So I’m having trouble with my attention on learning to code. I want to dedicate hours of my time a day to learn, but I just can’t. It’s too dry to learn all of this. I need to try a different approach but needing some of your help to get there. Should I just dedicate an hour a day, 5 days a week, kind of like school, to learn all of this? Because this is a self-paced learning (That’s what I’m doing, I’ll go to school later, not right now). As a hobby really. The thing that sucks, is I want to be at the level where I know a lot of coding, and just want to write code, and go from there. But the learning curve is killing me. Makes me not want to do this. Hence why I said, it’s all so dry learning all of this. Yet it’s odd that I still want to do this because it’s fun. But the learning is not.
Anyway, how did you learn to code? Was it actual college and/or school? Or self-paced? Should I just do an hour a day to learn, and just be patient and I’ll eventually get to the level some of you are at? Or how should I achieve this learning curve that seems to be SO hard right now?
Tips and advice, please!
Thanks for your time!