With no real background on programming concepts or relatives familiar with computers leave alone how to code, I learnt how to program from a roommate in the university. I am not even doing a CS; but a B.A in communication and media,so I found it a bit hard and strange to grasp the concepts...and guess what?!?😅 It was just HTML! I hadn't gotten into the real stuffs (I mean the likes of PHP,ES6, Java bla bla bla) but I was determined to know how to program. My roommate (he's currently a 4th year CS student at a local university here in Kenya) handed me an outdated PDF book on "Introduction to HTML and CSS, How to Build Websites", which in fact I wasn't aware that it was a bit outdated 😂😂😂 only to try to catch up with the reality which was 7years ahead of me😂😂😂.
I believe CS is not a prerequisite for knowing how to program. And I have been making tremendous progress to my belief...and life moves on 😁
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