Home, sweet home.

There are a few things I’ve been wanting to write about. I guess I should start by saying that a new Ghost theme is under way for this site.

I installed Fedora 22 back on my main computer along with Windows 10 in the same HDD. Both OS have stabilized, I’ve learnt to accept the fact that GNU/Linux will always be part of my life as a person who tinkers, who develops, and love to see new things.

One of the things I’ve been meaning to tackle is what to do once I graduate. There are certain variables right now that makes it nigh impossible for me to move to the U.S.

While it’s something that’s been a constant in my worries; there’s something worth analyzing and that is how much of your job defines you as a person.

I’m not by any definition the humblest human being. Like any other I have goals to achieve. Sadly, those goals have been getting stomped to an illness I have. Well, not sure if I should call it an illness. I suppose.

Basically, I don’t want my profession to define who I am as a human being, rather define myself for who I want to be, more than “the go-to guy” or “that crappy programmer”. I recognize that I’ve spent a huge amount of my life studying programming, and plenty of things related to computers.

It all boils down to being social. Eventually in ten years from here I might lose my passion, or I might redefine the goals I have right now to something more family-oriented or people-oriented in general.

This field comes with a lot of snark, a lot of pessimism. I’d say it’s the perfect field for anti-social people like me.

Rather, I want to tackle these things now so in the long run I don’t become overly attached to the profession. I’m not going to become “irresponsible” all of the sudden either.

Spreading to other things that aren’t computer-related (including video games) is one of my goals starting now. Programming is awesome, and at the same time can drive you nuts, yet I feel like I’m missing so much more.

I think it’s self-explanatory, isn’t it?

So, I’ve been thinking of picking up the cello (instrument) and maybe find other things to do. More outdoor activities wouldn’t hurt either.

As for posts in this website. I know there aren’t many solid posts, most of them are garbage while other contains a lot of helpful content like the WINE guides. I’ll try bringing interesting subjects to write about, no promises!

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