After coming back to programming in May 2020, I learned to do things that I was interested in.
I created unique software at had a learning component. I tried to write software that had some level of transparency by showing the files being edited.
Does this apply to software development written for “companies”?
I think somewhat yes.
The experimental and trial and error helps you solve problems and also have fun trying new things.
This was apparent when writing my final test in college and the final project.
But application in real work companies? I got to see now.
Will it translate? Will it be fun? Will it be stressful? Oh no! Due dates and timelines!
Without creating what I liked and loved first, would there be anything?