The unlikely history of the #100DaysOfCode Challenge, and why you should try it for 2018
Quincy Larson

90% of the time I think I am learning way too slow. And there is a huge chance that I might not be working at a tech industry. And coding is kind of difficult.

However after one hour of learning it, coding and practicing, the joy I get from learning new stuff overwhelm every worry that I’ve had before that. All of the things I mentioned above don’t matter any more. If you are like me, keep pushing through and don’t give up. If you really like coding, you do it anyway. Not for a job, not for anyone to be proud of you, you did it cos you enjoy doing it.