Anyway, this is basically an update on what I'm up to. I am in fact searching for someone, specifically, a programmer to work with. I thought computer science classes would solve that, but I seem to have a slight bit more ambition than most: http://www.vasilisagames.com.
Caeser fell to his ambition, but until I get repeatedly stabbed by my own team of programmers, I'm still your idealistic code addict. Well I have such HUGE projects going on, that idealism isn't getting me through. So as not to lose it, become disillusioned and return to 4:00am poetry about pain, I'm trying once again to construct at least a very small team that can help me throw together a really cool project.
Anyway thats that. <3
PERSONAL stuff. I am being asked to not live at home anymore. Well, I'm 25 so okay. But I also messed up in college by avoiding math like the plague, so here I am graduating English. Turns out, I prefer grammar when it includes curly braces.
cout << "Sup.";
// that was stupid...
So I'm forced to graduate with like 3 classes in computer science and the sudden necessity to go work for real. Oh, I'll probably come back, but there's no WAY I can go next semester while getting my own place, especially since it's me we're talking about. Can an English major become a programmer? I learn rapidly, and I've reinvented every wheel so as to understand it at its nude core, because I wanted to, just like I WANT, for some twisted reason, to work on code about 6 hours a day.
Good news is I just emailed a counseler for these things and hopefully I'll have some help figuring all this out. If I need a CS degree, then by every god ever invented, I WILL GET IT, despite the horrendous, painful nature of math classes.
Course if I suddenly get hired by a company with a good paycheck then is work experience from then on, and ASTA LA VISTA school. ^_^