There are so many different ways to learn computer stuff. I’ve personally used every one of them to learn programming, graphic design, web development, and more. Here are the top five.
1. The traditional curriculum of your high school or college. These classes include a lot of theory and practical projects, but they do not provide you with what you need in the real world.
If you want to learn computers, your best bet is to get an Associates degree in Computer Science or Information Systems. These classes also give you a lot of practical experience building websites, writing software, and writing e-mail. You can also take a few courses in the middle school or high school years, but these are more for writing papers and tests. These courses also tend to have a lot of overlap with the classes you would take on your college’s curriculum.
The trouble is that when you’re doing the “real world” work of programming computers, your degree is not going to be as easy to apply for as it would be if you were doing the “academic” work of programming computers. You have to pass a variety of tests, see a teacher, and take classes like “Introduction to Programming” at the end of your degree.
Although a lot of these courses are computer science related, other fields are also considered computer science courses. These can be anything from computer programming to computer networking to data analytics, and even computer games. These classes can range from $35 to $100, and the courses can be taken in a classroom or online.
The first computer science course I took was Introduction to Computer Science which was online. It was a one-week class, and consisted of writing a program for a computer, running the program, and reading the output of the program. I ended up doing a lot of my own programming work during this course.