I don’t really have any experience with back end, so I don’t know. I would like to do some projects that involve everything and see what I like. I like the idea of being able to do everything, though
I love Python. Somehow it manages to be super simple and advanced at the same time. I already have a project in Python that I could probably rewrite and make into a full application. I don’t know if you’ve seen my huge slitherlink puzzles, but they were made with Python. Sadly I wrote it all in one file and it’s a bit of a mess. Although I learned a lot about making stuff efficient with that project, because after optimizations it takes 12 hours to generate a single puzzle.
I would ideally like to get some experience with all of them
Then I can spend the first year working on my own projects! Great!
My older brother started programming early, but he likes system stuff (he did a degree in integrated systems), and I always thought that seemed terribly boring. If only I had known back then that programming didn’t have to be boring
When I was 14 I thought I wanted to study business economics! Well, it was only because I thought it was silly to work a normal job and earn loads of money for someone else when you could work for yourself… But how ridiculous isn’t that! I’ve gone economics → physics → Japanese → CS