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Learning to Program


Recently I’ve taken on the daunting task of learning how to write code in hopes of someday creating my own computer programs/apps. Most of its incentive stems from my admiration of the works produced by my fellow colleagues. Math and computer science are closely related and I often see my peers writing their own websites/games/apps or catch a glimpse of the long list of proficient programming languages on their resume. Sometimes it’s just because I’m tired of constantly being lost in their technical computer-related conversations. I know that programming is about more than knowing languages, although that certainly is a good starting point. Computer science is truly about solving problems, which I suppose is the real reason why I took an interest to it.

I remember both of my first year CS courses, where they introduced it to us as complete beginners who barely even knew what code was. In high…

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