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neeno
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So it finally sunk in that now is not the time to develop a commercial app. I never did it because reasons (too lazy to explain it all), but I always wanted to and this time I was determined to do it, but it dawned on me that now is not the time. Right now I have to do well in college and learn as much as I can.

Sadly that sweet sweet passive income will have to wait, but I'm kinda excited. I have basically freed myself from the feeling of guilt of making slow progress on my project. No more of that voice in the back of my head "but I should be developing the project, not this random thing". Now I'll basically just try my hand at a fuck ton of stuff, see what I like, maybe get an internship with a teacher of mine, who knows.

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    I know you hear these success stories of guys that made a crazily successful project in their uni days - but don't do it.

    Almost everyone I know who's tried that managed to screw up their degree by not learning what they should have, and put a ton of effort into a project that failed.
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    @AlmondSauce yep, that's what I was thinking. Plus, if I wait to try doing it after I finish college I'll have a bigger chance of success, since I'll have a lot more experience. I might even take a few business-related courses.
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