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I used to take a CS course when I was 14.
It was the very first lesson. And I can still clearly remember the famous story taught by the teacher:
Q: How to put an elephant in a fridge within 3 steps:
-1.Open the door.
-2.Put the elephant in it.
-3.Close the door.
As a physics fan since childhood, I felt really sick about it.
From then I paid no interest to CS for almost 10 years.
Finally, I'm back.
Y8 - Want to be a train driver or a fisher (No you don't).
Y11 - Top 1 - In class.
Y14 - Top 1 - In class.
Y17 - Top 0.5% - National College entrance examination, with physics full score.
Y18 - 190 km/day - Cycling from Beijing to the nearest beach.
Y19 - 2 more languages - French in courses and Japanese by interest.
Y22 - 5 new patents - Under the guidance of the tutor.
Y23 - Programming - C, AL >> Matlab, Python >> JS, TS >> Angular, React
Y24 - Top 25% - Local average income.
Y25 - Top 0.05% - SO reputation in 30days.
Y27 - Top 5% - Local average income.
Y?? - Top 1% - Local average income.
Y?? - Capitalist - Passive income exceeds wages.
Y?? - Promoter - Aerospace, brain-computer interface, nuclear fusion.
Y?? - Want to be Elon Musk (No you can't).
I'd better think about my badge of life once more.