The journey of always starting programmer

I've decided to document my progress in learning programming. I am a student at CTU in Prague, where I study electrical engineering. First semester we had Java basics — that was my first try at programming. From that moment onwards I had this feeling of learning programming. I was oscilating around some tutorials, Swift etc. and never really dug deep into reading books and actually putting in the needed work. I always started new things / languages, watched new and new tutorials, but never actually did any project (though I recommend watching The Coding Train by Daniel Shiffman, I love it).

Until recently, when I found Free Code Camp, which hooked me instantly. I was doing the basic HTML and CSS tutorials. Then, I found a post on the forum by user P1xt named Guide: Web Development with Computer Science Foundations — comprehensive path. There I picked up the YDKJS, I finished the Up & Going book. I will definitely come back and re-read it again.

I am currently enrolled in the CS50 class, where today I finished p-set 0 here is link for silly project. This is my first real project, even though small and silly. I hope to keep going in this class, hopefully my motivation will not betray me.

These posts are for me to reflect on my learning and my first try at this blogging thing. I don't even know if someone is going to read this (if actually yes, feel free to contact me).

Keep on programming,
L.

PS: Sorry for my english, it is not my first language.