In order to become a better programmer, it's important to know that there are many ways to do so. One of the best ways is to simply practice, practice and practice some more. This can be hard if you're trying to learn programming in your free time or on your own. There are several ways you can get around this:
Find someone you can study with - Many programmers teach themselves how to code online or through books, but learning from a book isn't always easy. If you're lucky enough to know another programmer, ask them if they would be willing to show you their code and sit down with you while they work through it. You could also try finding a mentor - many coders go through the bootcamp program Treehouse which offers mentoring as part of its courses.
Talk to other programmers- If there's an active programming community in your area, get out there and talk to people who are doing what you want to do. Get into groups where developers are talking about their work and how they've learned what they know.
Go outside! Yes, really - It sounds strange but going outside will actually help improve your programming skills because being cooped up inside all day long staring at a computer screen is not good for anyone's health (or creativity!).
Try taking walks in nature or visiting museums when possible; both have been proven effective remedies against burnout caused by too much sitting around indoors. You can also try exercising regularly which increases blood flow throughout your body including those areas responsible for thinking logically (i.e., problem solving).
Everyone has their own path they're on. Your journey will be unique to you, so don't worry about what other people are doing or what they seem to have achieved. Focus on your own goals and work hard to achieve them, rather than being jealous of other people.
Don't compare yourself to others because you'll never even the playing field that way.
When other people succeed don't let it make you feel like a failure; remember what works for one person may not work for another. Ultimately, you are in charge of your own life so try not to get caught up in how things should look compared to someone else's life.
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