Programming 24/7?

Hello,I am beginner student.
The sound issue is a bit strange,but I would like to know whether it is possible to become a normal programmer,not code 24/7?
Programming I like,even very,you do not think.It's just that sometimes you want to rest a bit(serialchik sometimes to watch,games to play).
What do you do when you were a student and how to distribute the time?
I certainly spend most of their time coding,but will if I had any free time to be lazy?
I'm on location at a real sloth,but I'm also responsible,so I can't waste all the time.
Share your life experience in General
PS please do not write that you should think about another specialty.In this life,I have nothing but the coding is not capable of :(
June 26th 19 at 14:12
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June 26th 19 at 14:14
Solution
is it possible to become a normal programmer,not code 24/7?
1. basic coders, programmers write programs
2. 24/7 basic only moronic hounokidaira
Summary: Coda 24/7 you can only be moron govnokoder
I certainly spend most of their time coding
A normal student needs most of the time to give beautiful young women, but it does not forget about studies. In short, look for the Golden middle. About "coding" at all forget
I'm on location at a real sloth
All mentally healthy people are lazy by nature, but that does not mean that you have the clock lying on the couch near the TV.
please do not write that you should think about another specialty.
do not write, but think it is always worth including and other specialty
code 24/7 you can be

only a corpse =) - Lulu_Zulauf71 commented on June 26th 19 at 14:17
: Well, the default under "24/7" did not mean around the clock. It is necessary to understand. The meaning of his question boils down to "do I have all the free time to poke into the keyboard to become a cool programmer" - Luisa_Lueilwi commented on June 26th 19 at 14:20
To be honest, more like an excerpt from "bad advice" - eulalia commented on June 26th 19 at 14:23
: Well, as anyone. Of course, those who are beautiful women and study harmful remains only to gonococci - Luisa_Lueilwi commented on June 26th 19 at 14:26
June 26th 19 at 14:16
You need to work not 12 hours a day, and head.
June 26th 19 at 14:18
It is not about how much time you spend on "coding", but in how the output code is useful and knowledge that You will be able to apply somewhere and not seeing results, start of professional burnout . To honokowai 24/7, to efficiently write code no. After 4 hours Your performance will be where the 30% of the original, even after 4 hours - 5%.
June 26th 19 at 14:20
I remember I wrote a thesis, just sat down and started coding, kodil kodil (about 24/7 for a whole week) and I realized that the code is already huge, and decisions and do not close: a lot of mistakes, insane code for handling exceptions....
Well, when I just stopped and thought, then got the lecture drew a graph of the finite state machine under its task and in one night wrote code that was needed.

But then still a bit of a layout error handling and other harness, but the main code was created by picture on a piece of paper (3 hours on a drawing and a couple hours of coding).

That's what I remembered - because coding many problems cannot be solved. Need to head (on a leaf) to think first, and already issued a decision to encode.

And such examples in my not too programming practice was a lot. As soon as I see that the project is covered - you need to stop and rethink everything from the beginning, and then start work (perhaps from the beginning).
But what is important to notice, sometimes not going in the wrong direction, and not understand: which is actually true.... So if you don't know where to go - you can start with the stupid coding (but realizing that it is very likely all that will go in the trash).
June 26th 19 at 14:22
Well, student...
Sleep, learn, thump.
to code 24/7, I would say even worse as a person you as a whole and for health.
Who's stopping you sleeping 7-8 hours, 10 hours to study/lecture and 6-7 hours to see serialchik or hang out?

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