Right now is probably not the best time to go out, with the virus and everything. I am cheering you on though. Things will turn out ok.
Yes, you are right, however it just can't go on like this. I skipped the library today exactly because of this, and now the moon is out and I haven't done anything useful, again. So maybe I can at least go to a nearby park? We don't have a mandatory quarantine, and I don't contact with other people to begin with, so it shouldn't really matter in the end.
I did however read these 3 wonderful papers, they were easy to follow, and it was sooo enjoyable - but it's not what I should have been doing! That's the problem.https://simonmar.github.io/bib/papers/ext-exceptions.pdfhttp://www.cs.ru.nl/~W.Swierstra/Publications/DataTypesALaCarte.pdfhttps://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/people/simonpj/papers/marktoberdorf/mark.pdf
I will try again tomorrow!
Good to hear, just be sure to stay safe and healthy. You probably won't be happy if you're in the hospital with sickness.
It was a little bit better today. I managed to start my project - I want to write a simple torrent tracker, so when I finally try to apply for a job I can show at least something.
And writing code turned out to be really hard - you just can't compare it to reading papers or books. >>70
Thank you, yes, you are right, especially now.
Stay safe too.
Well the library isn't going to help you…
Going out and doing anything could help OP, even if it's just a few interactions with library workers or random people. I find my confidence is like a snowball that builds up with repeated positive social experiences.
My project is underway, though it is still a total mess. I would try to finish it by the end of this month and try to find a job afterwards. It's been quite hard so far, but at least I'm making progress.