Have come slowly to the terrifying realisation that I’ve bitten off a whole lot more than I can chew.
Forget thinking Pythonically, I cannot even think programattically.
But then, c’est la vie.
I’ll just put in my hours diligently and let the learning come gradually.
Getting back to studies.
Putting in the time to do 12th, so won’t have time to do programming.
However programming is the goal, so I commit to putting an hour daily. Whether I finish a project is moot now after so many failures.
Ergo time is the only thing I can measure progress in.
An hour a day. For a hundred days.
Rather than doing something self directed, am following Talk Python’s, #100DaysOfCode in Python.
Today I watched the datetime videos.
That’s Day 1. Done :)
Getting back to life slowly.
Abandoning the idea of the daily posts.
Too amorphous for me.
Doing short 20 hour projects seems to work better for me.
To that end, here are my goals for September
- 20h of emacs - goal - get familiar
- 20h of Dvorak - goal - get upto 35wpm
- walk daily - goal - 10000 steps or 90m daily
More as I figure this out.