Learning to code can be intimidating. It always takes some time and attention to develop any new skill, but for one with as many approaches as programming, it can be particularly nerve-wracking, especially when you've never dipped into those murky waters before.
Even if you fall into that absolute beginner category, the package of training in The 2020 Comprehensive Programming Collection offers up some solid primers on the basic languages, tools, and methods for building websites, creating apps and basically becoming a one-person digital content machine.
Since game development is bound to capture nearly any new programmer's interests, the Mobile Game Development for Beginners gets into coding on the Unity game engine as you start building your own mobile games for Android and iOS devices. Then the Build a Micro-Strategy Game explores Unity further as you create a game about building and managing a colony on Mars.
Finally, this training concludes with instruction in a pair of avenue-expanding new fields, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. In Machine Learning for Beginners with Tensorflow, you'll learn with a practical hands-on project building a program where computers run through a series of tasks, spot patterns, then react according to your instructions.
Then, Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) for Image Classification will have you crafting CNNs of your own, the image recognition technology behind self-driving cars, facial recognition, fingerprint matching and more.
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