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Experiences learning a subject you don't like Bakanon 09/14/2021 (Tue) 17:57:20 No. 2717
Reposting because I forgot one * on the Spoiler Basically the title. In my case I got into an programing related major and later realised I fucking hate programing but because I'm a stubborn autists I stayed there instead of changing my subject. During the last two years I tried to get better at programing coding Ib-related and statistics related apps on Python, because I fucking love statistics I supposed this would make me like coding but instead it's getting the total opposite effect, it's making me hate Statistics. So, what are your experiences having to learn stuff you don't like? I fucking hate Python to the guts. I hope everyone involved on its development get AIDS
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>>2717 I though that making games was fun but it wasn't even if you know how to program,you can't do all the stuff because art, and most of the time you will want to do things that are more advanced that your level
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>>2717 >I supposed this would make me like coding but instead it's getting the total opposite effect, it's making me hate Statistics NEVER mix things you love and hate, because hate is the stronger force and will ruin your feelings with everything involving the things you dislike. I learned this the hard way, after losing my interest in a lot of hobbies because they felt like chores. In my experience, the best approach is to accept that what you're doing is horrible and keep the things you love as far from it as possible so you can use them later as a way to cope with the misery brought by yourself. Regarding the thread's subject, I completely despise the theoretic part of everything because I'm the kind of retard who doesn't learn anything until I can replicate the examples by myself, something that never happens in that kind of courses. Cute Hilda btw, here's another one.
>>2717 >I fucking hate Python to the guts. I hope everyone involved on its development get AIDS Python is a fine language for small to medium-sized projects or for quickly prototyping things. But it was never meant for number crunching, and doing data science or statistics with it is fucking brain damage. You can either write nice and elegant pythonic code that's slow, or you can use something like numpy that's fast but you are basically writing C. And not the good kind of C, but a weird abominable hybrid of C and Python. And any time you try to bring in something pythonic your performance shits the bed.


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