I am shameless in my desire to learn, in my need to question and in passion to become useful to society.
" .. the hard-working apprentice must not become self-satisfied with his success. It is very easy to rise above the mediocre in the field of software development because too many people become satisfied with staying only slightly ahead of the curve. You must fight this tendency toward mediocrity by seeking out and learning about other teams, organizations, journeymen, and master craftsmen that work at a level of proficiency that an apprentice cannot even imagine..." Apprenticeship patterns, Hoover & Oshineye
I cannot tell you how, but I have suddenly fell in love with this beautiful world of programming and computers. Right now, I am pacing myself, but at the same time eager to go all out to learn new things about this profession.