So, full disclosure, I have worked in tech for over a decade, I'm skilled at network engineering and software engineering, I work as a support engineer at a software company, and my coding skills are absolute poop from lack-of-practice.
So I dropped like $300 on Codecademy and Mimo training materials, and I'm determined to get myself back into proper shape to program fluently again.
10 days in, and I can program a prime number generator and a fizzbuzz program without docs.
The ability to be a no-code tech worker is pretty neat, but I know I would do better to actually learn how to code.
This is me right now:
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