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Actually I would like to create something new.In this context,I have chosen my department as Computter Engineering however I realized that I cannot programming or I accept myself like that.But I know that if I want more or I practice a lot,I'll love programming.Because as I said I love to create something new. The question is how do I improve myself and to be concentrated on programming?

Any suggestion?

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One useful approach is to "scratch an itch". Find something (simple) in your daily life/workflow that could be improved by software, then write some software to do that.

Alternatively, find some piece of (simple) FOSS software that you use and try to improve it. Start small though.

By actively making something you need, you'll be much more motivated. Also, you'll learn a lot more when you have to make something that works in the real world.

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Thank you very much for the suggestion.I'll try to do it.I think that could be useful. –  user3668628 Jun 12 at 12:20

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