|Nov13-12, 11:29 AM||#1|
How long does it take to learn web-programming from scratch?
Is it possible to learn web programming in a year without any previous experience and be able to build complex website? I mean not just simple home pages but sites with many functions like Facebook (Offcourse I don't mean the Facebook so big like it is today, but like it was when Zuck first launched it from his dorm-room) or some kind of prototype Twitter, or blogger etc.
|Nov15-12, 04:56 PM||#2|
Depends, do you have ANY programming experience?
You could build a prototype of Twitter in an afternoon, and in fact has become a sort of "Hello World" for learning certain languages.
Lemme know what your expectations are, what kind of project you're thinking of, and I can help you from there.
|Nov15-12, 05:02 PM||#3|
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As OMGCarlos has commented, it really depends if you have other programming or computer concept experience. Math and logic skills also really help.
Also as OMGCarlos said, the core concept of a blog or twitter feed is extremely straight forward and simple. It becomes more difficult when you scale the simple concepts to serve millions of people.
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