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Hi guys
I was thinking about learning HTML 5. Is it worth it? Is it useful? Is it easy enough to learn by myself? Or is it complex and will i have to buy a program to teach me?

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Probably worth it, but you should learn python, since it makes Monty Python jokes.



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Probably worth it, but you should learn python, since it makes Monty Python jokes.


Lol.

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Yes, it is worth it if you plan on doing any kind of coding in the future. It is not hard at all. You can pick a book up from Amazon for around $20-$30 to give you instructions also. ( http://www.amazon.co...&keywords=html5 ) ( http://www.amazon.co...&keywords=html5

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for example. Code.org will help a lot if you plan on learning coding and are new at it. 


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Yes, it is worth it if you plan on doing any kind of coding in the future. It is not hard at all. You can pick a book up from Amazon for around $20-$30 to give you instructions also. ( http://www.amazon.co...&keywords=html5 ) ( http://www.amazon.co...&keywords=html5
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for example. Code.org will help a lot if you plan on learning coding and are new at it.

Thanks Eggo ill have a look and maybe buy one of them.

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HTML5 is the next big thing.  I shamefully admit that I haven't learnt it yet - or indeed even tried to - but I would strongly recommend it to anyone who is interested.. HTML5 isn't one of these things which will be laughed at in 6 months :P






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