Lloyd,


> So true!  In the end, the one that understands more of what is going on
> will solve the really tough problems where the one that plunks around
> until he muddles there cannot.  Still, there is a great deal of effort
> required in the learning process.
>
> "Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is why so few people do
> it."  - Henry Ford
>
> You could learn enough to do what you want to do and save delving for
> when delving is required.  If there is another notion to consider it is
> that it should be fun.  If it is not fun for you then you will never get
> far.  Programming takes far too much brain power to do it without joy.
> Certain projects and parts will be joyless but that is true for
> everything.  If you cannot find joy in it, then do something else.  Go
> to the strata where things are fun and stay there until necessity drives
> you out but return ASAP!  :)

Thank you for this post. I will also keep it in mind.

Cheers,

Maurice