Coding is REALLY Difficult
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Coding is REALLY Difficult

By R23 | My $25,000 Mistake | 3 Dec 2020


Hi everyone,

I wrote a while back about starting my journey as a coder following a realization that I needed to get my life in gear. I have now been trying to code for a few weeks now and wanted to provide a little update (even if nobody is really listening lol).

I have been reading a book called JavaScript for kids by Nick Morgan, and don't let the name fool you it is much more difficult than I would have been able to comprehend as a kid. I have been working on arrays and am now moving onto building objects using the #BraveBrowser about:blank page. I really have to give credit to the people who are coding experts/developers, this stuff is much more difficult than I had ever imagined. To be able to cipher through all of the different variables and functions that JavaScript has to offer is an incredible skill and it makes complex programs and websites look all the more impressive to me now. 

I hope that one day I am able to post tips and tricks to help others be able to code better, but right now I am using random number generators to get a number between 1 and 4 and making cat faces out of basic variable functions.

I would like to begin using an online class/bootcamp in the coming weeks after my school semester comes to an end. I want to learn JavaScript first because it is the language that most resembles Solidity, which I hear is an emerging giant in the blockchain construction field. If anyone has any recommendations, I would love to hear some in the comments section.

Sorry that this post doesn't have more useful information, but I promise that one day I will be making a change in the blockchain ecosystem in some way, and I hope that I can make you all some $$$.

 

Thanks for reading!

 


R23
R23

A new cryptocurrency investor looking to learn as much as possible about smart contracts and coding!


My $25,000 Mistake
My $25,000 Mistake

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