The constant attempt somehow made me frustrated and made me doubt about continue learning coding which is obvious to me it is not a field/skill I'm good at. I am not a computer guy or a technology person but I am inspired to learn coding by young coders who achieve success at very young age like Nick D'loisio whom invented the summly app. Beside Nick, there are plenty of stories of young developers who mastered coding by self-learning which are very inspirational to me to learn something completely strange to me.
Personally, I think coding is a skill that is essential in the now- 21st century where machine, computers and technology are permeating in all aspect of human lives.
However not everyone is computer-savvy, I would say I am more an artistic and a less logical person which to me is a disadvantage for learning coding.
Despite my innate preference, I choose to learn coding because I truly think coding is going to be a vital in the workplace in the coming future. But who knows maybe I could be wrong?
Maybe there are other field that i can pursue of which I am good at which also an essential skill for the emerging future technology-era?
Maybe i should learn foreign languages instead of computer language??
I would like to hear from everyone else's opinion so that I know I am not wasting my time and effort on pursuing something which is totally not my competence. I would also really want to know that, for those people who are computer literate, is it easier for you guys to grasp the programming concepts and requires only half of the mental effort than those who are not computer literate ??