I am creating this topic because again today while trying to study I ran into one of those moments where I questioned myself:
“Why is the syntax written like this and not the way I learned?” Meanwhile my Neurons where operating like a moving train, then came to a stop as I continued to scratch my head in wonder.
Now before we start talking about how people wrote syntax differently back in Netscape Enterprise Server Days or the publication of ECMAScript and how its good practice to learn different types of syntax… Please keep in mind this topic is a way for others including myself to truly understand the language as we are writing and not just following along with a lessons instructions.
Please feel free To share and collaborate your ideas and thoughts with the community!
Please feel free to use this format:
Link To Lesson: Use the (Hyperlink) to show the link or (Ctrl + K)
What did you see that made you think “why is the syntax written this way?”
How did you think it should have been written?
Did your code work? If not what was the error?
Use the (Preformatted Text) to show your code or (Ctrl + Shift + C)
For The Commenters
- Please share your thought, opinions and ways you have overcome these hurdles!
Its always good to find new ways to think when writing. It’s even better when you can share your experiences and others can relate.
For the Frozen Neuron'sRemember no question or expression is bad. Sometimes others feel the way we do and they may not know how to express it or feel encouraged to ask.
All criticism is great! Good and Bad… It’s up to you, how you interpret the meaning behind the commenter.
Finally Stay Focused! Learning to code can become daunting at times. This can create an overwhelming workplace for your brain. So take a break, grab a bite, get a cup of joe or get some rest. Come back stronger ready to excel in your new lesson or project…