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bahua1003610dAlso important for learning how to code well is having something to work on. System administration lends itself naturally to using programming to automate tedious tasks, so that's the main reason I learned. I think most people aren't exposed to content they can make better through programming, so they can take a 30 day course, and then forget it all very quickly.
Nanos598310dI so remember my early years when both schools and colleges forbid people to code !
Conspiracy, or just really stupid people in charge..
qwwerty4299d"you can hardly surf the Internet without seeing at least one ad for a boot camp or training course"
personalized ads based on your browsing history? no coding ads on my end ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
We had a computer at school, but we wasn't allowed to use it.
At college, on a computer course, we was forbidden to program !
Naturally I got a written warning when someone grassed me up writing BASIC..
I also got a warning for, making too many backups and saving their ass when their only backup didn't work..
Making my files invisible so others didn't accidentally delete them.
"Worrying' other users (The grass one..) because I would read the manuals and they didn't understand what I was doing.
At one point, I had to bring my own computer in, as we didn't have any !
JustThat2819d@qwwerty You know, could be. I AM a member of Codingame and do a lot of developer-related searching.
That means you don't search for anything developer related? At all? What are you? Some kind of programming savant? A dev-wizard?
Or are you just using incognito mode or clearing your cookies often? Hmmm....
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