Hi, When developing games, do you actually enjoy programming? Do you consider the development itself to be a joyful experience or do you just wait for the game to be finished? I know there are quite many non-programmers like 3D –artists, who have learned to code as well, even if it's not their forté. I'd like to hear opinions from the likes of them. My personal story. I didn't use to consider being very good in abstract thinking and it showed in the grades I got in ground school. However, some time ago I challenged myself to learn math up to Calculus level in Khan Academy. When I really put my heart and soul to learning small nuances and the required steps (not all the way up to Calculus yet), I was happy to realize I started learning it and becoming efficient in it. Certainly I won't become the person to solve the mysteries of fusion power, but after getting over the hump I realized I can get pretty far in almost anything. Programming-wise I currently have only one course of Python behind me, so I better start adding more knowledge in C#.