Oh cool - glad to see another fellow developer here. I too deal mainly with full-stack web work, though Vue/TS. Currently building/maintaining a corporate document editing platform, rolling out soon as a digital menu editing platform for restaurants and hospitality.
Working from home has been interesting, and enlightening. I thought that I might not feel sufficiently motivated when not in a place of work to just get on with it. My fears were unfounded! I was pleasantly surprised with how the days when by. It’s nice to be able to take a little break, and just work it off later in the date, when I feel I need a rest.
Were you a proponent of home working before all this? It sounds like you at least worked from home part-time when you could.
Yeah I get the time aspect. I think it’s harder for creative types with a career profession other than their primary creative outlet, as creative endeavours are typically long, and deeply meaningful and necessary. Even further for extroverted creatives because regular social contact is also a thing!
Can’t imagine it gets many interactions either, though I imagine the collective ad revenue is huge for domain parking companies.
Anyway, I’ll see ya around here!