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      I can use html and css for creativity and that's about it

      i was never good with java and stuff like c and c sharp , I don't like working with those programming languages anyway
      Get into Python then. You can do almost anything in Python, it is an incredibly easy and versatile language.

      Your HTML/CSS background would be helpful for web-related things, e.g. web design (you could use Python for the backend rather than the mess that is PHP)
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      Get into UX if that interests you. You don't need programming for it, it's mainly to do with designing interfaces for systems. You build the wireframes and the developers take that and build the system.
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      (Original post by study beats)
      how

      that will waste more years of my life

      how do i get the time back that I have wasted
      That's sadly not possible, there's np way to reverse time my friend.
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      Look into Human Computer Interaction. See if that interests you. They have Msc at Nottingham, UCL
     
     
     
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