Last post about things I wish I would know when I started programming.
Hey guys! How it is going? I was creating youtube video for a whole day today. I will probably upload it tomorrow. Anyway, let's go! Credits as always for Ken Mazaika!
1. Programming is about using the right tool for the job. There are so many different open source libraries, tools, and frameworks at your disposal. So you need to grow your developer toolkit and understand which tool makes sense for each problem that they encounter.
2. It’s common to give up right before the change is about to happen. Learning to code (especially to the point where you can switch careers) is a lot of work. It takes time and a lot of discipline, but it is possible. Too many people make the mistake of doing almost enough work to get where they want.
3. Learning to code isn’t easy. But that’s why it’s worth doing. I recommend trying to code!
That was very exciting series. I hope you liked it! Let me know in comments! Have a great Sunday!
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Next post about things I wish I would know when I started programming. .
It is Part 6! I am so excited to tell you more about them! It is almost the end of the series of those posts. How do you like it so far?
Let's go! credits for Ken Mazaika
1. An algorithm is like finding a name in a phonebook. Algorithms are a step-by-step approach where there is exactly one correct next step. An easier way to think about this is the strategy that you would take to find one specific name in a phonebook.
2. You’re never going to feel like you’re ready to program full time. Imposter syndrome is real. Try to remember that it’s normal to not know everything. The most important thing is understanding that you can figure out the stuff that you don’t know. I will talk about imposter syndrome in next posts a lot!
3. Programmers never stop learning. New technologies come out all the time, so the programmers that succeed are the ones who continue to learn and develop their craft on an ongoing basis. I love this! You have to always improve, be better every single day! Keep hustling!
What do you think guys? Let me know in comments!