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Are you too old to learn how to code? *CODING* *CAREER*

Hi everyone! Today I am breaking down the popular question AM I TOO OLD TO LEARN CODE?!

I wanted to break this down because the tech industry can sometimes glamorize being a young developer and I wanted to break it down for you all!

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If this doesn't push you to keep learning code then I don't know what will. | #devsLife VLOG 68

If this doesn't push you to keep learning code than I don't know what will. There is nothing more important than what you're doing now. What will you do?

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Frustrated With Coding! - CODING IS HARD! -Do You Ever Feel Like THIS?

Are YOU FRUSTRATED with learning to code? If you're having problems with JavaScript, HTML, or CSS... YOU ARE NOT ALONE!
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CODING IS HARD!
It's the only way to get through it!
I'd love to hear some of your trials in becoming a web developer...
Sometimes you just think, Should I learn to code??
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Well... there's SOMETHING that started you learning coding, and it's still there waiting for you to quit!

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Don't Learn To Code In 2020... (LEARN TO PROBLEM SOLVE)

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Don't learn to code in 2019. Learn to problem solve instead. Does it sound like something that most people don't talk about? I bet it does. But this is definitely the reality.

I often see this with beginners and experienced developers. They try to learn all the possible outcomes of coding, learn to program in a hundred different languages... Only to start feeling overwhelmed.

And that's when they still find coding to be absolutely difficult. But why that happens?

Because they absolutely have no idea how to solve problems. And this is why, building an entire application might be a long distance dream for most software developers.

I've been there too.

When most programmers are given a programming problem in an interview, they make several key mistakes. The most severe of those is the improper allocation of time. You have heard the saying “measure twice and cut once,” then you are probably familiar with the idea of spending upfront time to make sure something is done right, rather than diving right in.

It is astounding how many developers can write and maintain large enterprise systems dealing with all kinds of complex logic, database access, etc and cannot for the life of them solve a moderately difficult programming problem given in an interview in less than 30 minutes.

It is also astounding how many developers who can not write even a single line of code, can also fail at same problem, in exactly the same way.

Based on those two statements, your first assumption might be that asking someone to solve a programming problem as part of an interview would be a bad idea, because it isn’t really telling you if they are good and just crumble when asked to do something like this on the spot, or if they can’t program at all.

So get to it! Start learning how to solve programming problems. Reverse strings, sort linked lists, help grandma pick the highest yielding grandsons and a granddaughters to send Christmas cards to!

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Learning To Code After 40 - Can It Be Done?

In this Video I talk about Learning To Code After 40 and Can It Be Done? We often hear that learning to code is best when you're young and not really possible when you're an adult.

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I'm a strong believer that you can learn just about anything and at any age. There's also a lot of research that talks about learning and aging and the results are conclusive, you can learn at any age.

Learning to code isn't easy and requires a lot of focus and time. That's what typically limits people, the focus and time needed to learn the complex topics about code.

Also people often have a false belief that they're too old to learn how to code so why should they even bother.

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Here's Why You CAN'T LEARN PROGRAMMING ⚠️ (Learn To Code Faster 2020)

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Let me be clear here: most developers don't know a s**t about how to learn programming and improve their careers. This is absolute truth.

And I'm not saying this in a mean way, but as a way to alert most of you about something you've been doing wrong for most of your lives. Learning something new requires some strictly techniques in order to maximize your potentials, or, you'll be swimming in circles and you'll most likely to die in the middle of the sea.

Just take today's case: a guy that has completed a programming course but know nothing about what they've learned. It just feels like he hasn't completed any course at all.

Learning the art of programming can be a bit of a struggle for some. However, knowing some ways for making your learning process faster can be a huge help for you. It can be a manageable task if you follow and implement a few simple steps.

In today's video we are going to discuss why you usually feel lost after completing a programming course and how you can turn it around and start learning programming efficiently. #learnprogramming #programming #programmingtutorial

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Are You Too Old To Learn Programming?

We have all probably heard at least once in our lives that programming is for young people only, but is it actually true. I know if you are anything like me you have thought at least once in your life that you are too old to start learning programming, because everyone around you seems to be so young and experienced in programming. This couldn't be further from the truth though. In this video I am going to discuss why many people think there is an age limit to learning programming, and why this is completely wrong.

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Why I Don't Memorize Code when Programming

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Is it too late in life to learn to code and land a junior developer job at 50? There are some difficulties. I'll discuss in this video not only those difficulties but a path that may actually suit you better.

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Programming Is HARD And I Feel Unmotivated! (Becoming A Top Class Developer)

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Programming Is HARD And I Feel Unmotivated!

Programming is HARD, right?

At least this is what some programmers think. Today I've received a question from a reader telling me that he felt that programming was hard and he felt unmotivated.

He couldn't learn and he spent all day at home watching TV and etc... He couldn't just get his life ahead and go on with his projects.

So... How do we get around this? How do you find motivation so that you become a software developer?

Watch this video and find out!

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Is 40 yrs too old to learn to code?

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Am I Too Old to Learn Coding? – Programming Tip by Tim Buchalka

Am I Too Old to Learn Coding? – Programming Tip by Tim Buchalka

Is age really just a number when it comes to programming and software development? I often get asked if one's too old to become a programmer. Let's discuss more about that in today's video.

My name is Tim Buchalka and I have put together a series of videos which I call the Programming Tip of the Day. And basically, each video goes through talking about some of the pitfalls and things that you'll need to overcome to succeed as a programmer, things like overcoming frustration and keeping yourself motivated.

In this series I will also answer common questions about choosing a programming language to learn, questions about your career path and things of that nature. Now there's a lot of other things as well that I'll cover in these videos and I'm also opening the lines for you to tell me what you want me to cover.

Now I've been a programmer for over 35 years so I think I'm real qualified to answer a lot of these questions. So if you do have a question, pop the question in the comments section of this video and I'll do my best to address that in a future video.

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