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!
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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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