So I have this non-programming problem about programming. I'm sure someone else here's experienced it. Let's call it a life crisis.
I want a project that'll test and build my programming skills. My issue is that I don't want to manufacture puzzles, I just want to solve them. I have this weird fundamental problem with making fake trouble. At the same time, I'm probably not experienced enough to be dropped out into the real world.
I'm an undergrad student at McGill. Going into my third year so I figured I might try my hand helping out a professor or grad student. Also I'm already looking for an internship for next summer.
None of that helps me now. So here I am. It's a big dilemma for me. Does this leave me to work out of a book? Should I just hang out at lectures and worry about assignments?
Well, I'm gonna go grab some coffee. I hope all's going well for you guys. Have a good hump day! =)