We all learn differently. It can be helpful to first understand your unique learning style. Once you understand how you learn best, you can find the tutorials, communities, and other opportunities that work best for you.
Once you find those resources, the best way to learn #NoCode is to build — ideally everyday — and experiment. At first, you likely won't be that good. But don't give up. Keep going. Keep trying. Keep building.
Beyond that, there isn't a "right" way to learn nocode. The landscape is quite varied and what works for one person, may not work for another. Take connection tools like Zapier, Integromat and n8n. There is overlap in what these tools connect. But there are nuances when you start to look at the exact triggers and actions that each tool supports. For that reason, one may be better for you than the other. The interfaces and pricing models also differ. You're only going to know which one is right for you by building and experimenting.
The more you build and experiment, the quicker you'll develop a sense of what tools are a fit for you.
OK. Now that you know you should build every day, the next logical question is: Where does one start?
There are a number of great free and paid resources available.
If you're on Twitter, one place it start is by following the hashtag #BuildInPublic. It's a great way to easily connect with other #NoCode makers who are at varying stages of their NoCode journey.
Another hashtag to follow is #100DaysofNoCode.
One thing you'll notice in these tweets and in #NoCode communities is the value placed on sharing wins, struggles, and learnings. Stuck on something? Share it. Maybe someone else will have advice. Discovered something neat about a tool? Share it. Maybe someone else will benefit too. (Plus teaching is a great way to reinforce what you've learned). Reached a milestone? Share it. Maybe that's the piece of inspiration someone needs to keep going.
Still looking for more advice? Check out one of these Twitter threads.