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Following that my first actual project was a quiz app. I stayed up all night till mid day the day following building this little quiz. How proud of myself I was.
It was a console app that consisted of one file with the same set of statements copied and pasted.
Continue if answer was correct
terminate if answer was incorrect
I must have copied and pasted that code over and over a 100 times. I hadn’t got to the video on loops at the time.
You basically explained how I started coding. Except I started with VB6. Now I am using C#, .NET Core and WPF. I love it.
I remember playing minecraft with the computer mod. Soon discovered how to use the computer, I was able to create processes on the pc by editing some texts that had colors and a strange but fun structure. Soon discovered on tutorials on youtube that the pc got a lua live interpreter. Got in love.
Started codacademy Ruby course-on part job free time. Got to TI course-was in touch with other pationated devs. Loved more and more.
Right now, I'm already in college and recently got my first internship on C# that we much joked about on TI course 😁
I had that same question at the age of 7. Never looked back...
I started with some thing called "NeoBook" and the moved on to MS SmallBasic (it's a nice language actually, look it up) then I went to Roblox (Lua), and then C#. So I've been going now down the Linux Shell path, so I'm learning bash now, lots of fun.
I remember my first experience with Visual Studio... It was slow...