RW 1: Hello World

I started programming within CPSC110, before that I did not do much programming. I knew of python and unix through trial and error when someone at work would give us an application to keep our computer running or having a world clock always present. Being able to recognize repetitions and patterns within the code seemed easy enough. As long as the programmer wrote their code simply enough tinkering with it to result in the customization that we wanted became easier. I completely enjoy the breaking and fixing code and trying to figure out ways to find the answer I am looking for. However, the vast openness of getting to the answer sometimes scares me since I tend to be scatter brained while writing code. I can get stuck in my own mind when I can’t figure out a problem or get stonewalled when the idea doesn’t work how I want it.

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