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I’m currently learning how to code by self-taught. Writing is part of a blend of artistic expression with writing that might be nearly impossible to attain through school — hence the lengthy title “Writing by Hand.” With the challenge of implementing technology in my work and processing words into words, I’ve given myself the runaround in other areas.
No one likes to be referred to as or treated as a hacker.
I’d like to think I’m not stupid. I’ve come across articles on how the internet doesn’t exist, or how people with “life skills” are rarely found in the halls of regular urban highs schools.
Are you aware that the word “hack” originates from a British folk tale? Some of us have learned how to spell it incorrectly to have a laugh. I’m not attempting to be funny. I like to avoid too many trials in the life of a kid with no experience with computers. I want to remain as good as I possibly can.
When I study the internet, I’m fascinated by so many concepts that are made accessible and easy. Indeed, I love how you can find your word for every atom with Google or even be asked “Would you like to learn something using Google?” There is an abundance of places where you can understand HTML, CSS, Photoshop, C++, etc. without having to ever take a programming class and/or trying to learn C++ on your own.
For some reason, I seem to remain in the digital age.
I remember when I was at school, making art projects were very hard, and even our art teachers did not even mention how to make art in this modern day and age. I wish I would’ve studied how to make art in school but there was no guidance, there were only books and goo books. They were meant to serve a specific purpose — to learn a skill. Goo books were not meant to be used to teach kids how to write.
For me, the internet has been my goo bookstore. There are no books here, just information and a place to explore. There are various websites and communities where you can not only find the knowledge to cater to your needs, but also find experts in the field. I’ve gone as far as to ask a lot of people for specific instructions on how to use Google and also searching for how to code for a coding on the web for teenagers in my school.
I’ve learned that there are 2 different kinds of children, who can decide what sort of children they want to be. I also remember going as far as I was able to before school to learn how to fix my own computers. Before I went to school, I was fascinated with radio. As a child, we went to the library and went on a listening tour and were invited to visit the computer archives for a few hours. Then, I got a textbook with enough questions and history on computers to last me for a couple of years.
I am now focused on coding. In my senior year of high school, I took the International Baccalaureate program that allowed me to fulfill my high school language requirements, as well as sign up for courses in economics, at a choice school. Naturally, the high school I was attending had a class called Introduction to Programming and I took that class.
Since then, I’ve been obsessed with programming and coding. I’m eager to try anything and everything related to it. Who needs textbooks when you can just download everything from the internet? In some ways, I’m already better at programming than you’ll ever be, and I would say there are not too many people out there who can be as good as I am at it. If you want to know how to program like me, I’m happy to teach you. You can even try to go on the coding on The Teaching Edge or wherever else you might find information in the coding field.
Writing from my senior year of high school I am ready to go. You know who you are.