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To become a programmer, you’ll need to take courses in related fields, like logic, math, and programming languages. It’s also important to get familiar with the different kinds of programming and decide which one suits your skills and interests best. For example, maybe you want to be a web programmer, or possibly desktop applications are more up your alley. Once you decide what kind of programmer you’d like to be, focus on learning the core concepts and programming languages in your chosen specialization. Don’t forget to apply your knowledge as you learn by experimenting with your own programs! For more advice from our Engineering co-author, including how to become a web programmer, read on!
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