100 Days of Code - Day 78
I took a bit of a break from coding. I'm now back in it and after 1 hour of reading Automate the Boring Stuff with Python by Al Sweigart. I can confidently say that I don't regret the long break, and I still don't really like coding. Development just isn't for me. I have come to the conclusion that I will only code stuff when I find myself repeating long tedious tasks for days on end. Other than that I don't think I will ever develop an entire useful application. I don't have the imagination, desire, or motivation for it. And that is ok because I want to be a hacker, not a developer. I only need to know basic python for my chosen career and I think I'm already past the point I need to know to have a successful ethical hacking career. Maybe things will change when I start to read python books specifically tailored to hacking. Time will tell. I will complete my 100 days of code, and I will finish this book. No matter how much I may not seem to enjoy it.
Total Time Dedicated to Python Learning = 216 hours