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Art and Logic with JavaScript codes

Whenever you hear JavaScript, what comes to your mind? Uncaught syntax? Hahaha. How about when you think about flying robots, mobile applications, smartwatch applications, games, web servers, server applications, web applications, web development and many others that could be discovered in future.

Does that sound exciting? These things that sparked up in your imaginations can be developed with the magic of JavaScript.

Could it make sense to say JavaScript is an art? Because an art is the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination. An art is something that expresses an idea, an emotion, or a world view.

You possibly could have asked, how does JavaScript correlate to being an art? Now i want to bring you into another picture. Let's make an imagination of paintings or sculptures or any occupation of art you could imagine. They start with nothing or no idea of what they want to do and deliver extraordinary things using their skills and creativity. Just like art, JavaScript can be learnt or written in many diverse ways.

Have you visited websites that have some amazing functionality and got you wowed. JavaScript can be used to create art with codes.

"You might not think that programmers are artists, but programming is an extremely creative profession. It's logic-based creativity" - John Romero.

Now, let's us look at the logical aspect of JavaScript. Logic is a proper or reasonable way of thinking about something. The process of learning JavaScript makes you a logical thinker. In the sense of analyzing a situation and coming up with a sensible solution. This is definitely a process. It takes constant practice and determination to become this.

I wonder if anyone thought "how do i eventually become this code artist and logical thinker"? Well, if you did, this is what i have for you:

Think to solve.
Play games.
Code challenges.
Look at other people's code.
Practice. 6.---- 7.----
Keep practicing.
I leave you with this quote " In some ways, programming is like painting. You start with a blank canvas and certain basic raw materials. You use a combination of science, art, and craft to determine what to do with them" - Andrew Hunt.





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