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    May 2005

    You never get bored or tired of programming stuff?

    I just opened the forum, to look around here after a long break.

    I see always same members answering questions etc etc. Of course i have nothing against this. I am just curious..

    The long time members here, HannesTheGreat, Paul McKenzie etc etc.
    Active members with lots of posts.

    Do you ever feel that you are getting tired of all this here?
    Answering questions, posting etc?

    I repeat, i have nothing against this forum or members. I really love this forum, because its active and it has very professional members here who know their stuff. And i got lots of help from you and them. Thank You!

    I know all people are different. Me personally, i cant do one thing for a long time.
    I get bored quickly. I have to do different things.

    I have many unfinished projects, some in C++ and some in Pascal (Delphi) but i have no mood for any coding, i stopped coding in the july or august and had to do something else. Work on my car, go out with somebody or anything. But i didnt want to see any coding.

    Now its end of the october but i still feel that i dont want to do any coding.
    Absolutely no mood for this kind of stuff.

    For me it takes a while until i can code again. I have to do different things in the meantime. Just got my girlfriend back and so on. I can use my PC to watch movies and find any info on internet but thats all.

    Do you ever feel the same? Turn the PC off, close any programming IDEs and just tell yourself: "thats it. Enough for me" ?

    And get tired of this all?
    Last edited by BytePtr; October 30th, 2013 at 05:19 PM.
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