12 hours per day of none stop coding for a month. No days off.
I gave an interview on my experience of learning to code at 42 in Silicon Valley.
“I think the piscine is good for teaching people how to learn, how to interact with others while collaboratively working together, and for opening yourself to meet all kinds of people. Remember, success and failure aren’t big drastic one time events, but they lie in the small daily decisions compounded over time. Sticking with it is what really matters. Even if you fail every day, you are still learning, and learning how to fail is a good thing.”
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