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re: After Bootcamp: Taking A Break From Coding VIEW POST

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re: im not a fan of the bootcamp program. It teaches students that burnout syndrome is natural.. Its not. A pragmatic programmer is lazy, and follows t...
 

Thank you so much for your response. I completely agree that CS is an artistic process. I’m enjoying it so much more now that I am deciding when and HOW MUCH I code. I love the way you described it—some days deleting stuff is enough. :) Hope you have a great weekend.

 

Always! Thank you for asking. Honestly as long as you're having fun doing what you do, that's all that matters. Humans have a funny way of setting invisible barrier by manifesting what they cant do; rather then focusing on what they can do.

If i could give one piece of advice to a greenhorn, is that your mind is limited by infinity. There is not limit to how much you can and will learn. When i started coding basic and c on my AT&T x86 and VT100 when i was 9; I never would have imagined that i would land jobs making video games, GPUs, or quantum computers, and learn 30+ something languages.. GTFO. i would have said.

Just find fun stuff to work on and everything else falls into place..

GL;HC;
~z

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