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Are you insane, asking new students to have the directions memorized the first time using this????? No example to follow

I have no idea what you are asking me to do and have watched this ten times and written notes!!!!! you give no hints, no clues as to what to fix! when several answers have been given!! This material is not intuitively learned! This approach is quite frustrating and i have no idea if Stage two means lesson two or if i am still on lesson one! Be clear and precise and pedagogical in your teaching and add tabs, so the student knows where he is in the lesson!!!

<!DOCTYPE html>

<h1>irena bolza-schunemann</h1>

Don't need to be angry, every student here have been through many similar paths and some of them are not very frustration while patience at the same time, you will get better later.

Tips -Be Problem solver -Be Thinking -Don't need to memory everything -Tons of practices and other references -Again Practice and failures -Then success at last!

Happy Coding! :)

5 Answers

Kevin Korte
Kevin Korte
28,148 Points

A valuable skill set you'll gain is learning to use other resources to find answers or solutions. There is too much to memorize it all. 3 years into it, and it would be true to say I have a better collection of resources and documentation to find answers in than I do answers.

When I'm coding, you can bet one monitor will have the documentation open to whatever library or language I'm using. Be a master at finding solutions, not memorizing them.

Julian Gutierrez
Julian Gutierrez
19,201 Points

Frustration is a common feeling when learning to code, any new skill actually, I think we've all been there. As for being successful at the challenges there is absolutely no shame in going back to the video, looking at other resources, or asking questions. In this challenge you are pretty much testing the material you saw in the video right before the challenge. Following the previous video closely will greatly help you.

Sue Dough
Sue Dough
35,800 Points

No one said coding is easy. Relax. Post a detailed question with your code if you need help.

Deep breaths

Tate Hanawalt
Tate Hanawalt
16,895 Points

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