This was a topic that I found to be quite challenging to wrap my head around. I am doing much better now, than I was 4 days ago with them. Not like I have a choice, all of the projects we are doing requires me to use them. So if I want to keep up, I'd better figure out how to use them 'eh? That is the beauty of TIY I guess. If I were at home trying to figure this stuff out, it'd just get pushed aside. I'd be bogged down with all the other stff in my life. However, here learning is all we do. When I am frustrated beyound belief and want to stop, I look over and see my roommate studying hard and it helps me stay the course. I have had a simular effect on him as well, there is something magical happening here. Seriously!
I can see the power of Prototypes and Constructors, and I will be glad when they are second nature to me. When I look at Jake, Mason, and other Iron Yard Alumni I hope to be as smart as they are one day soon. They just roll though this stuff like it's easy peasy. It is encouraging to see what we can become if we keep rolling along. I am in awe when I talk to alumni who say they had no experience prior to attending TIY, yet they are doing amazing things with code. It is great to see what we're all working so hard to become, and to see what we'll be able to do.
Anyways, I am super busy today. I have less than 48 hours to get my work done, and I am behind schedule right now. So I gotta get back to it.
Until Next Time...