I like architecting large, complex systems used in multinational corporations.
I learned how to code when I was 12 in an MSX computer preloaded with Basic (Z80 era) and I have not stopped since. It did help me a lot completing my degrees in Physics and Mathematics, to find my first job as an R&D engineer and to eventually create my own small company.
While I do enjoy other technical forums, I think that Curly Brackets has a great future because it has the opportunity to innovate where other forums had become complacent. Time and participation will eventually demonstrate if my intuition was right or not.