I'm studying english and I think write about what I like is a good way to improve it. I'm sorry for any error I swear that I'm trying.
I always liked computers and related topics, when hackers appeared on TV I reacted like "OMG I WANT TO BE LIKE HIM, THIS IS MY DREAM". Now I'm studying to build things on my own, but on internet people always say "I'm started to program when I was 6 years old, and I sold my first app when I was 11...", this is discouraging because I learning slowly and everything that I do is not enough.
But I keep going 'cause I know that someday I will get where I want.
ay no worries pimp, everybody gotta start somewhere then progress to the higher levels as you go on. Keep going, spend at least an hour doing whatever it is that you love doing the most and u finna be set!
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There are people like that in every line of work. I know it's particularly trendy with younger people who grew up completely in the digital age, when I didn't even own a desktop computer or basic cellphone (not even a smartphone) until I was 17. Now it seems like a lot of kids these days get whatever they want. If I had that opportunity when I was younger, i would likely have gotten into it too. Don't give up though if it's something you enjoy! Don't worry about going slow with it. Learn at your own pace and I promise you that it IS enough!
@PoppieBW I'm trying to study 3 hours every day and I'm learning about pointers right now, thanks for the encouragement.
@iyazo hey thanks for reply my post, I will not give up and now I have realistic goals
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