A word from Mark...
Programming is a hard concept to grasp in the beginning, but with repeated practice, patience, and self-love you will come to understand it.
Don’t be discouraged if you have to re-watch sections over-and-over again. Reach out to other developers, especially those at the same level as you.
I taught myself how to code as a child by connecting with other developers online. I shared problems with them, studied their code, shared my code, and applied the problem solving method covered in the introduction of this course (it’s free to watch).
I also helped other developers fix their problems, which was key for cementing my knowledge and contributing to the community.
So, if you get stuck don’t be afraid to ask questions, and if you know the answer to someone else's question, don’t be afraid to answer it. This will help you learn faster, and build your authority in the developer community.
And if no one else answers, I do my best to respond to all students' questions within 7 business days, but sometimes sooner.
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