Ima strugglin’ with knowin’ vs. doin’ vs. playin’.
I know what booleans are. Fecking ex-maths teacher.
I know to return true or false when I need to. This is not hard. Do I always remember? No. But I know I have to do it. I also know that I have to watch what I eat, and I certainly don’t always do that. And put down those greasy fries, you judgmental git.
And this is still what I think of when I see git or github. And just once I’d like to write “connected series of statements intended to establish a proposition” in lieu of “args” just once.
But back to the issue at hand: booleans. I know; I do; I cannot play. Playing is not the same as knowing. I know about fire. I do not play with fire. Not literally. Figuratively and metaphorically, I’m all about the fiya!
I am still trying to figure out how to take my idea in my Brians to the console, but I can’t let that stop me from mini-coding.
I’ve learned a lot in two months. I’ve learned a lot about coding as well as my own psyche. The problem with learning a lot in a short amount of time is that what you’ve learned gets quasi-forgotten. It does at my level. I am sure classmates with previous coding experience do not have the same problems, but I was as experienced as a zygote before enrolling.
While I finish the course, I decided to do mini-functions (I funkin love functions, ajax can suck it!) to keep things I’ve learned fresh and maybe even get some keystrokes memorised.
Playing with the basic if-else-if and sassing my computer at the same time:
At least when I struggle with the new, I enjoy playing with the old.