Open source maintainer burnout is a huge problem for any developer community. If the community is truly fatigued by a new set of tools every couple of years, then they need to help us fight this problem. Because in the end, this kind of criticism only ends up hurting the community.
“If you could make computer science interesting to women, empower them so they feel that they can succeed, and then show them how their work can make a difference in the world, that’s almost enough to change everything.”
The challenges and constant learning inherent in programming make me love my job. They’ve helped me strengthen and develop the following characteristics, which I believe are not only important to any programmer, but to any successful person.
After four semesters of computer science in college, I decided I hated programming.
I started enjoying programming, at my first job, when I realized that it’s just like solving a puzzle. There’s a new challenge and a new lesson in every task. I love how with a laptop, coding skills, and some creativity, you can build all sorts of things from scratch. And because the web industry changes on a daily basis, you are constantly learning.