Adoo this is so helpful,.. mama potha kiyawana gaman me..Trick Your Brain with the 20min Rule
But the problem is where do you find the time? Between working your full-time job, spending time with your family and life admin, when are you supposed to sit down and practice this “daily coding”?
While I was working as a doctor, I spent about 12 hours at the hospital, 1-hour commuting and approximately 2 hours on general life-sustaining stuff, such as eating. So that left me with only 9 hours remaining in my day.
Theoretically, 2 hours could be allocated to coding practice and 7 hours on sleep. But there is nothing more difficult than trying to convince your work-saturated brain to sit down and learn when you could be watching Game of Thrones with a tub of ice-cream.
But then I found a trick.
As humans, we have a lot of inertia. This can be bad for us - I’m looking at you, “24” box set. However, we can also turn it to our advantage. I found that once I got started coding and making things, I got so absorbed into the project, that I no longer cared about TV, food or sleep. There were quite a few weekends when I coded until sunrise.
machan puluwan nam full guide ekama kiyawanna. quote karanna ba hide wenawa...
12 rules to learn to code..