I took an interest in the subject of computer science at the age of 14. It was only until later on when I discovered TheNewBoston that I began to study the language of C++ and began programming for real. I find programming to be an interesting activity; it's often a pretty tedious and boring process, but the payoff with solving problems as well as the results you get in the end make it all worth it.
Some of my soft skills is drawing, painting, and even a little bit of music. I use these soft skills for building small games. While I do love game design, I feel as if sticking to just making games doesn't quite build up enough skill when it comes to programming. I hope being a part of the Stack Overflow community will broaden my horizon when it comes to what one can do as a programmer.
I hope to build a skill that can aid me later on in terms of technology.
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