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There are a hundred ways to cut a pie, but what is the right way? As a beginner, you will have no way to know if the information you are reading is indeed a best practice.
Pros Paid courses are generally well organized and separated into easily digestible courses that are specifically designed for beginners. You just need to follow the curriculum and you are on your way.
You will be learning the best practices of coding from accredited professionals. Cons Typical courses go through all aspect of website coding.
You may need to go through a good chunk of the course before you can learn the specific thing you need. The courses are comprehensive that cover not just the basics.
So as you get better at coding, you will have access to more advanced tutorials.
They pretty much cover everything from programming to graphic design, and you have access to all their courses under one membership that you can cancel at any time. Learning how to code is very visual. The videos really help make complex ideas easier to understand. So expect some setup time at the beginning. Once you have the programs install, there are no more maintenance or setup to do.
You could build a personal site and learn what you need to get it done. That's how absolutely countless developers have cut their teeth, including me. I wanted a personal website years ago, and I struggled through getting a self-hosted WordPress site online so I could have full control over everything and bend it to my will.
Once you have an actual website online, and you know at least some people are seeing it, it gives you all the motivation in the world to keep going and evolve further.
The way you actually learn is going to be a combination of all this stuff.
Like, if they are, their amazingness triples because it means their creative genius was delivered by a lightning bolt at birth.
They don't need anyone else to learn; they merely look at those guitar strings and know what to do.
And if they were taught by a teacher, then, well, that's all out the door. If they are good at all, then it's because the teacher delivered that to them.
Total nonsense. People learn anything — music and web development included — inside a hurricane of influences. Learning to play comes in many forms.
You learn by listening to music an awful lot. You can do fundamental practice, like finger exercises and going up and down scales. You can learn to transpose chords on a chalkboard. You can watch YouTube all day and night. You can sign up for online courses.
You can go to local jams to watch and play along. You can join a band. You can take lessons from someone advertising on Craigslist. You can go to a local music school.