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Did I begin learning late?

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I'm 15 Years Old 

Do I begin learning python late?

i want to learn python & web languages & Networking

i challenge one  he said I do not know anything

Laugh & was making fun of me

because i don't know in programming like him sad.png

maybe i shouldn't write that here

sorry

but i want to talk 

i will learn i want to be professional  

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i focus now on python i know that i have a dream i want to be  professional

&  when the one who Laugh & was making fun of me i was really sad 

but he know learned web languages only 

maybe i will take long time but in day i will be better than him smile.png

Thank you all for your reply

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By age 15 there are already irreversible changes taking place in your body and even hormone shots will have limited effect in helping you become a Python programmer.


Thankfully there's a homeopathic cure involving triple-distilled spring water vapor that can reverse all these changes and put you right back to your prepubescent cognizance receptive state, but only if you never had a vaccination. That's how I managed to learn Perl. Now I wish I had been vaccinated against Perl.

Seriously, where did this weird ageist meme come from?


A lot of the engineering-types do start young and hold it as a point of pride (heck, I even do it sometimes, regrettably). Some of those people are ---- ****es and are dismissive to other people who didn't start as young (egos are dangerous things). This just means that those early-starter folks are terrible people to work with and not that they're super smart.

The ones who started young aren't necessarily any better, either. I learned more about computer science in 2 years of university than I ever did during my years in middle school (see how I just dropped that age reference in there? I promise not to be a jerk about it).

Some say it takes 10,000 hours of practice to master a skill, but others note that's only if it's 10,000 _good_ hours of practice. Surrounding yourself with motivated and like-minded learners is a fantastic way to accelerate your learning far more than youth ever could.

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