People who have Studied Computer Science
Learning new ideas through mapping coordinates 📍
As a lover of words and the craft of writing, I love to spend my time learning different ideas.
But before I do that, I need a map, and coordinates before I begin and endeavor my journey.
There are several thousand of interesting stuffs in the world. I don’t need all of them. I only need the most interesting and resonating idea.
Ignoring these signals will give me a jolt of electricity and restless thinking.
So I’ll buckle up, get my map, and pinpoint the coordinates that I want to explore.
It’s refreshing to see my map having many pinpoints.
It’s also daunting and paralyzing, because where do I go first?
Well, three questions:
- What’s interesting to me right now?
- In my map, where are the group of coordinates?
- Are there foundational stuff that I can learn from there
Answering these questions will give me clarity on what’s my next step.
I love foundational stuff, especially for technology.
Here’s my map:
My coordinates are web applications, software development, and understanding of how technology works.
With these three in my coordinates, I can pinpoint my starting point, and that’s learning how to code.
Yes, writers aren’t limited to one form of craftsmanship.
Besides, learning how to code is a self-expression for innovation and problem solving.
I enrolled to Codecademy last December to begin my software development journey.