C++ and Python. I'm a beginner... my major was business but I changed, wanted to do something wonderful. Something I'm interested in, though I thought it was difficult and a little daunting. But, I figured I do what seems scary because isn't that what life all about?
Yeah sorry, the internet makes me more of a jerk than I usually am. I was asking because you find the best frustrations when you have to use a debugger to fix something (but the most rewarding moments too).
Our true personalities shine when we are behind a mask as you will soon see mine.
I was not offended at all. I know I didn't even scratch the surface of this language but i'm super excited to be challenged and thrilled all at the same time.
Well if you keep that spirit you should do just fine. Programming is not so much about memorizing as much stuff as you can as it is about thinking about ways to solve problems and usually the people that love to be challenged and love figuring things out are the ones that make it.
Programming is not so much about memorizing as much stuff as you can as it is about thinking about ways to solve problems and usually the people that love to be challenged and love figuring things out are the ones that make it.
Pretty much this. Programming is problem solving. Memorization can help you remember previous solutions but that's about it.
I have to keep my spirits up! It's the only way to survive. But seriously, I'm 23. I started to seriously consider being a programmer when I was 20.
Kinda of late, right?
At least that's what people have been telling me. They said I was crazy to add computer science as a double major with Marketing.
But I had such an admiration for this field that I just had to just try out my dream.