heres the problem, i've had so much fun messing with/ learning about computer hardware that i've left off messing around with any programming i would usually do, and that doesn't happen much. i wanted to make video games but i lose interest in programs that are more in depth than a simple PONG remake. i'm trying to find a job in computer hardware but i'm not sure if engineer is the right direction(i like computers but obsessing about diodes and busses, etc. doesn't seem interesting). honestly i'd like to put together computers my entire life but i doubt someone would pay me to do that(well, pay me more than minimum wage anyway). is there a job out there that pays well to, say, OC many computers all day everyday?
So it Goes.