If you’ve wondered whether you’re the “programming type,” read on to hear what Atlanta Front End Engineering student Emory has discovered.
I’m learning that the “programming type” isn’t just someone who is naturally good at programming a computer. I don’t know if anyone can be naturally good at that. Instead, it’s someone who is resilient, likes to solve problems and and wants to create awesome stuff. I can dig that. I’m learning that moving a little box 4 inches across a screen can sometimes take 3 hours and 2 cups of coffee. I’m learning that a few people can approach a problem in different ways, and all be right or all be wrong. I’m learning that failure is just a way to find out which strategies don’t work.
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