Why do I code?
- I get paid for it.
- I like the creativity it unleashes.
- I seek to communicate (with computers).
- I played with legos as a kid, and programing is damn close.
Originally I started coding because I wanted to be like my dad. This is shortly after I wanted to be a fireman and cosmonaut. One day, Dad showed up with a computer from work, and that night we "pair programmed" a times table program. A life long love was born.
My hope is that, as a reader, you are here because you too share a fanatical dedication to your craft.
- MS Bob When dealing with programing concepts, every now and again the bad ideas need to be highlighted. What better scapegoat then MS Bob.