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Regarding programming there are a lot of different formal methodologies for how you should go about it. But a lot of those assume you are already knowledgeable in the programming language and coding task at hand.
There's also a lot of differing ideas on how to best learn things. But most of these are geared for pure learning, and don't really address the situation of a busy person who just wants to learn enough to get something done, for which there may not be examples, documentation, or mentors.
The most effective method I've seen for this kind of situation I picked up from some mathematician/programmers on one of my projects, which they called "Toy Driven Development". I've adopted that style with my own personal projects to good effect.
Starting from zero, you think about the general goal you want to get to, and identify one or more problems you think you'll need to solve in order to get there. Select the simplest sounding problem…