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    Have you actually worked as a dev? I'm not sure you can regret it yet

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    @D--M i have had....
    I just want to do other things.
  • 5
    Then... do other things? You can use dev skills on other fields, and might be more motivated to code as a hobby. If you like doing something else, go for it ;-)
  • 2
    Maybe try to do something you've never done before.

    I used to basically only do JS and I started getting quite bored with it. So I picked up c++ and openGL. My goal was to rebuild the core of Minecraft in 16kb (with multiplayer)

    It has been going quite good so far and it's super fun. I found that it also restored my stamina for coding in general too :)
  • 5
    Dude, your 16.
  • 2
    @D--M minus 1
  • 3

    You're in luck ..
    You see ..
    I'm a cross roads demon ..
    Would you be willing to sell your soul for a chance to do things differently ?
  • 1
    @riteshx95 depends. To who?
  • 2
    @CozyPlanes Well.. me 😂😂😂😂😂

    does it matter though .. 😂😂😂😂😂
  • 4
    If you’re 15 I doubt you know what it’s like working with code in an enterprise environment. It has its ups and downs but overall it’s great, lots of interesting problems and opportunities. Of course not everyone works in an enterprise environment but that’s my experience so far.
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    @CozyPlanes since you're only 15 (like me) you probably did freelance (like me) and realized it kinda sucked (like me)

    From what I have heard it's much different working at a company. So try to hang in there and see how you feel when you're actually working in development :)
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