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Discussion on: I'm stuck instead of moving forward. Now what?

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Bugsy Sailor

I never intended to become a web developer. But I intended to put my ideas into the world. Being a developer was never the end goal, just the path to doing so.

Personally, I would challenging you to stop thinking about what you want to learn, and answer, what do you want to create?

What's a website? A service? An app? Something that you passionately want to see in the world. Whether it a be an actual business model or a hobby, you'll learn a tremendous amount of development skills along the way. Along with other related skills.

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{ marcio } Author

Ohh, well put. I haven’t thought about it this way yet. Thank you! 😊🙏

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Melissa Heying

I agree with this so much! I’m in a bootcamp and currently working on my final project. Except this project, I’m in charge of what I want to make. I feel like I’m learning so much during this final project because I’m creating something instead of studying what everything does. Now I understand when they say “you learn by doing”.

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{ marcio } Author

Yep. The first time I tried a simple JavaScript exercise after finishing my udemy course, I understood what that means as well. Keep it up! :)