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Frequently Asked Questions.
No, coding is not hard to learn. Much like any other skill, learning how to code requires time and persistence. The difficulty will depend on the programming language itself and what kind of software you’d like to make
Simply put, coding is used for communicating with computers. People use coding to give computers and other machines instructions on what actions to perform. Further, we use it to program the websites, apps, and other technologies we interact with every day.
Working with code has been generally easier. You should note that both activities range on a scale from extremely easy to almost impossible, so it’s not possible to give an absolute answer to “which is harder”. People do very easy mathematics sometimes. Some people do coding that is close to impossible.
Not necessarily. You can be a great programmer even if you were bad at math in school. I mean, I’ve been programming for the last 20 years and I never had to open a math book to remind myself of something I had to know but forgot. I did quite a lot of math both in High School and at the University.
About 3 – 6 Months
With passion and focus, an hour or two a day can go a long way over the course of several months. Whether it’s through programs like our After-Hours Bootcamp, or utilizing online resources, it’s very possible to find a way to balance coding with your busy schedule.