Local Developer Abandons Yet Another Project

Saying he was quickly growing tired of continuing, local developer Mark Coleman told reporters Monday that he was planning on abandoning his latest side project.

“It’s just gotten too boring to keep doing this project–it’s been going for almost 2 days now,” said Coleman, 31, continuing that the project was also using outdated technologies, and it was time to move on. “I already have an idea for a new project which I’m going to start next. I’ve also planned out which libraries and frameworks it’s going to use, and even created a directory on my machine to put the code in!” At press time, Coleman had decided that the new project was more challenging than he thought, and had been considering abandoning it as well.


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