Must Love Data & Code: Hello World

Hello World is always the first program you ever learn. It’s the first program everyone learns when they start their adventure into learning to code.

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<h1>Hello World</h1>

Python

print “Hello World”

JavaScript

“Hello World”

Ruby

print “Hello World”

Java

System.out.println(“Hello World”);

Starting is the hardest part of any challenging goal.  To start programming you usually start with an example of printing, Hello World.  Once you execute this short piece of code and see Hello World displayed in the output then you’ve written your first program.

Does that mean you can more work for Google? No, but it’s a step in the right direction to either complete your goal of learning to code or at least  simple understanding of how the things we use everyday are created.

I started learning to code a few years ago and I still don’t think I’ve really gotten it.  What I mean by that is that I’m able to write code and understand it but I haven’t been creating projects with the full stack and creating a portfolio.  That’s what I’m working to accomplish in the next year.  I want use code to help me build a trail.