re: Recognizing impostor syndrome and fixing it before it messes up your coding interview VIEW POST


Thanks so much, this was really great for me! I'm always feeling like I'm not worthy of wanting to work in programming because I don't have a traditional university education but have instead been learning on my own. I feel like people with university background will always be better because I assume they'll know more. But your post has made me feel better about this.



The "academic" side can call still be learned, even without a university background. It's easier than you think!

How are you with data structures and algorithms? We put together this helpful guide that explains things from the ground up:


Thanks for the reply and motivation :). And that looks like a great resource, I will definetely use it when I get a bit more knowledge in programming! Thanks again :)!

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