I think most 'programmers' enjoy the same thing. However it is always constrained to some extent by the business for which they work.
Part of the point of programming is solving puzzles.
Just like life.
But we all know, not all puzzles are equal.
Just like... anyway you get the point.
Who doesn't like to make their life easier and more enjoyable. Who wants to repeat the same laborious solution to the same problem over and over again? That's what machines are for!
My favourite challenge is: how much can I get paid whilst not actually having to sit at a desk using a computer? Sadly I am not very good at that particular challenge. I'm still here.
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