I graduated in IT software development both in varsity and in a software development company. I'm currently contracting as a systems engineer, getting exposure on Linux administration and scripting. I'm brutally honest and I don't make promises. Ever.
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Lindokuhle speaks Zulu, English, and Xhosa
Everyday was a drill I didn't really stick to one role I had to be flexible and adapt, done plenty of tasks as I could whilst maintaining best code quality, threw around ideas during daily planning sessions, hosted stand up meetings occasionally
When I enrolled for IT I had no prior knowledge of computers or whatsoever, felt overwhelmed for a while. I didn't own a laptop until I finished but that didn't stop me from practicing code with nothing but a pen and paper.
I started using CSS before it was taught in my Internet Programming Module in varsity, but that goes for most of the programming and scripting languages I've learned. CSS is not hard and wouldn't take time to grasp.
Lindokuhle teaches CSS at High School, University/College, and Adult level(s)
HTML is one of the simplest languages to learn and apply, but should not be underestimated. It's not rocket science and doesn't require intense studying and practice. And like any other language it's fun to learn.
Lindokuhle teaches HTML at High School, University/College, and Adult level(s)
I'm not the BEST tutor for this subject, I just know the simplest ways of learning any given programming language. At the end of the day it's not about the programming language, it all comes down to logic and syntax.
Lindokuhle teaches Java at High School and University/College level(s)