Overcoming Impostor Syndrome Alicia Liu on “how I learned to stop worrying and love coding”. I think I’m guilty of this habit:
I had put things I could do and things I wasn’t good at into separate mental buckets, and saw these artificial groupings as static and impermeable.
And that the pace of technology is so fast that we always feel like we’re falling behind. I think this is true for non-programmers, too, and why there’s such a big emphasis on learning. Knowing how to learn is more crucial than knowing.