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As a disclaimer, and not to stir the pot, I am fully aware that there are much better laptops in terms of linux compatibility and value than the MacBook Pro. I currently own a MacBook Pro and have a need to use linux.
I've experimented with multiple distributions on my 2012 MacBook Pro and have gotten the majority of them to work once installing the Wifi driver. I'm currently running Ubuntu v19. I'm looking to either run entirely or dual boot a linux distribution now on my 2015, 13in Retina MacBook pro (I would just run it through a vm but since I'm stuck with only 8gb ram, that is not an option). I like using linux for software development as opposed to my daily battles with Homebrew on Mac OS.
- On my 2012 MBP, every distribution feels a little bit glitchy. I'm thinking this is just because it is a 7 year old system with hdd memory, 4gb of ram and an outdated processer. If this is not just because the system and it's an issue that all MBP experience running linux, I'd be very interested in hearing about it.
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My resources on becoming a professional developer (mostly self-taught)
I have done some Java programming in my university, so I don't have to learn concepts like if, for, while, functions, class from scratch.
1) So the first thing I did is installing Ubuntu on my old laptop. This is not a discussion about Windows vs Linux, but my first laptop was so old and rusty that Windows 10 was huge bloatware for it to run. Moreover with Ubuntu things just work smoother for web developers, you have Git, database, SSH, docker out of the box without much configuration. After a while, I took the programming more seriously and bought myself a 500€ Lenovo Thinkpad laptop. The investment was absolutely worth it, without a proper computer I could not have learned programming. If you want to learn Linux, treat yourself an Udemy course, any would help.
If you have money for a MacBook, that would be also very ok. But I would not recommend learning programing on Windows.
2) Second of all. I learn to use git. GitHub is a nice place to start. The commands I use the most are: git add, git commit, git push, git remote, git checkout. The more you know git, the better.
3) The next advice I can give you is, get yourself a proper IDE. Don't dig around too much with a text editor. IntelliJ and Webstorm are so superior for beginners. Programming with WebStorm makes me feel like there is an invisible mentor who takes care of me when I do mistakes.
- Students management app
- Displaying jokes from a Chuck Norris API (I know, pretty silly)- Displaying books from a book API
You should plan your projects carefully. There were three kinds of projects for me: The small one takes about 2 days to finish, the medium one takes one week and bigger ones take about 2 weeks. If you don't know where to begin, just look up a project of the same idea somebody implemented on GitHub. Study his code and try to clone the application yourself. It is no shame to not be original.
7) After 3 months I jump into React.js. Again I studied mostly from Udemy (https://www.udemy.com/course/einstieg-in-react-und-redux/ I know the course is german, but this guy is just gold). React.js and I were a perfect couple from the beginning, props, states, routing are super practical to use. One of the first projects I realized with React.js was, of course, a todo list. After that, I programmed a Kanban application (https://github.com/larapollehn/kanban-task-manager).
Now the fun stuff will come (API). The whole REST API will dominate the market for the next years. To learn more about API I wrote some small applications to display 3rd-party-APIs: like Open Weather API (https://github.com/larapollehn/responsive-weather), Chuck Norris jokes, books API, etc. Also, get yourself a nice REST client like (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/advanced-rest-client/hgmloofddffdnphfgcellkdfbfbjeloo or at least Postman). Of course, you must get your head around HTTP methods, headers, and body.
There are many Udemy project-based courses too. The ones I used are:- https://www.udemy.com/course/react-node-ecommerce/
This is also the time when you should learn about JWT authorization: https://jwt.io/introduction/ (this one will stay for many years and will properly the standard of security for the next years)
I must emphasize: Doing projects are the most important ever in learning development!!!!!
Some more links on project-based learning:
- This one is particularly cool: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msttfIHHkak&t=2558s
8) Programming is not enough. Knowing to deploy stuff is also very important.- Docker and docker-compose (very very nice to have): https://www.udemy.com/course/docker-grundlagen/
- Linux hosting with https://www.digitalocean.com/. Get yourself a domain and a VPS on Digital Ocean. Try to host your stuff there. If you know Linux and docker, everything else is easy peasy. But learning docker and Linux is not trivial.
- More stuff to become an all-round programmer https://www.udemy.com/course/the-complete-junior-to-senior-web-developer-roadmap
9) If you want to get in touch with backend programming. Learn SQL first:
Some advice on the fly:
- Get yourself a mentor.
- Go to hackathons (when the corona pandemic is over).
- Do projects.
- Spend time on GitHub looking for the right library. Don't try to code everything from scratch. NPM is such a diverse ecosystem, for every need of yours, there may be a nice and neat library.
Some books recommendation
I know some of the stuff in my links are in german, but you should be able to find the English equivalent :)