Statuary warning: I am very bad at coding.
I felt like a pro at the beginning. Getting into ComputerScience in BPKKBGC. I almost felt the Yo! moment. But it did not take longer tofigure out that it was all a part of conspiracy.
Some engineers, who also unluckily happened to be my father’scolleagues, suggested to him that CSE, ECE and EEE were the only 3 engineeringdisciplines which would be saved by the next trip of Noah’s Arc. Father gotemotionally blackmailed and I got screwed up in this mess of CSE. I did nothave the slightest idea that the ultimate goal of these all things were to sendme to a B grade college, take up IT (like a mason) and later join a crowd-recruitingcompany to serve the interests of others. And in the process I will getsufficiently old and screwed up to get a life. It is a huge conspiracy, biggerthan those of 9/11 or moon landing probably.
You may study diligently, go to every class and boot-lick theteacher; but the end of the day, you are still a servant. The four years here anywaysmakes us sufficiently brain-dead to foresee a better future of ours. We are like the awe-strucklisteners of Big Brother/IBM in the ‘1984’ ad; or say the villagers in the “Rango”movie. Too reluctant to see the truth. Coders are basically servile tocompanies unless they are extraordinary. If yoohoo-ing at getting a job at anyrandom company and then getting happy with periodic successes and becoming submissiveto normal humdrum of life were our total aims in life, I would rather die. Whynot grab a better life by, say studying further, than becoming servant to anMNC at meager wages? After all we live only once. Coders can be found fromanywhere from common mass, from Lovely or any random NIIT. True life is veryhard to be found.