Ok I get you dude.
But honestly, you don't need to code to "hack".
Ethical hacking encompasses both physical and logical security.
i.e. I don't need code to break into a datacenter - I would just wait for a person with a key card to open the door for me and "sneak" in behind him.
From what I understand, you kind of want to learn hacking in a coding point of view.
But its like why break into something when its already open, you get what I mean?
This is why we sort of emphasize on the security concepts first before we get into hacking and even before we get into coding cause we want to know why its being exploited in the first place.
I get this part as well. Social Engineering. Basically exploting the time and tested and so far hard to fix flaw of any system, us, people. Haha!
I understand I need to learn that skill set as well. But IMO, for me, my soft skills is much harder for me to improve compared to my technical acumen.
Honestly the scope is broad and big. I understand that I need to learn a multi-facted concept. Just wish there was a proper "curriculum" so I know how I can manage my time and focus per topic / skil set