I sometimes wonder if this node.js pursuit is self sabotage.
See, I have programmer's amnesia. If I let enough time lapse from the last time I worked on something, I (feel like I) might as well be starting over from scratch. And whether true or not, it sure puts a big mental hurdle in my way.
And in the time that I've been trying to figure out how to approach learning node.js (since I have no real background in JS and it's all foreign to me)... well, in that time, I haven't touched Python at all.
Given enough time, I'll forget it all. Or at least I'll claim I've forgotten it all, because it will feel that way.
So I feel like I need to hurry up and get started on an actual JS related project, ya know, so that if I do forget Python, at least I won't have forgotten how to program in general.
And Uncharted 2 is due at the library, so I must temporarily withhold my quest to get to level 60 so I can play as Doughnut Drake. So surely that will free up brain space to focus on programming. Right?