January 18th 2014 in Recreational Programming
Looking back, most of the code I wrote in 2013 was for Magento, or some other PHP project that in the end would be delivered to a client for their approval (.. or disapproval !) This year I intend to spend more time programming recreationally. Coding without a deadline often allows you to spend more time exploring concepts that are too risky for you to ordinarily explore. For example, I think that an understanding of C is such a crucial skill (especially if you do PHP) that it needs to be given the time of day even if you cannot find a commercial medium for it. The biggest problem with all of this is, well, what do I code? This is where Project Euler comes in.