I’ve been watching Microsoft’s Build event, been doing so since last year and this year has been pretty darn exciting. I’ve yet to dabble into C# mostly due to most of my energy going to C++, it’s apparent that I want to work with C#, after working with Qt I feel like the reach for “easy mobile development” is a mere pipe dream. I feel… disappointed? I guess. The truth is that I’ve spent my time doing more workarounds and hack-ish solutions that actually working on my application. QML is a very, very insanely powerful language, the things it brings to the table is just awesome. Yet, the price to pay is having poor documentation on many QML elements.

Putting my feelings aside on Qt/QML for a moment. I think that I will eventually push for C#, in all honesty I just want to stay with one, maybe three languages to work with. Right now I’m just a jack of all trades, and I don’t like it that much.

Anyway! More updates

Recently I bought an SSD, a 256GB drive and it has been a huge step for me. I usually had to wait 5-9 minutes for a full boot in a normal HDD. Now it boots completely in 20-30 seconds.

2016-03-29

I also bought off a 970 GTX from a friend. I’m way behind games, and well, hardware in general. Once I installed it on my PC it blew my mind after playing games like Witcher 2 in pure 60FPS, Call of Duty: Ghosts was the one that called my attention the most with insane level of detail. I plan to snatch Advanced Warfare eventually too.

2016-03-26

Both hardware pieces have contributed greatly on my PC. The boot time is no longer a problem and Visual Studio opens in less than 10 second. Meanwhile games I had problem playing due to framerate issues are no longer an issue.

Now… there’s only one big worry I have. Software development interviews and getting hired. These are possibly my biggest challenge, as a person new to the industry I just don’t know what to expect.