Learn how to program using the metaphors of how cooking and restaurants work.
All Levels, — Video: 4 hours, 24 lectures
Average rating 3.8/5 (3.8)
Understand the basics of cooking and restaurants
In this course, you’ll learn the fundamentals of how programming languages work. Using the metaphor of cooking and restaurants, you’ll get concrete, plain english answers to questions like “What programming language should I learn?” and “What is programming?”
Programming courses and classes have some of the highest dropout rates of any professional domain…that’s because the ideas are often presented in a very abstract way…Don’t worry, this course is different. As long as you understand how a recipe works, you can understand how coding works.
At the most basic level, programming is two things: Ingredients and Preparation. That’s our cooking metaphor…the words a programmer would use for these two terms are Data and Algorithms.
When you cook something, you are taking those raw ingredients and transforming them, cooking them, in some way to get a final result, the plated meal.
Your input is ingredients, your output is a plated meal.
A cookbook contains recipes, each with 2 parts. The ingredients are up top, and the preparation is below. Sometimes there is even a picture of what the final result will look like. Those 3 things, the input, transformation, and output, are the fundamental parts of both cooking and programming.
I spent a lot of time getting very frustrated when I was first starting out learning programming, and I almost quit a few times.
This course is about getting you past the initial stage of total confusion, which for many people lasts for the first few weeks or months of programming, to the next stage where you can learn at your own pace and feel confident knowing you have a solid foundational understanding so you can start to think like a programmer.
Understand the basics of any programming language
Develop an outline and implementation plan for creating an app
Break a problem down to data and functions
Entrepreneurs who want to code or lead a technical team
Professionals who want to add a programming skillset to their resume
Students who want to build their first website or mobile app
“Although it’s good to know what I will be paying for and why I should do so, these 27 minutes did not give me a clear view on what I will be learning. I honestly am in doubt now whether I should take the whole range of courses or start some free lessons at Codecademy.com first…” (Remco La Rivière)
“It was rather boring, but that’s because I’m more of a visual learner, and this didn’t cater to that much. Nonetheless, there was great information here, and the instructor had great ways to look at coding to help it make more sense.” (Gabe Pfeiffer)
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Timothy Kenny is the author of “Accelerated Learning for Entrepreneurs.” He teaches classes and speaks to groups about how to accelerate their learning so that they can build successful businesses faster and with more confidence in their success.
Timothy has taught at the Harvard Innovation lab, The Tufts University Entrepreneurs Society, General Assembly in Boston, and has been a featured teacher on Skillshare, among others. He has consulted with startup teams on how to accelerate their learning, creativity, and growth.
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