You Need to Stop Thinking and Start Doing (and actually finish what you start)
This post is for the people out there that are thinking about learning to code, or have been trying for a few weeks without much success. I am only a few months ahead of you, and I wish someone had told this to me when I first started my journey.
The point I am trying to make is that the internet has a million resources to teach you how to code, but a billion more opinions on how to learn it. Do your research, but don’t waste your time on the research part. If you read great things on a course/bootcamp that seems legit, sign up and freaking do it! Do not obsess over the negative reviews. Reviews are biased. You will never find a resource out there that has 100% customer satisfaction. Stop googling other alternatives and wasting time instead of struggling through the actual process of coding and fixing bugs. I promise you, if you don’t commit now to something and finish it, you will never take the next step. You will get stuck in the world og reading people’s opinions/blogs about how you should learn instead of actually learning. And then you will give up and hate yourself for giving up.
Today, spend maybe 20–30 minutes and find a book/course/bootcamp and actually commit to finishing it. There is nothing else better for your learning than to JUST DO IT. Brought to you by Nike, the unofficial sponsor of this blog post.
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