Where do you get your inspiration to code something

Thomas Peterson
Thomas Peterson

Where do you get your inspiration to code something.

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Sebastian Cox
Sebastian Cox

I don't and instead spend all my time on 4chins

Jonathan Sanchez
Jonathan Sanchez

Need.

Luis Lewis
Luis Lewis

Almost everything is coded already, where is the need?

Jack Jackson
Jack Jackson

Other peoples code ;^)

Aiden Carter
Aiden Carter

In the need to eat.

Evan Stewart
Evan Stewart

Okay, so work, where do you find work? I've been to Upwork and Fiver, and there's nothing for me

Nolan Brown
Nolan Brown

something i want to improve in my workflow

automating something
saving time
using computers to do the heavy lifting and making my decision making / effort as minimal as possible

Landon White
Landon White

whats wrong with upwork?
just nothing there?

Dylan Kelly
Dylan Kelly

Money
That good feeling when everything runs perfectly

David Parker
David Parker

shroom lsd coffee

Sebastian Stewart
Sebastian Stewart

Nothing that would accept me

Kayden Bailey
Kayden Bailey

are you a pajeet

Jason Perez
Jason Perez

Set yourself a goal, then work towards achieving it. One time, I was completely unwilling to install some random AUR helper just to be able to easily get the AUR dependencies for the AUR helper that I actually wanted. So I wrote my own AUR helper. It had fewer features than even the obsolete Yaourt, but it was mine and it did the job I needed it to do, so mission accomplished. Shortly after, I installed Gentoo and subsequently had no more use for any of this any more, but such is life.

Matthew Hill
Matthew Hill

I look like one lmfao, but English is my native language, born and raised in Texas.

Connor Myers
Connor Myers

1. Find problems are think up ways of improving upon something and do it
2. Find solutions if they exist and bask in the cleverness of how they soluted it all, etc.
3. require money for food and shelter

Ayden Bailey
Ayden Bailey

maybe not enough skill
or cost too much

Liam Sullivan
Liam Sullivan

Pretty much both desu, trying to find entry-intermediate level jobs in order to boost my skill little-by-litte, but nothing as far as availability or response from the work for me.

Gavin Rodriguez
Gavin Rodriguez

yea just do a few side projects or something for yourself and add them to your resume
like if you need a better calendar app than the one that your phone comes with or the google one do it

Hunter Gonzalez
Hunter Gonzalez

Aight, thanks user

Parker Thompson
Parker Thompson

at a real job and not some shitty freelance site

Logan Allen
Logan Allen

Haven't gotten bachelors, don't know how to network, looking for side-gigs to pick up money and have something that'll prove my skill to employers(especially when my gpa is currently 2.5)

Xavier Young
Xavier Young

I also had a shit GPA, but I just applied to literally every single site on my college's job posting board. Two summer internships is really enough experience to get a job, assuming you're not an actual retarded person

Hunter Howard
Hunter Howard

first try mmh

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