What do I need?
*A first-class result with low programming skills?
*Or a stack of programming experience and completed project then a low or average grade?
So first off, I don’t mean you can’t have high grade and learn a new technology but in my case I can’t.
*Because if you deep into coding you will realise that learning a new framework means countless practices to get familiar with the syntax and the structure and if you get excited in the process of learning and encounter a bug then it a week of sleepless night and bloodshot eyes if you can’t find a solution on Stack-overflow or Google *
But even though that may not your case
Attending lectures and understanding it, and other extra-curricular activity can be a troll, like it requires a lot dedication to get high grade.
And in my university am mostly taught obsolete technology, nothing really current or in trends or framework which I Like or prefer
Am not saying that what am being taught is a total waste but I get this view that this makes me inexperience to the current Job market and other stuff.
He who hesitates is lost …
that the motto I use
So, I mostly keep to trend trying to learn, test and implement new feature
I once tried coding in school and had series of burn-out my grade fell and then I panic. I dismiss the thought of building actual project in school and just sticking with my routine
I been thinking and wondering what is best for me that’s why am seeking advice?
Very good grades?
A ton of completed project to show my employer
Am in my second year At Veritas University, Abuja.