It takes a special kind of person to enjoy programming. Not everyone has that spark. It is most definitely not a field to enter purely for the money. If you don’t have the desire, you will not enjoy it. Programming takes a lot of logical thinking and the ability to break down problems and solve the bits in order.
A quick test to see if you’ll enjoy programming is to think back to those little word problems in your math classes. Did you enjoy them? Was it a challenge that you enjoyed completing? That’s the easiest correlation to programming, because in essence your job will consist of taking word problems from customers or your employer and devising solutions.
Just don’t listen to people who claim that programming is not worth it..
[Edited by VVA1210CK, 12/27/2010 10:06:53 PM]
But seriously, I want to be a superhero. I have not figured out how yet. So in the mean time I will settle for aiming to make people happy while doing something I like.
[Edited by potato_chips, 12/28/2010 12:16:05 AM]
I want to go to India or Nepal to get some religious experience...
The rest I think is better to cross the bridge when I come to it.
Other than that my rugby isn't going too bad so that's always a breakthrough thing.
Changing the society - doctor explains itself..
[Edited by elle_sweetheart, 12/31/2010 10:57:46 AM]