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    big projects

    Hey

    i'm looking for some big projects, i have no idea for good one.
    but someone told me that the writing compiler is a good one, so what do you think?
    i will be happy if you'll write here some good ones please.

    Thanks and good week!

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    I think if you are looking for someone to suggest you a big project, it's probably for the best you stick to small projects... Besides there is nothing more boring than a request for "what should I do next?". If you can't take a step on your own, choose another career.

    But just so this post of mine isn't just about me being a jerk, write... err... let me think... write a new DBMS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mario F. View Post
    I think if you are looking for someone to suggest you a big project, it's probably for the best you stick to small projects... Besides there is nothing more boring than a request for "what should I do next?". If you can't take a step on your own, choose another career.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krewella View Post
    Hey

    i'm looking for some big projects, i have no idea for good one.
    but someone told me that the writing compiler is a good one, so what do you think?
    i will be happy if you'll write here some good ones please.


    Thanks and good week!

    In terms of big projects, I suggest that you do something that you are most interested about. If a writing compiler is your passion and you do have skills and knowledge about it then, it will be a great idea to consider and start with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shirleygreet View Post
    In terms of big projects, I suggest that you do something that you are most interested about. If a writing compiler is your passion and you do have skills and knowledge about it then, it will be a great idea to consider and start with it.
    I agree, think of something that interests you.

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