if u learn to be an electric brain scientist on your own, i think you'll probably be able to get a good job or at least go back to school to get a good job. otherwise, i think that your trajectory is good, if you keep up the pace
Here's some free books (you can search for other subjects): https://link.springer.com/search/page/1?facet-discipline=%22Computer+Science%22&package=mat-covid19_textbooks&facet-language=%22En%22&facet-content-type=%22Book%22&fbclid=IwAR2dD_eYkJArztAjIwg501C7aa9sSA9FGh8ov0PCS6-eY3QFxz2NVqNanHs
Reporting in. I'm moving at about half the speed I wanted to, but I'm still moving. Practice problems are really good for learning, but I'm so slow with them that they eat up most of the time I'm spending. When this is done, I'd kind of like to just sit back for a few days and watch whatever I made do its thing. Whatever its thing is. I'm fine with ending up a janitor or something if I can at least do this.