Plenty of free time in the 'stan to try to learn the basics of coding!
Don't do it! Before you know it, you'll be doing system administration on systems you have no business administering, duct-taping antiquated crap together to keep other antiquated crap running, pulling off hero stunts that wouldn't be necessary if people's wallets ever saw the light of day, and sitting in a freezer re-calibrating a machine that's made entirely of bare metal because it simply doesn't like you - all at or beyond the very outer limits of your competence. Not to mention answering endless "is it still broken"s from people who can clearly see its guts all over the floor and probably broke the damn thing in the first place.
Coding? Coding will be that nice relaxing thing you dream of having time to do one day... and when you do have time, you'll immediately hit a wall caused by someone else somewhere else ten years ago who you can't slap, and have a week's worth of pain trying to work around it... except you might get two hours into that week before someone breaks the mission-critical equipment you just duct-taped and re-calibrated through their own sheer stupidity and inability to follow basic instructions. You won't be allowed to slap them
, either. And somehow, it'll be your fault.
Why, yes, it has
been a fun week. Why do you ask?
Then again, pilot kindergarten... If they aren't whining or getting into places they shouldn't, they're trying to hit each other with their toys. Rather you than me, mate!
Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast:
For it is the number of a man; and its number is One hundred threescore and twelve.