Whenever I ‘get’ one…i go to the solutions and learn stuff i never learnt before and spend many more times the time trying to learn their solutions cause they use logic and methods not taught to date. So my solution is trash even tho i squeezed my head to get even that done. Meaning im hitting the solutions tab regardless of what i do or dont kno/do. Making me feel stupid for trying! Its like solving multiplication by long addition cause they never taught u how to do long multiplication! So really, ur left being an idiot for wasting ur time not going straight to the answer to learn the long multiplication.
Progress slowed from 1 module a day to 1 lesson a day…to less than that cause of this teaching style. Progress should feel consistent when learning the fundamentals! Not hours for 2 lines of code over and over!
There’s a profound misunderstanding between those teaching and learning anything with computers: they think things should be left cryptic to encourage the art of self-learning/taught culture. This is not what people learning want, and in response supposed teachers revel in such reflection! We want all the tools taught to us, handed to us and spelt out so we can memorize and wrap our heads around how we can solve things by doing simple exercises over and over. Then we want cryptic algorithm sections where we string blocks together and connect logic of each component together on our own.
Yet that doesnt happen and instead its a bunch of negativity expressed and spewed at eachother where teacher gets a new student and old student walks away. That’s just fundamentally wrong. If ur going to pretend to be a teacher/supporter u should recognize the inequality of the relationship and the frustration and stop with the smugness. The focus should be the same for both parties.
So we dont care, and we dont care to the one typing disagreement as they read the words. And we dont care about the disagreement TO the expected disagreement…if we can guess the replies, then the replies do not belong to a teacher or a supporter cause the focus is clearly not shared.