Curgoth (curgoth) wrote,

Things I have learned about myself

When writing code, I'm most interesting in figuring out how to do something. Once I've figured out the technical details, I tend to get pretty lazy about the polish - bits to make things user-friendly, generally. I have been contrasting this with a coworker who is very concerned with completely polishing his assignments for this course.

Similarly, I tend to leave art projects unfinished, once I've got the basic idea across.

The final finishing stages get aren't as exciting for me.
Tags: introspection

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