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re: How did you first start out learning programming? VIEW POST

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When I got my MIS in 1989 there were not a lot of women in tech. I ended up dropping out and raising 2 beautiful daughters for 15 yrs and when I returned I took every online course I could take to catch up. Since then I have learned js, html5, css, node, php, ruby, a little python, aws and electrical engineering online. If you really want to code it’s there for you. I used Front End Masters, Lynda.com, pluralsite, stackoverflow, edex, tutsplus, codepen, and on and on! Now I pay it forward with my own site. I give newbies free tutorials in every language I know! Bless the day! Namaste!

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