Something many new programmers experience.

You have gone through many programming tutorials. Many times you haven't finished them. You keep learning new languages. You can maybe program some text adventures or simple web pages, but not anything useful. You don't want to start creating any programs because you feel like it's really bad and not useful to anyone. You keep starting new tutorials and have probably learnt arrays, functions, loops and objects/classes 10 different times in different tutorials and languages. You feel like you know a lot about programming, but at the same time you don't know anything.

Welcome to Tutorial Hell.
I've been in tutorial hell for such a long time now. I need to simply start creating something and not listen to my inner critic.
by WorkingClassEngineer October 3, 2020
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When you are learning Computer Science and programming but unfortunately you don't understand any of the code you wrote down from the tutorial but it works. Not only that you cannot write your own. It is very hard to get out of this and be able to write your own code. So it is a hell.
You can't just watch a tutorial. You have to add new things that wasn't explained or you will never escape Tutorial Hell.
by hvmh April 25, 2020
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'Tutorial hell' is typically the stage when beginner programmers come to 'sort of' knowing how to build some simple things, but nothing really complex or scalable. They seem to need a tutorial for every other task they are in need of doing.
The newbie developers we've hired seem to be in tutorial hell and can't seem to code anything useful by themselves.
by ScaryTRex June 28, 2019
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