Introduction to Programming – Demo Lesson from our VBA Class
We have a challenge in our VBA class. Many of the students who join our VBA program have no formal programming background. They may have written a few simple programs long time ago, but most of them lack basic understanding of programming. Teaching VBA can be difficult if we do not address this problem.
So, we have added a lesson on “Introduction to Programming”. In this lesson, our aim is to introduce programming to non-programers.
Since many of you are considering to join our VBA classes, it is appropriate that we give this introduction to programming lesson as a demo lesson. Please watch it below.
Introduction to Programming lesson
What is in this lesson?
In this lesson, we will learn,
- What do the terms program and programming mean?
- Hello World Programs in VBA
- Programming Concepts – Variables
- Exception Handling
- Graphical Elements
Watch the lesson [55 Min, Part 1]:
Download the Presentation & Workbook
Click here to download the workbook with HelloWorld example macros (you need to view code on the workbook).
To Watch the second part of this video + more on VBA:
There is more to this lesson. In Part 2 (30 more mins), we discuss various programming jargon & share tips on how to start programming.
You can get the part 2 and more lessons on VBA by joining our VBA classes.
Please note that registrations will be closing next Friday – 20th May.
How would you introduce programming to a layman:
Please tell me how you would introduce programming to a layman, using comments. I would like to learn from your perspective.
PS: Go ahead and join our VBA Class if you want to become awesome in VBA.
PPS: Check out introduction to Excel too.
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