I write text adventures like Three (and Four) diopolis, Shuffling Around, A Roiling Original, The Problems Compound, and Ailihphilia. They're a lot of fun, and I find Inform 7 a very cool language.
I've come to enjoy using Python for a variety of reasons. Some of them are just to look at my Inform 7 code to weed out obvious bugs or inconsistencies before a git commit, or do stuff like shift columns in tables. I love knowing certain details will be taken care of.
I mostly lurk on StackOverflow, liking questions that I was a bit too scared to ask or didn't have time to ask. The more I see, the more confident I feel either asking these questions, or knowing a question will be there.
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