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Just a little discouraged here looking for some advice.
Steven Parker225,757 Points
It's actually common for students to experience a temporary "block" or "wall", and there's an episode of The Treehouse Show that talks about it (and includes some advice from me!).
Thanks Steven! I am finding that a new 'const' in my life learning to become a developer, is the simple fact that regardless how tech savvy I am, I will feel like I cannot grasp some of this and doubt my ability to learn it. Just need to remember everyone keeps saying they google, and they felt that way too, its common in bootcamps, etc.
Given I am an electrician for the last decade, I can recall looking at my giant codebook, and wondering as an apprentice, "How the hell am I ever going to learn all that?". Well the simple fact is, we learn what we use often, and reference the rest.
Thanks for your input and I like the video!