Just started getting into programming for data science and feeling overwhelmed?
Need help with tutorials and keeping motivated?
I GOT YOU!
There are so many different resources out there, how do you find the one that’s going to help you learn the skills effectively?
Also, why does everything out there have to be so complicated and boring?
You need someone to help you!
First things first, my number 1 tip…
… DO NOT TRY TO LEARN EVERYTHING!
There is no point trying to master everything. You won’t use it all and to be honest, it’ll probably be outdated in a few years.
I was fortunate in my STEM background and working at a tech company with machine learning engineers allowed me to get access to a lot of support.
But not everyone gets help.
That’s why with Artificially Intelligent Claire I am curating the best resources, motivational tips and processes that will help remove the overwhelm from learning to code.
You will be able to master the key topics and start having the impact you want.
How to use the AI Claire resources
Any resources tagged with Newbie will be suitable for you.
I do not have a beginner course for learning to code or machine learning. And I don’t plan to.
There are so many great resources out there. Instead, you can use AI Claire to help you filter them down and find the ones that will work for you.
Once you have chosen a course, you can use my articles and tutorials for some extra support on your journey!
Where do you start on the Newbie level?
For where you are now, I recommend these three posts to get you started.
- Introduction to AI
- Why learn to code and how to choose a course
- An introduction to HTML and CSS – the first coding languages to try
- A Beginner’s Guide to Python – the most popular programming language for data science
To see resources suitable for your level – check the tags.
Your resources will have the tags: All Levels or Newbie
Get your hands on my free Bootcamp to help you decide where to learn to code and give you a flavour for my teaching style.
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If you want to explore the resources in more detail, I think you will be interested in these categories:
In a hurry?
Try these flash posts.
Each flash post has the tag ‘Quick Reads’.
Quick to digest, and highly practical – a great place to start if you’re in a rush!