In Return

Introduction

Are you a zero or a one? — Christian Slater in Mr. Robot

I play a very important role as a prospective Software Engineer. Software matters to me the most and it is no surprise that I know for fact that I am trying to solidify my skills for a better cause. Also, I feel kind of the sense of burning out because I am putting too much effort on my own part on work instead of having fun and mess around the code every time to bring super cool tricks and ideas to life. It also made me reevaluate my previous and present choices regarding of coding. I realized the idea of zeros and ones (which is called binary, a programming term for numerical notation for bases of two instead of the normal 10) matter to me because it determines how I want to do things in life and as well as in my programming projects. I’ve been out of practice for quite some time now and it is about to change that. Programming is always my favorite profession to work on when it comes to projects.

What does this mean to me?

I will focus on projects that are not finished just yet. There is a lot of work ahead of me to do. Again, I am trying be a One at this very moment to bring the best products possible. It’s been too long that I’ve been in the shadows. This will be my spotlight year.

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