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Newbie to the site - Looking for some guidance if possible
Hey, my first post here, looking forward to becoming a member of the community!
My question is, i have been a music producer for 2 years, and things aren't really working out at the moment, i have decided to make a switch over in to app development
My problem : i have ZERO experience with app development, coding or anything. I have spent my time doing music and music only so i have no experience with app development
My pro's : I can/will put around 110 hours a week in to learning, I'm quite a fast learner, i already on an iMac/ iPhone, with intention to buy a new pro and iPad (once you buy one, you need them all),
I wanted to ask if somebody could point me in the direction of what i need to learn now, even a paid course would be great, I basically want to know what i need to learn to be able to programme, i know i need to learn language C, but i don't know what that is (as of yet) - so any book or anything would be great
I have done quite a bit of research online and i understand 'the process' - simplified i understand you sign up to apple as an official developer, you make your apps, test them out, submit them and advertise to hell
Any help/ guidance you could give me would be great - i basically want to know where i need to go from here (from zero to being able to build a stable app)