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Why do you like to code?

I just wanted to hear you guys' input

9/17/2020 6:51:29 PM

Goldicane

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Ask yourself that why you don't like to code? Get the answer and take a step to create something creative. cause it’s fun.

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My motivation was to automate the boring stuff.

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Its fun to fix and build things

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I don't like to write code. But I like to create applications and make them behave like I want. And I like to solve problems. So, I have to code 🙂

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I was bored in quaratine and my uni told me to try somthing new. Here I am; I find it satisfying to be able to make programs with everything I would like them to and not have to rely on somone making a program for me

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Software development was a door I opened into a new career to escape one I hated. I thoroughly enjoy automating business operations and building useful systems and web services that companies rely on. It's become a point of pride for me.

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When people code they feel themselves genius 😂😂😂

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I liked my own post Jan Markus XD

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It's fun to build new things. You also train your creative thinking.

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I love coding because its fun to use computers and build things

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I am very interested in computer whether it is game or software

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I think so we can open new doors for us by coding and creating new things and innovating new ideas and taking this technological Era on a next level.

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I like it because it is such an experiment. Something innovative, new, looks scientific and sometimes is. And its like constructing. You build something really complex and if it goes wrong, rebuild fast and have zero resourses lost, just a bit time. Mistakes really appreciate in programming. :)

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Because it is fun to program! 😊 When you're programming you feel the super power that everything is in your hand. Build, destroy, instruct, create, play, with the machine as you want. That makes people happy 😄

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My motivation is building projects (games? OSs?) and hoping to become someone like Steve Jobs and help people learn programing (so I had to learn programming myself first) and fix bugs, and do stuff! 😀😁😂🤣😃😄😅😆😉😊😋😎😍😘😗😙😚☺️🙂🤗😏😌🤓😛😜😝 Edit: Make boring stuff into intriguing stuff My love for programming is what makes me not go nuts when I learn programming. I'm a firewall to the rage of unsuccessful programs. It also helps me release my creativity into the world no matter how bad it is😉

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Because,It creates the new mind !

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I love puzzles and coding allows you to solve real world puzzles.

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ever since i was little i had a passion for computers, i just wanted to know how they worked

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Because it teaches you how to control something or even build.

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Programming is the future. The possibilities are endless and it's just like a story which an author/ writer writes. The only difference is that writing codes can change humanity. The first time man rubbed stones to realise that's how fire gets generated. Then came mans first invention, the wheel. Take this phase as an era where programming is another thing which will help us grow and evolve. ^_^