Hi all. I hope you're all keeping well during these difficult times. Do any of you have any experience of coding? If so, do you enjoy it? What are your job prospects like? The reason I ask is that I work in the travel industry. We are anongst the worst affected by the fall out in jobs and there's just no guarantee that things will return to normal once this whole thing blows over. As a consequence, I've been thinking about how I can best use my time right now (I'm on furlough) and have been strongly considering learning how to code, because to my understanding there are plenty of courses that can be done from home and with the way technology is constantly improving, I can only foresee more job opportunities continuing to increase for those with the right skillset and experience. Is there anyone here that can offer any advice? I didn't study computer science at university (I studied archaeology) and am an absolute beginner, but I've started an intro course on Grasshopper (through Google) to give me a feel of what coding actually is and whether I'd enjoy it or not. If I decide that I enjoy this, I will speak to recruiters to find out what they would need to see from me for me to seriously look at a career change. I've also watched plenty of videos from Software Developers on YouTube to get a feel of how feasible a career change might be (I'm 30). I'm looking at www.codeacademy.com and udemy also. Whilst I'm cracking on with this intro course, if anyone has any insight that they'd like to share, any helpful tips or experience of working in the industry, I'm all ears. Stay safe all.