking for a language that’s syntax-friendly, Ruby is a great choice. It’s easy to get to grips with, making it an excellent option for developers looking to learn a new language.

Python

As a programming language, Python is appreciated for being very user-friendly. Because it’s easy to read, it’s relatively easy to learn. Yet this doesn’t mean the language can’t be used for sophisticated, complex solutions, either.

Small Tips to Code Better
Pair Program

Pair programming is a technique that involves two developers working at one workstation to complete a task. The two developers switch between being the “driver” and the “navigator.”

Ask “GOOD” Questions

People always say there is no such thing as a bad question, but when it comes to programming, it is possible to ask a question badly.

Contribute to Open Source

In the open-source model, software source code is available publicly, and anyone can collaborate.

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About the Author

Harvey Daniell

Co-Founder of Center Web Design

The world of computer software is growing. From simple websites and mobile apps to the Internet of Things, and more recently, artificial intelligence, self-driving cars and numerous start-ups with ambitious, new ideas to change the world. We teach you not only how to create a product, but also how to think and solve problems like a developer.