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#ActualTitan.

Posted 15 July 2013 - 10:44 AM

I think this time notion is biased because we talk about practice time, while we actually progress 10 time faster  (another completely random number) in directly learning things through reading and exercises: implement some advanced algorithms and build engines make you progress a lot while days spent on content (program every 50 possible spell of a character from the game design document for example) are essentially lost from a programming skills viewpoint.

 

I may be be between 3k and 5k and I almost consider me as an expert, even compared to some "senior programmer" I met (no doubt that when this time is double, I'll definitively be an export for long). The time it takes to become an expert really depend of what you did in this time, in my opinion.


#2Titan.

Posted 15 July 2013 - 10:42 AM

I think this time notion is biased because we talk about practice time, while we actually progress 10 time faster  (another completely random number) in directly learning things through reading and exercises: implement some advanced algorithms and build engines make you progress a lot while days spent on content (program every 50 possible spell of a character from the game design document for example) are essentially lost from a programming skills viewpoint.

 

I may be be between 3k and 5k and I almost consider me as an expert, even compared to some "senior programmer" I met.

The time it takes to become an expert really depend of what you did in this time, in my opinion.


#1Titan.

Posted 15 July 2013 - 10:41 AM

I think this time notion is biased because we talk about practice time, while we actually progress 10 time faster  (another completely random number) in directly learning things through reading and exercises:

implement some advanced algorithms and build engines make you progress a lot while days spent on content (program every 50 possible spell of a character from the game design document for example) are essentially lost from a programming skills viewpoint.

 

I may be be between 3k and 5k and I almost consider me as an expert, even compared to some "senior programmer" I met.

The time it takes to become an expert really depend of what you did in this time, in my opinion.


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