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In this episode of Hacker Public Radio @sigflup talks about some of the pitfalls of programming as well as her story as a programmer.
Comment #1 posted on 2014-03-13T19:27:30Z by claudiom
Great episode, sigflup! I know exactly what you mean when you talk about keeping a balance with programming and personal life, especially when you have a partner in your life. While mine wasn't due to programming, I did focus a lot on computers and music, mainly with composing music on my computers and just my fascination with computers and FOSS operating systems in general. I was also fascinated with retrocomputing and making lots of that FOSS work on them. This did take a lot of time away from my wife at the time. Well, that part of my life is in the past and I'm with my current wife, but I have learned from my mistakes in the past. There needs to be a balance between our passions of interest and our passion for the ones we love. As much as I love that kind of stuff, my wife is much more important to me. She may not have any interest in this part of my life that I do enjoy, but I'm fine with that. I love her and dedicate my time to her primarily. None of these things should ever become more important than our loved ones in our lives.
Comment #2 posted on 2014-03-14T19:35:00Z by deltaray
Great episode and stories Sigflup.
Comment #3 posted on 2014-03-20T00:34:34Z by David L. Willson
Right there with you
I loved your stories. My "I have a problem." moment was at 4AM, shivering in the garage, thinking, "I really should get to bed soon. I have work in a few hours." :-)
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