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glory days!
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glory days!

1 Name: Anonymous : 2020-10-25 06:16
did any of you have days that you're particularly fond of? like the ones you thought you would strongly remember because they were awesome in the sense that you overcame a serious challenge or it made you very happy?

if so, then talk about those memories here so you can always remember them!
2 Name: Anonymous : 2020-10-25 07:36
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i remember being pretty much interested in everything as a child. and the world seemed like a really big and cool place.
but i didn't have much to do at home. i did play video games, but i usually got bored of them after about a week or so. so i picked up a more interesting routine. it involved going to the library, picking up random and interesting books from a bookshelf, and trying to read it. i would read the book every day until i finished reading it, which took anywhere between 2-7 days. and then i would go to the library again the next week and repeat the whole process. it sounds less boring than you would think, because remember, i was a very curious child back then and i was reading random books that looked interesting. so reading was actually nice and comfy!

i picked up lots of free and useful information doing this, which helped me throughout my time in elementary school, middle school, and even high school.
4 Name: Anonymous : 2020-10-25 16:50
I enjoyed my early days of programming as a kid, back when it felt like magic
5 Name: Anonymous : 2020-10-27 21:56
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it won't be as mindblowing as learning how to program for the first time, but you can still get the same feeling learning niche programming languages with interesting paradigms. postscript/forth, pure data, and assembly are some languages i think are worth trying to learn.

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