“bad at coding” the same way students have learned to label themselves “bad at math.”
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Steve Krouse

Interesting, I am “bad at math” but make a living as a programmer while still saying I’m “bad at coding”. The difference between the two, for me, is in application. From 13 years old I saw what code could do outside of the classroom.

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