The more I learn, the more I want to learn.
Got an idea? There's (probably) an app for that.
New ideas don't need to be revolutionary. But they can impact YOUR life.
With that being said, I've been teased with possibilities since my coding journey began last year about what I would like to get my teeth into. Some of these projects became my milestone projects during my coding course.
Some, I don't yet have the requisite skillset. Whereas others just require a solid few hours on a lazy afternoon.
Some of the ideas that have been bouncing around in my head -
- Darts app to make the math of 501 countdowns and required double finishes easier to calculate.
- Cookie-cutter role-play games that would satisfy my writing itch and appeal to kids in a 'Choose-Your-Own-Adventure' Game.
- Recruiter Wheel - a Glassdoor type site to shine a light on the best recruiters by location/industry in league table type format with a 'wheel' profile that illustrates their various strengths. This could also be a forum for frustrated jobseekers to (anonymously?) share their disappointing dealings with poor recruiters which will, it is hoped, raise the bar across the industry.
- Animating my ROT stories into various interactive games.
- Social enterprise initiatives, e.g. flouridated countries, fracking sites, 5G approved sites etc.
- Auto-formatter to convert MS Doc files into a format uploadable to Kindle Publishing.
The more I learn, it seems the more there IS to learn.
This list will continue to grow.
Coding engages the left-side of the brain with its analytical, logical and process-driven approach. It's important to remember to flex the right-side - the creative, imaginative and artistic part that gives birth to new ideas.
Using a holistic approach to problem solving can help overcome roadblocks and perhaps lead to new territory.
Who knows what's on the other side of that bridge?