Thank you in advance.
PS: Sorry my poor english, it´s not my main language.
You’ve been learning it for four weeks. If really clicks you might feel confident in about six months but more likely, if it’s your first language, it’ll take a few years to get to a point where you feel you’re pretty good. If you already know one or more programming languages well it’ll take less time, if you don’t, it probably won’t.
Worry about it, but only to the extent that you now know some things you would like to improve and you can focus on those things.
I’ve geen trying to learn JS for at least 4 years!!! and still haven’t even completed the front end certificate. of course, it’s because i only do little bits at a time, but nevertheless, it will take a long time.
Coding takes time to understand. Don’t fret yourself over it. If you’re stumped it is a good idea to take a break and walk it off. Also, there’s no harm to google for help. You’ll learn how to read other ppl’s work and you understand how that way works.
While you solved in ten lines of code, there will be others that solved with one line of code. That’s okay! Learning to code is not a sprint, but a marathon.
You are definitely not alone… there were some challenges that took me 3 or 4 days to solve. I’m pretty sure I cried over trying to solve a challenge at least once…cause dang some of them had me banging my head against the wall something fierce. lol There were times when I was so proud of myself for solving a challenge, only to look at the hints and see that what could have been solved in 5 lines, took me 60 lines of code.
I despaired for a long time and thought I’d never get it…then I did and wrote my first application. You’ll get there!
What was your first Application
Sorry for my late answer, almost 1 month without internet
Thanks to all of you to take a time to answer me. Your words and experiencies with JS help me a lot to be motivated. Thank you.
Thank you for your words and for share your experience…
It´s hard when you are proud to solve the problem and 2 minutes later look a more simpler and short solution… jajaja.
Right now the more frustating is when I use i.e. “reduce” or “forEach” or something else, and 1 week later I don´t remenber exactly how it works and need to read about it.
I guess the key it´s the time and LOT of practices.
Thank you again.