Training Preparation -- What 100 Attendees Like About Software Development

Favorite thing about dev
Problem Solving
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Problem Solving Skills are enhanced. using different approaches to the same problem.(Optimization)
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Implementing new things.
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Challenges
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Building solutions.
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Its interesting, and the outcome is always pleasing
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To see the code written by me is getting used somewhere
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Possibilities
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A truly creative exercise
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Making new things possible and making things easier.
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Requirements on Paper designed to actual practical system.
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The creativity
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Adding a unique, cost-effective design with no warnings. Making it work for all the use-cases
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implementing logic
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implementing logic
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Opportunity to develop something new and see how it performs.
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Challenges to figure out how something should work.
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Converting the requirements to code
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Everything, especially the constant humiliation
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I like the coding part of it. How the problem can be solved.
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It is interesting.
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problem solving. the joy of seeing an idea come to life with a (not so few ) hours of coding. :-)
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I like to see my codes in action.
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Creativity, problem solving
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I like coding and solving difficult problems. I also like fixing bugs.
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I like solving problems.
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the "it works" moment
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Enjoy the challenge and creativity. Rewarding seeing a project grow.
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Understand System
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The creativity, learning something new, the challenge of doing it well. Documenting/specifying it.
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The creativity, learning something new, the challenge of doing it well. Documenting/specifying it.
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Solving problems
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Being creative
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most fun way to make money, as opposed to law, medicine.... Plus it keeps the brain exercised
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pays the bills
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Making things happen in the real world beause of code that I've written!
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nice profession
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Problem solving.
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Instant gratification
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Facing and solving challenges
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Solving various complex problems (not bug fixing)
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I like figuring out the best way to implement certain things
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Always a new challenge & lots of room to improve workflow and quality of output
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- Being able to physically control machines with SW - Fast feedback - I love challenges/learning
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Rapid development, reusing robust architecture
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Debugging. I like trying to figure out what's wrong with the code. I also like building new things.
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The challenge of making code truly reusable. Not just salvagable but reusable without change.
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The persistent challenge and seeing how software can control devices.
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Creativity. Impact via important work. Fast feedback.
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Enjoy the puzzle-solving aspect, enjoy being in the lab and running the code on the hardware
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When approached properly, developing software can be intentional and deliberate to produce amazing things the world has never seen before.
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Software is really about automating things. It's about spending x amount of time today to save yourself and others 10x amount of time or more in the future. My favorite thing about software is the feeling of time saved.
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bending matter to my will, muahahaha
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Being able to develop software lets me create just about anything imaginable.
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I enjoy the constant state of learning, the opportunities for creativity, and the complex problem solving opportunities.
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The feeling of solving what feels like a difficult problem and creating something that can help a customer.
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You can work in a logically structured way.
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Freedom & creativity. Understanding & changing code I have not written by myself.
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It is creative.
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It is well paid.
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I can automate stuff that I do not like to do again and again and again or solve issues where computers are simply faster than humans
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If we develop reusable, clean, and maintainable software, it can be evergreen and build upon the existing work of others to get us to a higher level of coding abstraction.
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There are endless ways to approach many problems, there's satisfaction in doing it well.
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creating behaviour for a product and creating value out of that.
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creating behaviour for a product and creating value out of that.
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The ability to create value by translating human needs into lines of code, that can be easily maintainable, scalable and flexible so that new needs can be effortlessly added to the existing solution.
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clean design, modularized, automatic testing for continuous integration
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I like living in the embedded layer of coding, where it directly influences hardware. It's nice to see changes in software map to changes in real life.
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getting paid to think; and pairing in to think together? joy squared.
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Create new things; solve difficult problems; eliminate duplication/repetition
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You never "know" it. There's always something new to learn. Building bigger things out of small blocks.
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Complex challenge
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Quick tangible progress. Quick feedback. What software enables in the world.
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It helps to automate which helps with an accuracy of test readings and less human error chances.
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Seeing the results that the code creates
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Problem solving
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Writing some code and getting some reaction in the hardware, be it a simple light operating or reading in data. This gives me a thrill
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With very few effort you can dramatically change the behaviour of a whole system.
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Complex challenge
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Being able to create something very specific for an custom application. Later being able to modify my programs and reuse them for an entirely different application but slowly building a collection of personal libraries that make my job easier.
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create capability
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I love the variety of the work. There is always plenty of opportunity to learn, either through your own research or through courses.
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I like that there are almost no limits of what you can do. I made the experience that even if you think you got the best solution for something, there is another guy around the corner which has a better solution for it ;)
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The whole workflow from simple requirements to functional products. I also like the complexity of the whole topic. From build environments over source control to actual coding.
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The creativeness of a good design. Technical brainstorming sessions. Communicating verbally with others.
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It's "easy" to do anything.
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forces you to be logic and follow rules
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I can be creative and have fun while doing it.
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I like it that you can come up with smart solutions for complicated problems.
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Being able to code software and develop solutions that make things easier to handle.
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keep my mind fresh, demonstrate hardware working
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I like that ideas and pure math are the 'materials' to characterize the world around us, as well as the process of trying to adopt sound (read economical and succinct/correct) engineering practices.
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Logical thinking
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i like to make a better product
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i like to make a better product
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Develop software to make difficult and complicated tasks be solved. Be creative.
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Solving problems Creating clean/flexible solutions Seing a project come together
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