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I have to stop being lazy, but that's hard, and I'm too lazy to stop being lazy. Fuck me
Road trip without technology maybe?
Sometimes you gotta get away just to do stuff.
Go someplace you've never been, drive randomly.
I tend to like verilog more than vhdl.
Maybe just zone out and play some single player stuff or get lost in some amazing shows or get outside and hike or do sth sporty, kinda depends on what type you are :-)
I don't like doing frontend stuff, but I like backend stuff (e.g. databases, doing the business logic in the backend, designing the architecture of an (enterprise) application, also devops is interesting, like IaC (also containerization)). Maybe some of that speaks to you as well.
Hope you find your motivation again 🙂
@N00bPancakes I would love to do this, you have no idea. Me and a friend are even planning to make a 6-7 hour trip to visit another friend, but there are two problems:
- covid: can't go anywhere with people
- parents: my parents are very afraid of highways, they always think the worst is going to happen. But only if I'm by myself, if either my dad or my mom is in the car we're magically safe
I'll talk to my parents again about this stuff, I'm tired of it, but at the moment I basically I can't go on a trip :(
@jay91 good idea! I'd like to do some outside activities but covid doesn't allow me to do a lot. However, I've been wanting to play the Ori and the will of wisps for a while now, so I could play that. Would keep me entertained for at least 3 days for sure.
"doing the business logic in the backend, designing the architecture of an (enterprise) application" I think that's what I like doing the most, so I've been transitioning to backend the past few months. Problem is that once I figure out a good way to do stuff it just becomes repetitive (create route, write sql query, map query result to data types, send to client), so only the start of a project is interesting. I also like developing algorithms for random stuff but I rarely have a project idea that needs one.
Also I have never heard of verilog, I'll for sure take a look at it.
Thank you! :)
I've also been thinking of learning how drivers work and developing one myself, but I don't have a project that requires a driver so yeah :T
- Who the hell is afraid of highways?
- Checks profile. Location: Brazil.