<^>I started here on 17/12/2016:
I wasn't new to programming though :
I've been tightly glued to the app since :
so how many hours per day?
well it depends on how long I sleep :
today I slept for 4 hrs:
and thus spent 20 hrs! <^>
I started in mid October 2016 and got addicted to it almost instantly. I would say on average I spend around 3 hrs per day. It's way better than wasting time watching stupid TV shows which I'm not interested in in the first place. Helped me a lot by giving me a chance to explore languages I've not tried before, i.e. Python and Java and made me much better in fast code evaluation :D
Like 5 months ago.
I spend 8 hours a day on it.
I have to work, and I can't bring a laptop, so I have to code on this phone. Sometimes it makes my fingers hurt. I hope to get another job eventually.
Joined at the end of December almost January, back then I used it 3-4 hrs and sometimes even upto midnight. From now(about one month) very busy so will use it when I have time.
But I can't live without opening Sololearn at least 5-10mins a day.
I think I started almost at the same time, or maybe end of October. I used to spend almost every free time I had, then I stopped using the app for a while, and finally this last weeks I started using it again
I went to school for c++, a long time ago. Didnt finish, got into the work force young. Than became a young father than an entrepreneur, but never stopped dealing with cpu's from hardware to software-installation.
Than said F*@$ it, an dedicated all free time to learning c.py, which as a responsible adult, is kinda difficult... I backed away from the app (temporarily). I'v been doing alot of background research on the mechanics, in depth.
Via: vids learning the (whys an why not's), or visually capturing the methodology. This link is for people that like to see the conceptualization, of "things".
Check this Python Programming: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6lxxT7IdTxFKo9DguLxGM2dhgb8-u976