There are a lot of people here from other cultures, many of whom are not native English speakers. They do us the honor of working in their second (or sometimes third of fourth language.) I don’t think Johnny meant anything by it, but we have to be careful not to let people feel like their being picked on. As pointed out, this isn’t an English language usage forum. For example, Johnny, I’ll refrain from pointing out the incomplete sentence in your last post.
I don’t think we can turn this into an English language course. You aren’t going to improve someone’s English with one spost. They’re already doing the best they can. You run a much greater risk of making someone unwelcome. (And besides, this forum will be flooded with grammar corrections and debates.) If someone is unclear, it’s fine to ask for a clarification, but to me it was clear enough what he meant. Just my $.02. I assume you meant well, but this could get ugly, fast.
Now to SuperSaiyanThree -
Coding is something that you are going to have to devote a portion of your life to. You will be learning it for the rest of your life. Learning isn’t preparation work to get ready to be a programmer, it is a major part of programming. The programming world is constantly changing and growing. I don’t want to come down hard, but if you are struggling to maintain enthusiasm after 2 projects, then …
I think you need to decide what you want. If you really want to be a programmer, then you need to want to learn. I know you can’t memorize everything and will always need to look some things up, but you need a voracious appetite for new information and technologies.