I've walked this path for over 7 years, from just learning to create a simple website, then discovered Node.js, C, PHP, Python, Java (Android), Dart/Flutter and now Swift and still wanted to learn either Rust, Golang, or C#...
But sure there's ups and downs too, like when you're up for a deadline and still have to finish all those bugs. At the end, I treated myself as my own code and software, because I've been thinking about this all day long. And for my entire life.
There's still a long way to go to "teach" computers to do the same thing like me, I mean, being able to do what I thought as a software. That's why, be patient.
Interesting concept there of treating yourself as your own code and software!
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