That didn’t exactly happen. In part because my life is a series of “you want to see the divine laugh? Make plans” moments. Also because in part I spent it dipping my feet back into programming.
I have always loved computers. I have always loved programming. My first brush with it was way back in the day of GW-BASIC (and Watcom Basic) and moving onto QBasic before I jumped into Java. I loved Java. I hated, and still do, the swing class. Also, I have a burning hatred for the old Unisys ICON. I will save you my ramblings about that, because I have enough to write a small book most likely.
So here I am setting myself up to get back into working on projects for a journaling site. I’m re-learning all the things I used to know by heart. There is a ton of stuff that goes into that, and it’s all mental health related.
I’m enjoying programming once again. And to the teacher who said that women couldn’t get into computers — a hearty feck you.