Introducing me!

Hi! I've been entering instructions into text editors for like 20 years -- cut my teeth on C++, currently geeking out in JavaScript, and filled the time between mostly with Java and Python.

Here are the conclusions I've come to so far with all this experience:

  1. Keep an open mind; what you know now will become wrong later.
  2. Less is more (except in speed).
  3. Don't forget why you're writing what you're writing.

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My programming journey: Should you leave your current job to pursue your goals?

when should you quit your current job to pursue your goals. I see postings all the time of how people quit their job saved up money for x time and begin working toward there goal of getting a better career. I want to talk about the other half of this for a minute of is this really a smart move?

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