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comment Questions to ask to ensure someone understands programming? (and iOS)
Ah yes, definitely I'm the worst. I throw people into effective gauntlets and expect self-motivation to pull them through. It only works on people who won't need it... But I've also held his hand, gone through sample projects with him, scheduled times, then I ask him to move on on his own and a week later, all he did was edit some variable, without understanding why it was put in the function. I've done this over and over. I think I'll take your advice and find another tutor, there's more problems I'm ill-prepared for, but he and I are good friends still, no worries on that.
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comment Questions to ask to ensure someone understands programming? (and iOS)
Bart, actually yes, I've seen symptoms and honestly I see my past-self in him. I taught myself drawing and realized rules are just made up, it freed me from a lot of my autistic thoughts. Right and wrong are meaningless, but he still thinks there's a wrong way to express creativity in certain arts. Anyway yes, I asked here because of that, figured we'd be able to relate more (as a group)
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