Do you want to become a software developer? Or a better one?

I'll soon be starting an online training course for absolute beginners who want to learn computer programming so as to start a career in software development. This will also be beneficial for those who already studied software engineering or BTech or such but do not understand concepts well, and need expert hands-on help. It will also help already working software engineers understand coding better and do their job better.

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  1. All for the Best, by Edgar A. Guest
    All that happens, happens for our good. We only come to see the good in it later.
  2. A child wonders about how much a mother loves it, no matter how old the child has grown.
  3. Himmat Karne Walon Ki Har Nahin Hoti, by Sh. Harivansh Rai Bachchan
    Those who persevere do not taste of defeat.
  4. This mantra appears at the beginning of Jap Ji Sahab, the text written by Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Meaning has been provided.
  5. It Couldn't Be Done, by Edgar A. Guest
    Just carry on working at what you've set your heart out on, ignoring the naysayers, and you'll do anything.
  6. The World Is Against Me, by Edgar A. Guest
    People who had lesser means than you have succeeded. No one but your excuses are against you.
  7. Things Work Out, by Edgar A. Guest
    In the end, everything works out even though in the middle it looks like it has gone all wrong.
  8. Jo Beet Gayi, So Baat Gayi, by Sh. Harivansh Rai Bachchan
    A consolation.