Why I’m learning to code

& why you should or shouldn’t do it

Photo by Roman Synkevych on Unsplash

Coding is not for everyone, I learnt this when I first attempted to learn how to code.

I was so confident that I was going to learn how to develop an application that nothing was going to stop me. I bought my Udemy course, pilled up the coffee and grabbed my beats headphones and every day I had a crack at it.

Navigating my way through this lecture of self-consciousness, with an afternoon break of self-confidence and a tutorial on self-belief.

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