Hey, my name is Mini.
I don't know how to start this post off properly since this is my first post here, but I shall start it anyway.
Anyway, sorry for that jumbled introduction that probably didn't even explain why I am writing this.
I am writing this post because I don't know where to really start, or what to look forward to in the coming months of learning code. What languages do you think I should be learning primarily? Are there any great sources to help me and increase my learning? (Especially now I have more time because of COVID.)
I am currently learning HTML & CSS through YT tutorials, and I am also going to continue learning the latter via Codecademy. Also, my Brother has said that it would be good for me to start learning JS on Codecademy as well. I have heard that freeCodeCamp() is also a really good source of learning, however, it looks to be way more complex and detailed, meaning that there would be a lot more stuff for me to learn. I have also started to learn GitHub because I know that it will be extremely useful in the future.
Coding or Game Developing isn't even my only dream though.
I want to become a comedian and maybe an actor, but another one of my dreams is that I love games, and coding. And because I have time to start learning to code now, I thought this would be a great place for me to come for any pointers or suggestions to help me.
I think I know that Java and C++, for example, are some of the best and most complex languages for game developing. I know that it would take me time to learn them, and I don't know if there are any special things that I need to get to use them.
Sorry for this very jumbled post, basically in conclusion:
I want to get into coding/maybe web development but really more into game development. Are there any key things that I should stick to and know? If so, it would be awesome if anyone could help me and point me in the right direction :D
P.S I also have recently installed Sublime for my HTML & CSS stuff, but I also got VS Code because I heard that it is very good. But I have also heard that Visual Studio is great as well, so I don't know whether to have VS Code or Visual Studio or both?
Anyway, thank you for taking your time to read this :)