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My Medition Today: When do we know that we find our calling? Does it scream at us, or is it silently there all the while?

I think it's there all the while, some people are aware of it from the beginning,
some people may take time to realize it, but one day eventually they say It's MY way...

For me it was when I was around 12, I saw my cousin
turning esoteric signs (BASIC) into cursors moving on the TV screen.
I realized at that time, that I wanted to be like him, a computer wizard...


It turn out to be a joke, but for my part I can spot several strong sign showing it is MY thing.
I know it's MY thing each time :
  • I realize that I'm more interested by computers than by football (read soccer), cars and any other topic.
  • I think about packets routing when watching ants.
  • I dream about code. (and find solutions to current problems doing so !!)
  • I see beauty in algorithms.
  • Convert prices into computers :'Damn this car worths x computers...'

"Only Bad Coders Badly Code In Perl" (OBC2IP)

In reply to Re: I'm thankful for my job by arhuman
in thread I'm thankful for my job by Mission

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