I've made crazy progress in the last couple of weeks. As a result of that, I've managed to get my grubby hands onto SQL and I've even wrestled with which database management system to use. I used Digital Oceans' succinct article to settle on PostgreSQL.
I first looked at Flask and Django because people said that if I want to use Python on a webpage I'd need a web framework. Turns out, the simpler thing to learn is not a web framework but a template engine.
I stumbled into an idle moment and used it to ponder digital literacy. I'll summarise the Wikipedia link's summary as the abilities to:
Someone responded to "whiteboard algorithm hazing" and a lot of other programmers followed suit. The term refers to when interviewers make you write code on a whiteboard.
I have to work on urgent stuff so I can't go on with Flask for the moment. :( But I want to quickly pen down what I think might be the relatively easiest way to go from knowing nada to learning to make a web app, based on my experience.