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  1. Comment on What programming languages will you focus on in 2020 and why? in ~comp

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    It's not certain yet, but from a brief research, probably C++ and python. Reading this thread kinda worried me. See, I work in the SAP department of my company for about 3 years, mostly developing...

    It's not certain yet, but from a brief research, probably C++ and python.

    Reading this thread kinda worried me. See, I work in the SAP department of my company for about 3 years, mostly developing ABAP reports or creating apps (SAPUI5). I'm not exactly a stranger to programming languages like Java and C, but I only had about 4 months of "introductory classes" on both of them (4 years ago).

    Thing is, a colleague that I've known and worked with for a long time has been complaining about being bored with SAP. He is the kind of guy that would come into this thread (probably will actually), with the intent of finding new things to learn and tinker with. But that got me thinking... I like VR and I'm somewhat decent at sharing ideas, developing and also putting things into new perspectives. Why not try something outside of SAP?

    Interestingly enough, I was accepted into 2 "innovative" projects that have recently started in my company (completely unrelated to SAP):

    • one specifically about XR (VR/AR/MR), like a company XR hub for knowledge sharing but also to connect the business ideas/people with developers - honestly don't know much about XR development yet, we are still a very small group of people, but would C++ be a good idea for me to look at?
    • and another that will basically mix project managers, developers and internal/external "experts", to identify issues or come up with ideas on how to implement new technologies (like blockchain, XR, AI, etc.), in order to create new solutions or improve existing ones - expecting a lot of python here, would that be a fair assumption?
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  2. Comment on What games have you been playing, and what's your opinion on them? in ~games

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    Very close to finishing Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. It's a fantastic game, both in combat and the story. But I have been taking a really long time to go through it, mostly because I don't enjoy...

    Very close to finishing Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. It's a fantastic game, both in combat and the story. But I have been taking a really long time to go through it, mostly because I don't enjoy 2+ hours of gaming anymore.
    Actually the same happened with another game "I'm almost done with", Shadow Of The Tomb Raider. I'm only 25, am I getting old?

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  4. Comment on What games have you been playing lately? in ~games

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    Beat Saber I haven't been playing video games like I used to and still haven't finished Shadow of Tomb Raider, but this game once or twice a week is not only quite the workout, it's an incredibly...
    Beat Saber

    I haven't been playing video games like I used to and still haven't finished Shadow of Tomb Raider, but this game once or twice a week is not only quite the workout, it's an incredibly fun experience that I just don't get with any other game or activity in my life right now!
    I don't like dancing, but I make the silliest dances on there. I jump around, I duck, I sway side-to-side. It's immersive like VR should be, but also a completely new gaming experience where I can have real fun, slashing through my favorite songs and pretending like I'm greatest Jedi dancer the world has ever seen!

    Mobile gaming

    Similar to what OP wrote, I'm mostly enjoying mobile games while listening to podcasts.
    More specifically:

    for the gaming part and:

    for the podcasting part.

    If you have any recommendations for anything, definitely let me know!

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