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To be honest, given your other question, I'd strongly suggest that you leave mobile development on the shelf for a while and start by learning to develop software for a sightly more friendly environment first: it's a lot easier to get the basics sorted and learn how to design and develop code generally before you start moving to mobile apps, which are a lot more complex to get going with.
Start with C# on Windows, and get that right, then look at Xamarin for mobile development and you can leverage what you have learnt into the new environment.
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You have to follow step by step.
The first step is to tell yourself that you love programming.
The second step, you tell yourself that coding is what you are dreaming of.
The next step you will need to become Google expert.