Lately I've been thinking how since I started doing code I've learnt how to be a little bit less harsh on myself and to manage frustration 😖 in a better way.
And trust me, I've wanted to give up a couple times: because my brain was just dead 🧠💣, because I was frustrated or because I thought I couldn't do it...BUT I'm happy I didn't and for so I want to share experiences that turned out pretty good and that actually lead me to amazing results and opportunities 💫.
The stories are kinda long so I decided to make a little series to share them. Also I thought that I could make a jumpstart and list some reasons to try and convince you to not give up, just in case you want some tips and save yourself from the rambling 🤐.
I'll be linking everything in a little index so, if you really want to see those stories I'll link them down below, go grab some popcorns 🍿 and take a look to them.
PD: I would love to hear your stories, Jrs. Unite ✊🏽! We are not alone, and I'm sure someone could also learn from your experiences and as for myself I would love to read them 🤍
- 3 reasons why you should not give up - and one to do it
- That time I couldn't finish a tech challenge
- That time I almost quit a Hackathon