Great, it’s an amazing job. You’ve got great benefits like choosing your own working hours and home office, competitive pay and all kinds of businesses need programmers. You prefer the freedom and familiarity of a startup? We got you covert. You prefer the stability and structure of a multi-billion dollar business? No problem either. There is also the aspect of stability of the job itself and it isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
Why would you log your own traffic? That’s what the NSA is for right?! I’m absolutely fascinated by Data science and one of my ideas is to analyze my own browsing behavior. I’m just starting to get into it, but I hope that I can come back in maybe a year and have hundreds of gigabytes of data to work with. I hope to gain a deeper understanding of certain protocols and network traffic in general.
Why do you start a programming blog? I analyzed the market and realized there was a severe lack of such blogs, well.. not really. One of the biggest flaws in humans to me is, that every person has to learn everything from scratch. That’s one of the reasons I believe knowledge should be freely accessible for everyone. This blog will be my contribution to spread and record what I learned.