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Being the best programmer (Advice)

Hello... Who ever started a course, a project or started working on something new (coding) overall and at some point feel discouraged, weak or out of sort because of continues failure? Tips to get you going: 1. You aren't called a programmer cause of your ability to learn but your ability to keep learning. 2. Don't ever make the mistake of thinking of how difficult the subject is, just keep thinking of the joy you get once your done with it. 3. Even the best of programmers fails so why be excluded...

7/29/2017 6:37:21 AM

Ganiyu Olalekan

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programming most of the time is just keep on learning, and every error is a lesson or just a small test, keep on trying and don't give up and learn from your mistakes

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awesome thanks!

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true and motivating 👍😊

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nice :p 2 things i would like to add: -set yourself realistic goals and try to reach them, you will see how fast you can approach even big projects -order, organization and planning is key to keep track of your project and really makes debugging a lot easier :)

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It's not easy nowadays for Nigerian coders and I think coders around the globe. Reason being that the market out there is crowded with a lot of coders. Nevertheless, this ain't a bad thing. It only allows us to improve on ourselves and attitudes most especially. Now it isn't just advisable to learn coding for the glory of showing ourselves off as programmers but rather we learn coding to bring our ideas to life.

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Motivated for more now!

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great thanks !! :D

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print("True")

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thats a positive thinking thanks

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Great motivation!

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Srsly bro this should stop 😒

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thanks

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@Minin not much to say about that, the headliner was BEING THE BEST PROGRAMMER so you were to assume every details to be program based. thus when coding you make mistakes, learn from your mistakes and keep learning (coding)... couldn't breakdown the words thou cause of the short range of text given just had to get the points out, but thanks...

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Programming is all about patience.

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thanks a lot

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You're called a programmer because of your ability to code, not cause you have the ability to "keep learning", then you're a student.