My non-fiction is usually just rants about my nerdy interests to some degree. Some of them are large enough they could probably be published as books. :P
As for my fiction, I've finished a few short stories, and actually taught creative writing for a short while, but I haven't writing any fiction for some time, mostly because I'm still planning the worlds and characters for one particular piece of fiction.
I've always wanted to try nanowrimo, but I always end up way too busy in november for one reason or another. 1,700 words a day is a surprisingly high bar when I'm so picky about how I word things, in fiction.
In non-fiction, I can just pump out fact after fact and only worry about being understood. But in fiction, I always get incredibly caught up in polishing the pacing and the dialogue, and it takes me 3 hours just to write 1,000 words.
And I've rambled out way too long an answer for such a short question. Sorry :P
Beyond that, it depends on the platform and purpose you want to code for.
As far as tutorials go, I always recommend w3schools.com
@aminewatcher thank you kind sir! I've been learning some css and html now. Hoping that at least i could understand the basic.
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