I want to code more because:
I like to be a software developer or software engineer. Also, I am very impressed about some softwares and I always have a question "how they build this software"
I know I’ll have reached my “code more” goal when:
I get more familiar with programming and software developing related tasks and able to work on my own projects.
My top three assumptions for reaching my goal are:
I am very interest about software developing.
I have the passion to solve problems.
I will have enough time.
Of these assumptions, my riskiest is having enough time.
When I think about my riskiest assumption, three possible root causes are:
I can't keep looking at the screen for a longer time period.
I like to watch movies, tv shows and to play games
I get stress and I have to spend much time to become "normal" again.
3 ways I might address these root causes are:
Create a more efficient schedule.
Reducing the time I spend for my hobbies.
Planing the every day tasks with more efficient way.
Of these, the biggest cause that’s worth tackling first is create a more efficient schedule.
I love your "how they build this software" mindset. This motivates me too. I think this is a healthy fascination/skepticism that everyone should have these days with the impacts on society and privacy concerns today.
I too struggle with many hobbies and getting back to a regular coding routine. I like your thoughts on getting more efficient with everyday tasks to create more time for coding. Great job and insights!
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