What Cecily Carver told me when I was learning how to code

Our tutors at the Flatiron School asked us to read one of Cecily Carver’s article and ponder about its message.

It is a great article. The bulk of touches on the message that it is with practice that you master coding and that there will always be someone who thinks you are an amateur. I believe in these as well. I am aware of both the 10,000 hours rule and of the fact that haters will always be haters.
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