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    • #181760
      Anonymous
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      Should I learn to code?

    • #181761
      Anonymous
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      depends, how old are you?

      • #181763
        Anonymous
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        if you want learn it, dont ever listen to scrotes like

        • #181765
          Anonymous
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          There is no age limit for programming.

          There is a decline in neuroplasticity after your mid 20s. Sorry to bring facts into this conversation.

          • #181768
            Anonymous
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            this does not mean that it is physically impossible to pick up a new skill after age 25. and neuroplasticity is still accessible after age 25.
            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LG53Vxum0as

          • #181769
            Anonymous
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            >neuroplasticity age limitation
            you are stuck in the 90’s

          • #181774
            Anonymous
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            Cool story, scrote

          • #181775
            Anonymous
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            this is the insecurity filter. if hearing this makes you give up, it’s probably good that you’re not in the market

          • #181776
            Anonymous
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            That doesn’t mean you should stop trying to learn stuff for the fun of it, scrote.

          • #181779
            Anonymous
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            >Now that I’m over a certain age I have an excuse to be a lazy bum
            Boomer moment. They say the same shit about turning into a fatass that doesn’t exercise after 30
            >Muh knees sis, muh knees, I can’t go for a jog at 32 I’m too old
            >I’m not a fat fuck because I sit around all day, it’s muh metabolism sis. My le metabolism hit like a truck at 30 sis fr fr

          • #181781
            Anonymous
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            If my elderly relative can learn Mandarin (of all languages) at age 68, then there is no such thing as being too old to learn something.

          • #181799
            Anonymous
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            depends, how old are you?

            The neuroplasticity required to get a decent living as programmer is barely anything, if it exists at all. I think 70 year olds could learn/perform programming as long as they were willing to work hard.

            Being a good programmer with a stable job requires building good habits and being able to sit for long periods at your computer, focusing on boring subject matter.

          • #181808
            Anonymous
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            i had a co-worker who became a system-engineer at 52.

            Neuroplasticity is just a lame excuse to do nothing really.

          • #181818
            Anonymous
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            This shit probably only affects people who are trying to study pure mathematics.

            • #181823
              Anonymous
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              >This shit probably only affects people who are trying to study pure mathematics.
              this "shit" affects literally everything new you do, scrotebrain. but it’s decline isn’t that steep and varies extremely from individual to individual.

              • #181824
                Anonymous
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                Ok scrote

          • #181820
            Anonymous
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            >t.grasping at straws to justify wasted youth in the university

          • #181831
            Anonymous
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            >he stops learning after his mid 20s
            keep thinking that, anon. surely your job will still be there 20 years from now.

      • #181764
        Anonymous
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        There is no age limit for programming.

      • #181770
        Anonymous
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        […]
        There is a decline in neuroplasticity after your mid 20s. Sorry to bring facts into this conversation.

        Not op but I am 27, is it too late to go from Electrical Engineering to SWE? Maybe I’m coping but I was thinking I could do an online masters in CS.

        • #181771
          Anonymous
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          Stick with Electrical engineering. You’ll know how to make all the IoT things the javascriptlets are trying to learn.

        • #181773
          Anonymous
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          you can. EE seems more interesting though.
          are you looking for a better salary? remote work?
          web dev is not difficult to pick up.

          • #181777
            Anonymous
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            I just think the pay ceiling is higher and spend most of my day at work c programming anyways

        • #181838
          Anonymous
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          not liking math?
          don’t do CS

      • #181810
        Anonymous
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        Important question. Coding is only for people between 1-99.

        • #181811
          Anonymous
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          >Important question. Coding is only for people between 0-99
          Fify

        • #181814
          Anonymous
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          Coding is not for newborns, since they can’t argue about whether Rust is a good language or not and also they have too much to doo with sucking on milkers.

          • #181821
            Anonymous
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            Uhh how do you know they aren’t arguing for Rust, ageist much? Do you speak baby? Them spending too much time on a task is very similar to Rust users dilating, though you can argue the baby needs to do this to survive, but the Rust user can not survive without dilating either.

            • #181829
              Anonymous
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              Your thinking is correct up to one point: babies can’t be trannies and therefore can’t get in the temptation of using rust. Because they didn’t use it, they won’t have an opinion on it.

    • #181762
      Anonymous
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      learn to code

    • #181766
      Anonymous
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      as much as you should learn to do anything else
      coding is overrated nowadays

      • #181837
        Anonymous
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        >overrated nowadays
        BULLLLSHITTTT.

    • #181767
      Anonymous
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      do it scrote you wont

    • #181772
      Anonymous
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      Yes

      Don’t get too hung up on language selection either. Just learn something.

    • #181778
      Anonymous
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      Yes. It is kinda hard and takes a lot of study but it is actually pretty cool/fun and can lead to a great career

    • #181780
      Anonymous
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      19 here is it too late? im a total scrotebrain so im not sure im cut out for it. took an intro to python class in highschool and intro to c++ in college i did fine in both, but i recognize that i suck at it. any good resources to help me out? other than just read a textbook, just leetcode, just do hackerrank

      • #181782
        Anonymous
        Guest

        19 is way too old

        • #181785
          Anonymous
          Guest

          well fuck what do i do instead

        • #181788
          Anonymous
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          • #181794
            Anonymous
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            I started to "learn to code" for real at 21 and now I’m earning 110k as a developer for a medium-sized company at 25 working from home. Currently taking a shit in my own bathroom as I type this.
            Verification not required.

            thank you for hope anon

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              • #181797
                Anonymous
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                learn to knit clothing then scrotebrain, don’t brag about your sheep then ask for a worse life.

                • #181801
                  Anonymous
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                  ??? farming is hard scrotebrain i dont know why you have this perception that it is enjoyable also im not a woman like you scrote that wants to knit

                  • #181803
                    Anonymous
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                    Imagine thinking that producing a physical product is a gendered task

                    • #181804
                      Anonymous
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                      no but my mom can do it anyways so why should i scrotebrain

                      • #181805
                        Anonymous
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                        Skills die off generationally, and it’s an odd thing to have contempt towards.

                      • #181806
                        Anonymous
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                        my grandma can my mom can so my sister should as males dont in my family

                        i still know the basics with that said so fuck off

                      • #181807
                        Anonymous
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                        I don’t know what your story is but you seem like a cunt, adios.

                      • #181809
                        Anonymous
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                        you’re the idiot that thinks that constantly doing it yourself is achievable and that manual labor is fun ignorant city dweller

                      • #181812
                        Anonymous
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                        It is though.

                      • #181815
                        Anonymous
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                        post a picture of your barn please with a timestamp

                  • #181822
                    Anonymous
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                    >also im not a woman like you scrote that wants to knit
                    that’s why i refrained from learning to touch type as a kid 4 real after somebody questioned me by saying "you want to be a scretary? my mom’s a scretary"

                    • #181826
                      Anonymous
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                      i dont touch type yet im still almost 120wpm on monkeytype

            • #181816
              Anonymous
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              You’re welcome, but hope is nothing without action. If you want it, you must go after it.

              With that said, I used to be a farm boy just like you. I would trade everything I have right now to have a life in the country raising horses again, like I used to with my dad. The insanity of the city is starting to creep in my head.

              • #181825
                Anonymous
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                is it feasible to work remotely right from the start or do you need experience first to get those jobs? that’s also something that’s bothered me i’m not sure i’d be able to stand the city

                • #181828
                  Anonymous
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                  Before the pandemic I would say no, but right now it’s 100% feasible. Only work in the office if it’s really close to you. Don’t come to the city, where everything is corrupted and dirty.

                  • #181830
                    Anonymous
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                    do you think it will still be possible in 3 years? possible in IT or infosec?

                    • #181835
                      Anonymous
                      Guest

                      Absolutely, a lot of companies are switching to wfh model.

    • #181783
      Anonymous
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      Fuck off, we’re full.

    • #181784
      Anonymous
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      Fuck off we’re full

    • #181786
      Anonymous
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      […]

      No, you can’t learn to program because you’re stupid enough to admit you’re underaged.

    • #181787
      Anonymous
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      […]

      Start with C. Don’t fall for starting with abstracted languages like Rust and JavaScript.

    • #181789
      Anonymous
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      […]

      rip

    • #181790
      Anonymous
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      […]

      lol

    • #181791
      Anonymous
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      zoomers are the gift that keeps on giving

    • #181792
      Anonymous
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      […]

      He was a good lad. Much better than the other zoomers that hide their age and shitpost among us without getting banned

    • #181793
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I started to "learn to code" for real at 21 and now I’m earning 110k as a developer for a medium-sized company at 25 working from home. Currently taking a shit in my own bathroom as I type this.
      Verification not required.

    • #181795
      Anonymous
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      It’s only like 5 years from programming being banned by robot rape squads so I wouldn’t bother. Learn something to benefit society like growing crops instead.

    • #181798
      Anonymous
      Guest

      fuck off, we’re full. we have specalised teams to root out scrotebrained frogscrotes like you from the industry

    • #181800
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I wanna learn to develop games using C# esp for unity, is there any book i can read in bed?

    • #181802
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Yeah, but expect to hate it after a while.
      I’m in it because it pays me well and I am not good at anything else (that will pay me as well) but I dream every single day I was doing something else.
      Maybe it’s for everything in life like that though, I really don’t know

    • #181813
      Anonymous
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      whatever please u sir

    • #181817
      Anonymous
      Guest

      No you thirsty money grubbing frog poster.
      If you want money just get a job.

    • #181819
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’d usually tell people to report and sage the frog poster. But, this board is such trash now..

    • #181827
      Anonymous
      Guest

      what do you think about software testing, is this good way to start it career or is it better to learn programming language?

    • #181832
      Anonymous
      Guest

      […]

      >Then we have the gatekeepers. Btfo.
      No one wants their coworkers to be frogposters.

    • #181834
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >REEEEEEEEE IT’S THE FROG AGAIN
      >CNN TOLD ME HE WAS A HATE SYMBOL SO I DON’T LIKE HIM NOW

    • #181836
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have known of people in their 60-70s pick up coding. Its not too late anon. Go ahead and look up those tutorials or an e-book on github and give it a crack.

      Fair warning. Coding takes time and hard work to get good at. If it doesn’t come easy at first don’t despair with enough practice things will become easier.

      • #181839
        Anonymous
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        >Fair warning. Coding takes time and hard work to get good at. If it doesn’t come easy at first don’t despair with enough practice things will become easier.
        it requires 100 hour weeks

    • #181840
      Anonymous
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      If you have to ask, the answer is no. Learn to code because you want to, not because you think maybe it’ll pay the bills or something.

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