This is actually a bit of a weird story. I was playing Minecraft about 5 years ago with the mod called ComputerCraft. This mod enabled users to write lua code to interact with the Minecraft world (turning redstone on and off, actually display GUIs using monitors). I was so amazed by the possibilities of programming that I kept doing it. I always wanted this component in my study and it was between computer science and bioinformatics. I chose bioinformatics purely because it had two worlds combined: natural sciences and programming.
To this day I already passed 2 out of 4 years of this study and still enjoying it very much!
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