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Confident Coding

How to Write Code and Futureproof Your Career

Take your career to the next professional level and give yourself that competitive edge by learning the essentials of coding with this friendly and easy-to-understand guide.
EAN: 9781789663082
Edition: 2
Format: 215x140
336 pages

About the book

BRONZE RUNNER UP: Axiom Awards 2018 - Business Technology Category (1st edition)

Coding is one of the most in-demand skills in the job market. Whether you're an entrepreneur, a recent graduate or a professional, you can supercharge your career simply by grasping the fundamentals, and Confident Coding is here to help.

This new and improved second edition of the award-winning book gives you a step-by-step learning guide to HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Python, building iPhone and Android apps and debugging. For entrepreneurs, being able to create your own website or app can grant you valuable freedom and revolutionize your business. For aspiring developers, this book will give you the building blocks to embark on your career path. For working professionals, coding skills can add a valuable edge to your CV. Whatever your professional profile, if you want to master the fundamentals of coding and kick start your career, Confident Coding is the book for you.

About the Confident series...
From coding and web design to data, digital content and cyber security, the Confident books are the perfect beginner's resource for enhancing your professional life, whatever your career path.

About the authors

Rob Percival is a web developer, author and entrepreneur who has taught over 500,000 students how to code through his online courses on Udemy. His courses have been translated into over five different languages and have taught people all around the world to become proficient and confident web-developers.

Darren Woods is Managing Director of Synapture, a Cambridge-based Web/Software Development Agency. Alongside his development work, he teaches a Pre-Diploma Computer Science course and A-Level Computer Science.

If you want to teach yourself one of the most important skills of the future, read this book. Rob Percival has produced a thoroughly accessible and comprehensive how-to guide for learning how to code. Far from being a dry instruction manual, this book makes understanding coding easy and is a brilliant jumping off point for anyone to build a more exciting and sustainable career.

Tricia Kelleher, Head of The Stephen Perse Foundation