Pre-Programming:- Everything you need to know before you do code

what you learned

  • Understand how basic programming works.
  • Understand how computers work and interact with the latest web technologies.
  • Choose the programming language and the path they want to take in your career.
  • Understand and apply the 8 basic concepts of programming.
  • View, install and edit any content management system
  • Understand global technology trends such as responsive design, foot programming, PaaS systems, and API development.
  • Determine which technology and ecosystem interests you.
  • Understand and apply the concept of a programming framework correctly.
  • Call your friends (they love you) to find out the difference between a framework, a library and an IDE.
  • Talk to others about technology so you don't run out of patience right away.
  • Inspire your friends over drinks with random facts about Bill Gates and Steve Jobs.
  • Finally, suppose Comcast charges you 29.99.


  • internet access
  • A sense of humor


60%+ people are trying to learn programming.


Is it because "programming isn't for everyone"?

Or is it because only those experienced in hard science can learn it?

No, that's not true either. This is simply due to the fact that the majority of people who try it don't have a basic understanding of the technology they are going to use.

If you don't know how the browser works, how can you go for responsive design?

If you don't know why your computer crashes all the time, how do you create a desktop application (without pornography?

The next time your site server crashes due to a "node socket problem" in your entire JavaScript, how do you hide your confused face?

If you've ever taken your computer to a technician and said "let it work" or "it's not working right. Make me laugh  then you need this course. General Chat Chat Lounge

In the next 10 years, the United States is expected to add more than 2 million programming jobs. Jobs that pay more than 100,00000 pkr a year. And it's just America (Merica').

So if you're trying to lie to the Jesters, place your bronze statue of Elon Musk on Mars and start filling in the gaps in your "tech literacy". Until you become a "coding ninja", thanks to all the future coding ninjas you work with (and you shouldn't call them coding ninjas anymore).

About your teacher:

Hi, I'm Aiwan Kimberly. I also struggled to learn the basics of programming. If it wasn't for the programming game, I'd be on the Dream Team.

Today I run a web and mobile development agency called Sprintkick and in the last 4 years we have created and managed over 100 web and mobile applications.

How to manage it as a technician? Well, first I disagreed with the "technically challenging" (bowl) and second it was actually a good striker. All I had to learn was what I needed to know about basic computer, web and programming technology as well as the latest technology trends and innovative concepts.

This course is a quick way to "get out" and finally talk about technology properly and effectively.

This course is for everyone:

  • Anyone interested in learning something that is already struggling or coming out of the process.
  • Anyone who wants to communicate better with the development teams they work with.
  • Anyone can find, track, and manage developers more efficiently.
  • Everyone is interested in the latest trends in internet and mobile technology.

Here is the download links

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