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Alan JamEs
Level 0 , Taiwan, Province of China
10 October 2023, 02:29
if i need to learn how to code in here and i must pay for it ?
Level 41 , Olympus Mons, Mars
2 June 2021, 15:49
Thank you! Honestly, CodeGym should hire you 🤣.
Guadalupe Gagnon
Level 37 , Tampa, United States
2 June 2021, 16:15
Thanks! I enjoy helping and would seriously consider an employment offer.
Level 41
28 October 2020, 13:08
Thank you so much for taking the time and answering my questions, and, furthermore, providing follow up when I did not understand your initial feedback. Your input is highly appreciated and for students at the beginning of their journey it is very important to have a 'shoulder' to rely on! Thank you again!
Guadalupe Gagnon
Level 37 , Tampa, United States
28 October 2020, 14:04
Anytime friend. Keep up the good work. When you gain a few more levels and start getting a good grasp on the concepts, answer some of the help questions. The people will appreciate your assistance AND you will actually learn a lot more when you start breaking down other people's code and troubleshooting it.
Level 41
28 October 2020, 14:07
Yes! Trying to do that whenever possible even now. :) It is very true, explaining something is the best way to learn it.
Level 23 , Denver, United States
11 September 2020, 16:59
Thank you so much for all of your comments. I am convinced that I would not be able to do the exercises without all of the excellent input you have given. Personally I think that CodeGym should put you on the payroll or give you a consultant fee. You make this work. Thanks!
Guadalupe Gagnon
Level 37 , Tampa, United States
11 September 2020, 17:30
Thanks for positive comment. I think they should pay me too LOL. I got my money's worth from this site though.
Level 25
29 July 2020, 02:28
Your comments are pure Gold mate. Thank you for your contribution to this site. Even though I really like, but sometimes i have the feeling that you are doing their job, explaining various tasks the way people without coding experience can understand it. I personally gained more from your comments, than from the whole community - admins included. Thanks again !
Guadalupe Gagnon
Level 37 , Tampa, United States
29 July 2020, 13:53
Thanks!! I know how to explain it to normal folks because I am a normal folk. I learned most of what I know about programming since I started on this site. When I first went through the tasks there were plenty that had me scratching my head too. While the staff at Codegym have done an excellent job creating this site and all the lessons/tasks, I don't think they do a good job with explaining these tasks so regular people that have no programming experience can complete them without lots of frustration. Some tasks have example inputs with expected outputs, I think all the tasks should have this and there should be at least 3 or more. For students I recommend getting a Java book. I have "Thinking in Java" by Bruce Eckel, which is one of the leading beginner Java books, but there are others. A good instructional book can give a much stronger foundational knowledge of the language and, more importantly, the pitfalls to avoid.
Level 22 , United Federation of Planets
7 July 2020, 10:31
You are a true teacher mate! I learned as much from you as I learned from CodeGym itself!
Level 20 , London, United Kingdom
18 June 2020, 14:44
Consistently good advice.Thanks
Ashar Khan
Level 5 , Karachi, Pakistan
23 May 2020, 10:46
You're a beast in Programming
Michał Pietrus
Level 33 , Krakow, Poland
20 March 2020, 21:28
Real hero
oli blaustrom
Level 18 , Luzern, Switzerland
9 March 2020, 18:18
You're a hero man, thanks. You reply to almost all my comments and whenever I find a useful answer in Help it's 9/10 from you.