I was so excited about memorising new concepts, typing "var = something something, console.log("whatever")" and when the code worked it was an adrenaline rush like no other. But my classmates and I started experiencing a quiet frustration when the problems seemed impossible to solve and our faces had that "undefined" look for long minutes. I kept experiencing the lack of answers in my brain and one day I realised I couldn't do it anymore. That same day I learned it was the last day of classes. I felt a HUGE relief.
The problem was that the exhaustion seemed to kill this new found passion for coding, and I did not open my laptop for weeks. Why couldn't we just stick to the beautiful HTML & CSS like any healthy human being? Why did we have to dive into JS when life was so much easier without it?
After a few weeks of rest I kept thinking about coding, but whats coding without coding? ...to be continued.