Hi everyone, welcome to my blog where I share my life as a software developer. If you're wondering what that means, let me give you a quick summary: it means I spend most of my time staring at a screen, typing gibberish, and hoping it works. And when it doesn't work, I spend even more time trying to figure out why it doesn't work, and then fixing it. And then breaking something else in the process. And then repeating the cycle until I either solve the problem or give up and cry.
Sounds fun, right? Well, it actually is. Sometimes. When things go well, there's nothing more satisfying than seeing your code come to life and do amazing things. When things go wrong, however, there's nothing more frustrating than banging your head against the wall and wondering why you chose this career in the first place. But hey, that's part of the challenge. And the fun. And the pain.
So why do I do it? Well, because I love it. I love creating things with code. I love learning new technologies and skills. I love solving problems and finding solutions. I love being part of a community of developers who share their knowledge and experience. And I love the feeling of accomplishment when I finish a project or fix a bug.
Of course, there are also some downsides to being a software developer. Like having to deal with unrealistic deadlines, buggy tools, and endless documentation. Or having to work long hours, sometimes on weekends and holidays. Or having to constantly update your skills and keep up with the latest trends and frameworks. Or having to deal with imposter syndrome, burnout, and stress.
But hey, no job is perfect. And despite all the challenges and difficulties, I still enjoy being a software developer. It's not for everyone, but it's for me. And if you're reading this blog, maybe it's for you too. Or maybe you're just curious about what I do and how I do it. Either way, I hope you find something useful or entertaining in my posts.
Thanks for reading and stay tuned for more!
Industry experience Software Developer at moyahexagon.com and https://iswift.mayar.link/