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Software Developers’ Growing Elitism Problem

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Some, however, mistake difficulty or inaccessibility for rigor. They assume that just because something was hard when they did it that it should always be hard. I remember being laughed at when I told more experienced colleagues in 2004 that the only programming language I knew was JavaScript. I wasn’t a real” programmer yet, according to them, because I hadn’t learned how to write assembly code.

Posted on November 28, 2015

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