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Used to Get So Frustrated

It's subtle and quiet. It's new and different. Once again, I have been marveling at how the greatest skill I'm learning in the lead-up to my coding boot camp is problem solving. Little by little, I'm developing a patience to identify errors and work my way through them.

On the outside, it's nothing. But I feel a lot of emotion in the process, the end result of solving a problem and when I think back about how upset I'd get when these types of mysterious knots of logic would trip me up.

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