It seems these days that everyone wants to learn to code —or is telling you that you should. Problem is, it’s not always so easy to figure out where to start. (Um, “there’s lots of stuff on the internet?” Not actually that helpful.)
So, if you’re thinking about diving in and learning to code—it’s time to get over that first hurdle. You won’t learn overnight, but you also won’t learn unless you start somewhere. Here are my favorite sites for getting started, and the ones I’ve found most helpful in my own learning-to-code adventure over the past 10 months.
TopicsTools & Skills , Professional Development , Tech , Links We Love , Tech Skills , Learning to Code , Coding , Syndication
Melissa is a Founder of The Muse. Melissa was recently named to INC's 15 Women to Watch in Tech. She was an Executive Editor of The Harvard Crimson, where she graduated summa cum laude with a degree in Physics. She was also a management consultant for McKinsey & Company, where she learned the ins and outs of the business world—and many, many airports. Life-goals include running a marathon and filling up all the extra pages in her passport.More from this Author