Wednesday, November 13, 2019

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Why am Bad at Coding and People Think I’m Good

Hello there, it’s me again, although most of you don’t know me, if you want to know me you can Click on the Facebook fab icon at the top of this blog and if you are using a mobile phone to read this, and you are using a Google Chrome browser you can actually, request for the web view with the chrome browser and you will be able to see the Facebook fab icon, and yes like that you will be taken to my Facebook page, or is it my Facebook profile wall, I’m not sure yet but just Click on it and you will see it.

Now to what I brought you here for, why I’m bad at coding and people actually think I’m good at coding, just take a look below, I don’t know why I keep doing this but anyways just take a look below.

I’m not totally bad at coding, not at all, what I want you to understand is there is no perfect code, nobody writes the perfect code, everybody needs help from other people, especially Google. When coding make Google your best friend for those who use Stack overflow you will know what I’m talking about.

Don’t look at your friends writing thousands of lines of code and lots of projects and you think they write everything with their head and with no help, I want to tell you that, everybody needs help. I don’t know if you have seen any meme where they say, “Junior Developers search Google on how to write a print statement on Java and senior developers still do that same thing. Many of you may think it is a lie or it’s just a joke, memes don’t lie, well some do lie, yeah some memes really lie a lot.

I don’t know if you are getting my point, but I will drop a video on how I code and how I really get things done. If you get confused anywhere just drop a comment and I will get to you. or better still here is my mail godsendjoseph@gmai.com, you can get me there.

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