I took a BASIC class for a week around 2~3rd grade and stopped as I didn't understand English (back in Korea because of RUN command.) 😅.
I was going for an EE (Electrical Engineering) degree in college, which required taking a programming course (Modula-3).
I couldn't stand 4 hour-long EE labs but found myself writing programs for hours and overnight. That's when I thought that it was what I wanted to do.
So I went for a CS degree 🙂.
My first job was a help desk position but a programmer at the company left abruptly so I volunteered to take his position and been programming since then.
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