But actual code? 19 (I'm a late bloomer!). Thought I'd try and get into it since I had always loved computers and was getting tired of being an artist, found some interactive lessons online, but couldn't for the life of me figure out what was meant by "IDE" and "SDK" so decided to switch my major to CS and figure it out there. And that's probably the most useful thing I learned the entire time I was attending that school. Now I'm teaching myself, thinking I'll get a degree later. :I
i was 19-20 when I wrote my first code that was in c++(i tried but failed to learn it) .. now i'm 22 trying to learn vb.net(progress 10-20 %)
Sounds a lot like me.