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N00bPancakes18410dI feel like 2 years minimum is the rule for feeling "capable enough at this point" for most technically complex jobs.
Up until that point it can seem endlessly complex sometimes, IMO that's to be expected.
I think being in a year in and focusing on your primary language is best to start. Nothing wrong with trying other things but don't feel bad if you're just sort of hacking those out in the meantime ;)
Somewhere out there of course folks who find it all easy (or say it), and they are either unusually smart....or actually really bad at their job ;)
unclesam4110dYou know what I hired Mathematician per hour and been good since then. I'm more creative than he ever could be.
Follow Edison and you would be in good company.
neeno10489dI'd say the math part depends heavily on what do you want to work with. If you wanna get into the research field or a job wich involves creating algorithms then you're obviously gonna need it, but if you're going to be a frontend or backend dev it probably doesn't matter, highschool math is all you're gonna need.