One cannot become a good programmer if the basics aren’t clear and strong. Having a fair understanding of the fundamentals such as data structures, variables, control structures, syntax, tools, text editors, etc. would make the coding journey way easier.
1. Understand the problem. Understand what needs to be built and how it should function.📝
2. Design. Before diving into programming, have a blueprint ready.📃
3. Coding. Read Robert Martin's Clean Code.👨💻
4. Testing & debugging. ⚠️
5. Deployment. 🚀
Happy Coding 👏
Writing code accounts for only 30% of the effort required to launch a successful product.
The remaining 70% is spent on advertising, sales, providing support, and having fun, all of which require hundreds of hours of hard work.
-A market for which the product is being targeted.
- A product that solves a specific need.
- A fantastic founding team capable of adapting the product to meet the target market's needs.
Curious to know why the market comes first?
A product exists primarily to address a problem for a specific target audience.
We cannot begin by developing a product. Instead, we define a problem in a specific area (market) and then proceed to a product for them.