Discussion on: Don't Give Up On Learning JavaScript After Three Weeks

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Zachary Stone

Great post and encouragement. I've been a programmer since 2016, and have worked professionally the past three years. I can say, the more I learn, the more I realize I have only scratched the surface. That being said, learning how to problem solve like a programmer makes it easier to see JavaScript and other languages as a tool set, one that allows you to read the manual when you forget what a tool does. I still wouldn't call myself proficient in any one language, but I have gotten more confident in programming, and I can pick up a new programming language well enough to work through it with some assistance from a senior dev.

Love your perspective and attitude!