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  1. So idk if u do any comp simulations or game design (sorry don't watch ur vids alot) but I had a question so I'm going to college for that and I was wondering what would I need to learn the most or before college about programing

  2. This is exactly how I felt when I was learning Golang. I was taking an udemy course on Golang for web development just to see how things would play out, and the instructor mentioned something, how that one thing is an interface to this and how that thing was an interface to something else and it just felt like a never ending cycle of frustration. I kept thinking to myself, damn I just want to learn what it is, how to use it and build something. Not that it's bad to learn all the details, but I'm sure you know what I mean Chris. At a base level, what I really care about is what something is and how can I use it, not every single detail to the core. This is why I stuck with Django because the amount of complexity was greatly reduced, especially because of others in the community writing apps for it.

  3. Hey good video. Do you think it's more important to be able to know how to get things done and know how to solve errors through experience rather than fully understand everything. Like for example say im learning django and I don't know some stuff like Class Meta or w/e but i know the code to get something working. What do employers look for more. Because surely for a custom project you would need to ask someone anyway or take ages trying to read the documentation to work it out.

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