No. You might have come across some online classes that use custom built tools to teach you coding. The biggest problem with something like this is that it’s not what you’ll be using on the job.

This comes from the belief that you need to be prepared to do real coding work for a large company. Even if your goal is to learn how to code for your own benefit, don’t you want to follow the same coding practices used by big companies?

Instead of learning a custom environment and then only being able to do things inside that environment, you’ll learn common and well established ways to code. These methods are used by big companies for a reason. They work.

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