Life-experience of 19 y.o CS-student.

The dream is free but the hustle is sold separately. George “GK” Koufalis.

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Since I was 16, I started to learn things fast, curiosity was blowing my mind. But before 16 I always used to look forward to easy ways or shortcuts, which ended up useless in terms of everything. I used to try to cheat on exams, I used to find any kind of shortcuts in games, cheat codes, and stuff like this. And I thought that life also likes this, I will get rich immediately, but didn’t think about how etc.

So let’s just analyze, there are aimless people around us, they dig deep into your mind and start to make you also an aimless piece of shit, sorry tho, right now I am talking about teenagers. Hey, guys if you don’t have any aim in life, how you live? How do you want to achieve those small “want” things? Ask your parents? …


The story about scariest experience you wish you don’t want to have. 👻

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Photo by Mika Baumeister on Unsplash

For some productivity reasons, I was switching off and on my Instagram accounts. Last year I have tried life without Instagram for almost three months. And I am here to share my experience and books that I have read to know more about life without social media. Nowadays for most people, it is hard to live without social media, because it became a habit, bad habit.

At the beginning of the last year, I wanted to try to live without social media life, how it will affect my productivity and how much I am able to learn during that time. Although I had zero experience to fight with this kind of bad habit because it became part of my life and I didn’t know how to live with it. The first two weeks it was hard because whenever I pick my phone I start to search for Instagram or simple feed to scroll something. …


This blog post about a student who studies at Hangzhou Dianzi University thinking about his next 4 years.

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Here I am with my 6 months of experience in China, Hangzhou studying Computer Science. When you hear “Computer Science,” you think about programming/coding the whole day along with at University. Surprise! We don’t do coding classes every day, we have one class of programming in a week, 4 classes in a month. I knew about it, but I didn’t know that it will hurt me that deep inside, because I thought we will ONLY study Computer Science and programming here.

First-class, class of C programming, I saw the schedule of courses that we will have and what we are going to learn, surprise one year of learning. C-language, here one thought pops up, why am I learning C language itself whole year? I challenged myself to revise everything that I have learned in the U.S embassy in Tashkent, C-programming course. I realized that we have learned language itself and built a bowling program in three months while all of us had schools and extra-courses such as English courses, math, physics, biology, IELTS/SAT, etc. …


Life in quarantine, when it started.

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I am a student at Hangzhou Dianzi University. I have been living in China since September 12.

I would like to share my story which is connected to the coronavirus outbreak and its effects on foreign students in China. Before the Chinese New year, and most of the students were planning to stay in China, because the Chinese New Year holiday for students lasts about 2 months, so we had two months of free time and most of us were planning to explore Hangzhou or China itself.

After the outbreak came out and the World Health Organization announced an International threat warning most of the students bought tickets and flight back to their countries. I was on the list of last people who decided to go back. I tried and I couldn’t because of the Asian Airlines and South Korea itself. …


Only family can support you in anytime!

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Photo by Tyler Nix on Unsplash

I wish I could listen to my family earlier, maybe I could be better by starting everything earlier. But that is not the point, because it is the past, and everything has passed, I am glad that everything turned out like this. But why am I writing this blog?

For youngsters, sometimes you think that you are doing a good job, but man if you listen to your parents and family, at least 40%, you will understand everything earlier, because experienced people are talking with you. …


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There is a comfort zone, everyone has it, but the problem is that this comfort zone is an obstacle, obstacle of the progress in our life. I had two options, staying in Uzbekistan and moving next to China, to explore the world, a new culture, a place where English is not a primary language. It means that I have gone out of my comfort zone.

Why I did that?
Uzbekistan was my comfort zone, I had a job, I had a nice salary for 18 years old developer in Uzbekistan. But I didn’t feel the progress at that time. School, work and home, it was an endless routine. …


People ask me “How to learn how to code fast”, “how to learn English in three months”, “How to convert thought into words and sentences?” People seek an easy way. But it is not easy, it needs to be stared as soon as possible. It’s not waiting for next Monday, it’s not about waiting for the exact day.

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If it was easy to learn, I would be an Artificial Intelligence developer, if it WAS easy!. Never, never seek for easy way when it comes to your development, there is no course which teaches how to speak and write in English in three months. …

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