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Posted by Kazexmoug - December 4th, 2020


For the last seven or so years I've been learning to code but fear of success keeps me from excelling at it. So here's an old blog post that I putup on medium. Happy creating friends

Coding Procrastination


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At least you know its fear of success that's keeping you. That's better then feminst blaming men because they simply don't want to be pressured into taking coding jobs.

Anyway here's what you're missing. Most high pay coding jobs last 3-6 months for high skill, 1-2 years for support. Relocation means they don't want to pay for travel so you relocate seasonally like migrant farm workers. Most US citizen low paying tech jobs are customer service/sales/marketing between customer's & developers so you don't actually code which makes it difficult to gain experience & switch jobs. Actually alot of the high paying jobs are that way too, but they expect us to code from scratch. Reliance on offshore keep us from practicing coding on the job so we need to code in our spare time to keep our skills up.