I'm about to graduate and I have no idea what I'm doing. I tried learning the basics and even went through a lot of extra stuff. I can only say I dabbled in scripting, web scraping and a little bit of software development. However when I compare myself to my peers, I feel so out of place. I can't confidently say I know even the concepts I practiced. I am really interested in the field but I feel like I'm way behind and this is constantly nagging me. Is this normal or is there anything I can do about it?

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    I was feeling the same thing when i started learning programming.All you have to do is to be patient and keep evolving your self by constantly reading and practice ...Start building apps and soon the knowledge will come.
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    It's completely normal to feel uncertain or behind when comparing yourself to your peers, especially when you're about to graduate and enter the professional world. Many people experience imposter syndrome or self-doubt at some point in their careers, and it's important to remember that everyone's journey is unique.
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