Career change - Post-MBA move into tech from non-tech
Need some advice. I'd really like to head back into the tech field in search of more interesting and fulfilling work. Let me lay it out for you.
Started programming in C at a young age working on online texted based multiplayer servers (before most of your times but they were called MUDs)
2001 to 2003 went to Cal Poly SLO in Computer engineering. Made it through most upper division math, programming (Java at the time), discrete math and data structures etc. Got burned out and decided to transfer to construction management.
2005 Graduated with degree in construction management.
2005. Went to work for residential developer at 36k.
2010 left developer as superintendent/construction manager (52k)
2010 went back to school again, got a business admin with concentration in finance
2012-present residential finance (home loans), have my own office and staff. (Avg TC 150k per year and manage small team)
2019-2020 MBA from California State University
I'm just so bored with this line of work. It pays well but there isn't a lot of satisfaction in it and my income probably won't ever break 200k.
At this point I think I would probably be best served using my experience to take a non-technical role in tech in order to achieve some professional satisfaction. Or perhaps I should go to a bootcamp and take an SWE role? I don't know. I need some feedback and ideas guys/gals.