My biggest challenge when starting out was having the belief that if I got stuck on solving a problem, it would be completely up to me to figure it out. Hitting road blocks in programming assignments in college completely stressed me out and discouraged me from pursuing a career as a software engineer.
Fast forward to a few years later, I have the privilege of working on a software engineering team where "getting stuck" is an opportunity to learn and collaborate with fellow team members to solve hard problems.
If I had sooner realized that collaboration and helping each other is an important aspect of software engineering, I would have enjoyed my college programming courses more.
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