Coding is like any other kind of skill-set and that it takes time, effort, and pure energy to learn. Yet when the pieces align and one starts to figure out how things truly work, then things start to get really exciting. For instance when I was learning C# I felt overwhelmed at first. Yet as time progressed I ended up making to me and awesome roller ball game! Honestly it wasn't a very impressive game that I win it advertise to the world, but when I completed it all on my own I fell a real sense of accomplishment.
Yes, there's absolutely nothing to not like about programming. They are the foundation on which many great programs, softwares, websites, apps, and all are built. They are the very essence of everything we are seeing in technology. The softwares, the hardwares, A.I., database management systems, repositories, e-commerce, web design, web programming and everything. If you take programming out then there's nothing left in technology. It would just be a mechanical prospect without any real function. There's a reason for more people diving into programming, it's their usability, flexibility, applications on varied fields, and compatibility on many similar platforms. With programming you understand the underlying implementation of various hardwares and softwares. You understand how they work and why they work that way. This way you could develop a lot of similar types and may improve them in future.
Because it challenges their brains into thinking about solutions, some people like completing those "puzzles" that we call algorithms. I personally got into programming due to my design background and fell in love with web development which I've been studying for years now.
I love programming, i'm an Information Technology graduate and it thrills me a lot and twist my mind and i love problem solving except in math problems lol. The thing why I love programming is that it challenges me to strive more codes to complete a website. Learning programming is not a joke and needs a huge time to cope with. You need the attitude of focusing, dedication to course and giving time to spend. Whenever i learn new things from programming, it inspires me to push my limits and learn deeper.
Programming is just only for a few people that have the talent to understand and read the codes. I mean they are the selective people that have the skills to learn programming languages and I am not one of those. Programming is giving me the hard times to learn and to master it so that is why I quit.
For some people, you can create something out of nothing because of programming. By just sitting and working deeply with your brain, an application is created. You can never go wrong once you learn how to code, you may love it.
I can't speak for anyone else, but for myself, in particular, programming feels like harmony to me. I am kind of an introvert so I sometimes have trouble expressing myself and am often misunderstood due to the dexterity and wide field of interpretation of words. With human language mainly English, things can be misinterpreted to mean other things that change with tone of voice or the speed or energy in which you said it. In programming there is no such thing. Programming has syntax that means what it means and nothing else. It is so relateable to me because I find my thought process very similar to programming. So that is why I enjoy programming.
I tend to think that most people like programming because they like to create and make something. Some people believe that programming is not to learn and it is a talent. I think it could be both because programming is not easy.
Many people like programming because programming is fun, and keeps your thinking ability working on the go, helps your mind solve a particular problem and a critical situations it is also challenging and a tough job. Programming is demand in IT industry it gives a good salary and a better future job the trend of tech technology is getting wide and needs more people to work with. But also needs more patience, effort and time.
Me too. Its a headache for me when it comes it programming. I think some people loves it because they love computers, they love developing technologies. Programming can make a task easily. So thanks to them, but i just dont know how to do it.
I love programming because it teaches you how to think, how to solve problems and you can do many things through it. You can reach people by building website, creating, software applications , mobile applications & games.
I guess you would have to be a tinker in order to properly enjoy it. Let me explain, when I was little I played a game called Command & Conquer: Red alert and back then I had no idea about programming other than it was done on computers. That game had a cheat/hack which involved editing a text filed called "Rules.ini" in which you could specify pretty much everything about the game, from the health of the characters to how much money you had to the building speed.
So you can imagine little me going through the text file, scrolling down using the arrow down key as I didn't even have a mouse wheel back then and I was just editing values here and there, this made my game ten times better as I was in control of every aspect and value in that game. I could make an invulnerable solider who would shoot flames and run at the speed of a jet fighter just by tweaking that text file. This is what gave birth to my interest in programming, because then I understood that if you could tinker and set the right values you can pretty much make anything you want appear on the screen.
I love programming because you can literally do ANYTHING you want, if you have the time to do it on your keyboard. Anything and everything is possible to code.
I am not sure why some people like programming, but just like everything else in life some people posses a skill or knowledge and some may just come natural at it. In fact like some people are taught to do things but have that natural groove for it as if it is just something they are meant to do. On the computer I do have some skills and knowledge, but when it comes to programming I do not have very much experience in programming. Computers can be tough and it helps to have some decent understanding of numbers. In college learning computers and about binary numbers that blew my mind, passed but struggled there. I am always about learning and growth, so I would love to gain another skill I can use to apply in life and possible add to my ability to bring in income. A programmer is an artist or designer if you will. Now we know a program is a set of instructions provided in step by step for to tell the computer what it need to do, the task, and the results you want. The programmer designs, test, and input the program in the computers. This is a area where you will always be thinking and creating, wanting growth. I think they may like it because it is always changing and growing. The programmers must stay on their toes, have innovative ideas, good competition, and never the same. I feel this is also the reason I would like it, having to make newer, better stuff. Changing or improving constantly making programs useful to people, and companies. Programmers are very important to us today believe it or not being we are in such a big technological era.
Hi friends, I don't know why more people like programming, I feel headache on codes when I must change or finding errors happened my blogs. Of course, I know a little about wordpress codes to edits simple parts/templates on my blogs but no more.
In your point of view, why do some people like programming and what about you? do you like it?
I love programming! Be it C++, PHP or HTML you can be sure that I'm coding with a smile on my face.
People who like programming may have different reasons for it. I'm a math nerd. I like solving mathematical problems and logical puzzles. See when writing a program you have a starting point(task) and need to figure out the steps(algorithm) to reach the end(working program). Writing code is akin to solving one big math problem for me! I also love that I'm creating something new. HTML and CSS are basically artistic tools that help you create a masterpiece!
Considering this from a more logical perspective, being able to do your own web development will save you a lot of time and money. I think that would be reason enough to get into programming as it's not that hard to learn given proper guidance and time.
You can do a lot of things when you are interested with a particular design using computer operations like programming. To satisfy curiosity, you may have to try education related to this field to further enhance your knowledge. Otherwise, this is not for you. Nonetheless, you can always enjoy the fruit of those who are talented and gifted.
THIS IS THE TRUTH. I am a web developer and I can tell you what has kept me going. DAILY QUIZ & CONSISTENT PRACTICE. Those are the two things. At first it looks hard but when i develop those two, I become in love with codes that I think of codes while walking, eating, even sleeping.