One does not simply learn to code
Quincy Larson

Very Very ….and i might add one more …Very.. true !

I am a professional programmer who has coded on IBM mainframes for the last 20 years. But for the past couple of months, i have been learning web development on my own time from home. It is a humbling experience. While i can relate a lot of concepts because of my prior experience , it is by no means a piece of cake. Like any thing in life , to be good at anything takes time and efforts….and mistakes will be done along the way. That is an essential part of the learning experience. No one, and i repeat — no one gets it right the very first time.

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