I went back straight to programming from being "software architect" in big companies —something I found in Mexico to be mostly managing and not actually programming or sometimes even creating architectures.
It was hard because I also decided to be independent, but when I got used to not having a regular paycheck and struggling for good projects, (less and less, but still)… in the end I do what I like, and that is soo much rewarding.
When I work with people, they are successful senior peer programmers who LOVE to code like me, and we share expertise, solve problems, create stuff… It's really fun.
And I get to make music in my free time :)
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