Programmers code all day, debug all night and go through thousands of code lines. But it doesn’t mean programming is what they all know and good at.
They all have a sense of humor that can make us all laugh even if we’re not a programmer.
It takes a fellow programmer to understand the hardships of another programmer. But it doesn’t mean, the same can be said of their jokes.
When people ask me how I make a full-time living on the internet which allows me the freedom to live wherever I want and work whenever I want, there are certain responses I hear a lot.
“I wish I could do that but I don’t know how” or “I can’t think of a good business idea” And my favorite, “Isn’t making money on the internet all a scam!?”
From now on, if I hear any of this (and they’re genuinely interested) I’ll just send them to this very post.
When it comes to starting an online business to increase your…
Writing and journaling are among the many things that successful people do daily. It is a great opportunity to connect with your thoughts. It is something that I do every single day and I know it will have an incredible impact on your life as well.
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One of the many pros of writing is that it is so personal to you. Nobody can tell you what you can or cannot write about.
I enjoy writing pieces based on self-development, health, and mindset (obviously). But you can write about anything you want. You can write poetry, novels…
I am honestly still amazed that something as simple as cutting out time-wasters in my life, over a very short time-frame, has had such a positive impact on me.
Since finishing the challenge, I’ve really “upped my game” and my productivity is still through the roof. Due to the success, I have experienced in this area, I’ve streamlined my operations and brought together all my positive, productive ideas, for maximum results.
Today, I want to get quite personal and share with you all the positive habits and ideas that I have implemented in my life in order to get more…
A few days ago in one of the several communities I participated in, a young man new to the area asked:
What is the most important feature a programmer should have?
I stopped to reflect and structure an answer for the guy. When it dawned on me, I spent over 10 minutes thinking about it and didn’t have an answer ready to give.
For a moment, I stopped and thought — let’s change a little, let’s think in another way. So and I asked myself the following question:
What is the worst feature a programmer can have?
It got easier…
Each profession has its own unique strengths. But as a programmer, you can do absolutely everything — from reflashing an iron and writing a script to repair a laptop and landing an aircraft in the event of the sudden death of pilots. Just have to carry with you a set of screwdrivers and a couple of thick manuals.
A developer is, first of all, an engineer, so you shouldn’t be surprised that we are expected to solve most tech problems. …
My opinion is that no, to enter the market, you don’t need a degree. I am an example of this. I entered the market even before I entered graduation. In fact, I couldn’t afford graduation or even moving to another city because the city where I lived is tiny and doesn’t even have colleges.
Without a degree, technician or technologist, with only a video-classes course, at 15, I started to learn to program. First, I made records that saved my grandmother’s clients in a small text file. …
I find it curious that programmers carry a lot of pain in common. Over the years, I realized that many of the doubts and questions I had about the direction of my career were shared by many people who had also had, were having, or still would have.
I know there are many reasons, but today I want to talk a little bit about the addiction to programming languages and why you shouldn’t let that limit your professional opportunities.
My first contact with the world of programming was at age 15 through a great friend who showed me the process…
Programmers work hard to ensure that people always enjoy websites, services, and content most interactively and efficiently.
Programmers are professionals of the future. The fruits of their work can be seen in simple everyday actions and the great evolutions of science.
Yes, programmers are a group of prominent and important experts in the context of IT.
The work of these professionals, however, is far from being properly recognized. The work environments themselves often see the programmer as a simple “pawn” and not as a key employee for the success of companies that provide technology solutions.
Programmers who have to deal…