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Lack of motivation in selection IT specific domain and completing Project

By Zuby_G ·
Hello to all, I wanted to share my problem with you guys.
I have done my graduation in Computer Science and Software Engineer last year. During studies, I always have done my all programming assignments and projects by myself alone. After graduation, I was confused in selecting any field in computer science for doing MS in CS. I started study different programming tool like .Net C#, Java (ICE faces, JSP, JSF), Android and Unity Frame work for game development about 2 to 3 months each. Unfortunately I did not complete any project in any of these. In start of studying all these technologies I was very motivated and when there is a time to make any project, I step back. I don`t know, either this is because of, I start any project alone and due to less amount of knowledge or fear of not able to complete the project I did not able to do so and finish the project before starting ? .
I am also confused in which field should I need to dedicatedly work and develop projects? How to make my interest and maintain motivation from starting to end of the project?
You are the professionals of IT fields. Hope you people give me a good piece of advice and solve my confusion.
Thanks a lot.

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by robo_dev In reply to Lack of motivation in sel ...

At a high level, why did you choose the field you are in?

What aspects of programming and computers do you like, and which do you hate?

In general, find what you like and do more of that, as well as find what you hate and do less of that.

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by Zuby_G In reply to Lack of Motivation

I am very good in programming and as I said I studied different programming languages. I can learn further more. But the problem is as I sit alone to make any project I could not able to do so and early fed up leave it. I did not found any interest or passion to complete it.

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