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    • #64886
      Anonymous
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      >learn web dev
      >600 job applications
      >no freaking interview

    • #64887
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >learn web dev
      Useless

      Lear legit programming or back end.

      • #64888
        Anonymous
        Guest

        This if you want to work in America or Europe
        Might get good paying jobs in eastern Europe tho

        • #65030
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >good paying jobs
          >eastern europe
          You incels need to stop fantasizing about third world shitholes. People here are making $3000/yr when houses cost $100k+

      • #64894
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >Lear legit programming or back end.
        this isn’t 2005 scrotebrain

        • #64908
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >People don’t use backends anymore.

          • #64911
            Anonymous
            Guest

            this.
            i am a backend dev go say this in LULZ lol

          • #64936
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >web devs don’t do backend
            ? freaking codelets with their hot takes everywhere

          • #65010
            Anonymous
            Guest

            sis ive been laughing hysterically at this picture for minutes does anyone else find this very funny

      • #64925
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >web dev
        you freaking bufoon

        this, if you want to make money with programming hot topic now is either blockchain developmen or ai development

        • #64931
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >ai development
          sorry to shatter your dreams, degree in AI only got me academics or glorified economic stat modelling as jobs.

          99% of people dont even know what the fuck AI actually is

          • #64935
            Anonymous
            Guest

            it has its uses

      • #64978
        Anonymous
        Guest

        anon, web dev is legit programming and normally means "some front but mostly back end"

    • #64889
      Anonymous
      Guest

      did you fill your github with sideprojects?
      did you work for free for at least 6 month?

      why should anyone hire a low performer

      • #64890
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >work for free
        im not a janny

        • #64891
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >im not a janny
          not yet

        • #64918
          Anonymous
          Guest

          if you didnt pay for internships during studies you have zero chance of getting any decent salary with a good company

          • #64924
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >pay for internships
            This is where the "work hard" meme gets us: paying for jobs.

            • #64928
              Anonymous
              Guest

              https://i.imgur.com/Zl9BdBH.gif

              are you telling me you never applied for a position with a big tech firm to pay in exchange for really good experience?

              • #64938
                Anonymous
                Guest

                I have an MSc and quit the workforce because employment is a scam.

        • #65012
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I am very scared about this. Im getting CS degree now.

          >DUDE JUST BUILD PROJECTS OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL/WORK DUDE JUST LEARN MULTIPLE PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES DUDE JUST EXPAND YOUR NETWORK DUDE JUST BUILD WEBSITE/PORTFOLIO SHOWCASING YOUR EXPERIENCE DUDE JUST FIND INTERNSHIPS AND TAKE CLASSES WITH LARGE PROJECTS DUDE JUST CREATE DRAFT RESUMES AND GET THEM REVIEWED DUDE JUST LEARN AND MASTER BIG O DUDE JUST LEARN AND IMPLEMENT DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS FROM SCRATCH IN JAVA AND C THEN LEARN DATABASE FUNDAMENTALS AND GRIND 200 LEETCODE QUESTIONS A WEEK DUDE JUST MEMORIZE DIJKSTRA’S ALGORITHM HASH TABLE COLLISION RESOLUTION RABIN KARP SUBSTRING SEARCH AVL TREES RED-BLACK TREES MAPREDUCE HASHMAPS TREENODE’S TRIE AND TRIENODE DUDE JUST LEARN JAVASCRIPT AND BUILD MORE PROJECTS IN REACT DUDE JUST LEARN PYTHON AND MEMORIZE DATA SCIENCE LIBRARIES IN PANDAS NUMPY PYTORCH REQUESTS BEAUTIFUL SOUP 4

          DUDE JUST LEARN TO CODE

          Wait… you are actually spending your free time to get a codemonkey job? You anons are just freaking with me, right? Right?

          >wow I want to enter a hyper competitive field where there’s a very high amount of very passionate people who do it in their free time
          >WHAT WHY CANT I GET A JOB? WHAT DO YOU MEAN EVERYONE IS MORE EXPERIENCED THAN ME

          • #65032
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Someone actually on the money here. I dropped out of my CS degree. There was no point continuing.

    • #64892
      Anonymous
      Guest

      what do you have on your resume? do you have any projects?

    • #64893
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am very scared about this. Im getting CS degree now.

      • #64895
        Anonymous
        Guest

        […]

        Although ive heard most cs grads cant even do fizzbuzz which is alarming. I can do that in my sleep so maybe im ok.

        • #64991
          Anonymous
          Guest

          first I ever heard of fizzbuzz was in youtube tutorials for how to prepare for code interviews.
          Fizzbuzz is just an oldhat version of practice problems we solve every week even in CS II. Doesn’t mean we can’t solve it.

          • #65024
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >We can’t solve it
            I don’t know if the problem is different now. But isn’t it just %3 = fizz, %5= buzz and %3 &&%5= fizzbuzz? Then just implement that in a loop to like 100? Why is this difficult for new grads?

            • #65027
              Anonymous
              Guest

              They’re too busy being taught shit like respecting women/minorities, acceptance, mindfulness etc. It was already seeping in when I graduated, heard things are looking pretty grim now

              • #65028
                Anonymous
                Guest

                That freaking sucks. I didn’t major in CS, but while taking the classes for my minor, they were filled with brainlets, stacies and stackoverflowers. I didn’t know they had fully converted over to the “entitlement” bullshit.

                • #65029
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  If today’s CS students are so shit, is the whole projects-in-your-free-time stuff still necessary?

        • #65007
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >Everyone else gets fizzbuzz while I have to generate IDs in an array that only prints out prime numbers and slice said array in increments of five into a new array to create new IDs.

          Nothing makes me stupider than an interview, I’ll build dumb shit in my spare time but in an interview I go full scrotebrain

      • #64900
        Anonymous
        Guest

        You should make sure you get an internship during the summers you’re there. Don’t slack. I’ve seen a lot of people fade out because they didn’t start working towards their goal on day 1 of college. Don’t fall behind. Build projects too.

        • #64901
          Anonymous
          Guest

          These internships are unpaid?

          • #64905
            Anonymous
            Guest

            No they shouldn’t be, who the fuck even alluded to that?

        • #64913
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >I’ve seen a lot of people fade out because they didn’t start working towards their goal on day 1 of college.
          Tell us more about this.

        • #64921
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >Don’t slack
          Hard work is a meme and gets you nowhere. These "hustle grindset" types all inevitably burn out, not only from their lack of success, but also because you can’t be a high-strung workaholic for 20 years straight.

          • #64981
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Truth

        • #64926
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Yeah and while you’re at it don’t forget to give a firm handshake!

      • #64980
        Anonymous
        Guest

        If you have a good GPA and 3-4 decent projects you’ll get your foot in the door with almost every company you apply for. Try to contribute to an open-source project and get your pull request approved. Companies love this kind of thing.

        Then the hard part is the interviews. But just keep applying. Make it a goal to apply to three positions a week. Eventually after 3 months of interviewing you’ll be relaxed and perform well and get a decent job.

        Learn ADT, SOLID principles, how to use a few sdk’s, and the classic cs algorithms. If you work hard at your course you will have the mindset of a computer scientist which will translate nicely to a software engineer.

        • #65000
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >Try to contribute to an open-source project and get your pull request approved. Companies love this kind of thing.
          What exactly is this kind of work? could you give examples?
          t. work in a completely unrelated field

      • #64983
        Anonymous
        Guest

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M576WGiDBdQ

        Learn Solidity and pump out a project before you graduate and congratulations, you are now qualified for a 100K salary job in the blockchain field.

        *is also attempting to pull out a project for Chainlink’s hackathon next month to get a job.

        • #65021
          Anonymous
          Guest

          My man, I’m doing the exact same thing. Currently on hour 6.

    • #64896
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >learn web dev
      >apply while learning, get job offer
      >apply 2 more times over the years, get a job offer each time
      I have literally never applied without getting a job; I have no idea what you are doing

    • #64897
      Anonymous
      Guest

      start lying or at least making gross exaggerations on your resume. i’m not in tech but doing this helped me a lot in getting interviews.

    • #64898
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Because it’s not "web dev" anymore. Any street pooping pajeet can center a div. Web application developer is what’s in demand.

    • #64899
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I literally make 150k a year just doing JavaScript

      • #64903
        Anonymous
        Guest

        This. Anyone who degrades front end is a legit scrotebrain.

        There’s next to no good front end developers out there, very hard to come by someone that can give you 1 to 1 using any layout strategy along with react/vue/vanilla js. With very good sass sheets.

        This is next to impossible to find. If you are efficient and clean with JS and are also top notice with css, then you are in demand.

        90% of front end devs never move past “Ok/acceptable.

        • #64907
          Anonymous
          Guest

          being good is always in demand regardless of field, that much is obvious

    • #64902
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >learning a skill that could make millions with the right idea
      >actually does it
      >wants to work for a company

      you absolute freaking brown person. make something. you’re supposed to be white to browse this board you mong.

    • #64904
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Do you have a degree?

    • #64906
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >he fell for the just learn 2 code brah meme
      poo in loo

    • #64909
      Anonymous
      Guest

      You need a degree scrotebrain, there are too many "self-taught" bootcamps poorscrotes. Stop falling for the learn to code scam online scam and get a degree.

      • #64910
        Anonymous
        Guest

        typical schloim telling me to go into 400k in debt

      • #64914
        Robotron cryptoserver:gg.xh9wk4y6UG
        Guest

        >You need a degree scrotebrain, there are too many "self-taught" bootcamps poorscrotes.
        ?
        You need to be at least 18 to post here.
        Honestly they should raise the minimum age required to post here.

        Degrees are nice but there’s no way you’re telling me that you can’t become a competent programmer by doing your own research.

        Granted it’s significantly harder to get quality information than it used to be (google censorship, internet ”2.0” etc)
        But just read a book on C++ if you want to be business ready.

    • #64912
      Anonymous
      Guest

      indiasis will do it for 5k a year
      nothin personnel

      is indiaprogrammer anon here? the guy who saved up $180 for his crypto stack
      i hope you are doing well bro

    • #64916
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Test

      • #64999
        Anonymous
        Guest

        What a newscrote

    • #64919
      Anonymous
      Guest

      you missed the trend back in 2012 and 2014, its too late now

    • #64923
      Anonymous
      Guest

      EWW STACEY! look at this loser’s profile picture on his Facebook page. He just applied to the web dev position
      >Gurl you’d better reject that nerd! My pussy is drying up just looking at him.
      >Totally, Stace. I definitely don’t want that incel trying to get with me.

    • #64927
      Anonymous
      Guest

      You have a good foundation to learn web application security especially if you did full stack. Get into that so you don’t have to compete with pajeets.

    • #64930
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Get people to internally submit your resume and look over it. Chances are your resume is shit and/or your resume is not getting looked at because people are looking at internally submitted shit first. Was getting no bites for months and then someone came along looked at my resume, said it was awafully formatted, and helped me fix it. I then got 3 interviews in a week.

    • #64932
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Someone post that ALL CAPS programmer pasta with a coomer image

    • #64933
      Anonymous
      Guest

      whhere do you live>

    • #64934
      Anonymous
      Guest

      In the end it’s meaningless to learn a skill so you can get a job. You’ll just be another wagie. Learn coding in a way that enables you to do entrepreneurial activities, preferably the ones that give you a passive income for a low amount of work. Web dev ain’t it dawg, every pajeet and his mother can do web dev.

    • #64937
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >DUDE JUST BUILD PROJECTS OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL/WORK DUDE JUST LEARN MULTIPLE PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES DUDE JUST EXPAND YOUR NETWORK DUDE JUST BUILD WEBSITE/PORTFOLIO SHOWCASING YOUR EXPERIENCE DUDE JUST FIND INTERNSHIPS AND TAKE CLASSES WITH LARGE PROJECTS DUDE JUST CREATE DRAFT RESUMES AND GET THEM REVIEWED DUDE JUST LEARN AND MASTER BIG O DUDE JUST LEARN AND IMPLEMENT DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS FROM SCRATCH IN JAVA AND C THEN LEARN DATABASE FUNDAMENTALS AND GRIND 200 LEETCODE QUESTIONS A WEEK DUDE JUST MEMORIZE DIJKSTRA’S ALGORITHM HASH TABLE COLLISION RESOLUTION RABIN KARP SUBSTRING SEARCH AVL TREES RED-BLACK TREES MAPREDUCE HASHMAPS TREENODE’S TRIE AND TRIENODE DUDE JUST LEARN JAVASCRIPT AND BUILD MORE PROJECTS IN REACT DUDE JUST LEARN PYTHON AND MEMORIZE DATA SCIENCE LIBRARIES IN PANDAS NUMPY PYTORCH REQUESTS BEAUTIFUL SOUP 4

      DUDE JUST LEARN TO CODE

      • #64949
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Hurtful

      • #64970
        Anonymous
        Guest

        as a software engineering student looking for a job. This makes me want to kms

      • #64990
        Anonymous
        Guest

        FUCK U! I HATE MY JOB AND MY LIFE.

      • #64992
        Anonymous
        Guest

        god its all so tiresome isnt it anon FUCK

      • #65011
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Imagine going to school fulltime and not even leaving with any sort of portfolio. Spend 2-4 years freaking dicking around for $50k and nothing to show for it, Christ

        • #65016
          Anonymous
          Guest

          tbf I can understand naive 18 year olds thinking the school is gonna give them that

          • #65017
            Anonymous
            Guest

            i remember on orientation people keep hammering me about portfolio, side project, internship etc. thought it was gay but glad I listened to them

          • #65036
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Real schools prepare you for a job

        • #65034
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Didn’t know I was gonna get personally attacked first thing in the morning.

    • #64939
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I’m majoring in management information systems, did I fuck up?

      • #64989
        Anonymous
        Guest

        As someone about to graduate in IS with 0 prospects, yes you’re bonked. Should’ve done accounting idiot

      • #64993
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Yes anon I have the same major and 1 1/2 years later still cant find a job Its bonked

    • #64940
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I know some you scrotebrains aren’t even into programming because you’re confusing web design with web development.
      Desktop is dead, everything is SaaS nowadays, which requires you much more knowledge in security and infrastructure. And no, not every pajeet can build a secure, scalable and maintainable web application.

      • #64942
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >secure, scalable and maintainable web application.
        that’s just more sophisticated pajeetery. ask yourself why a gay porn storefront needs a $300/month AWS built for spinning up 87 different microservices running in separate kubernetes containers.

        • #64943
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >microservices
          Proof that software development is filled with low-IQ pajeets if we ever needed it. Cf. Dell’s microservice-woke af IT overhaul.

          • #64948
            Anonymous
            Guest

            unironically started doing the learn to code thing until i realized what a scrotebrained mess the most employment field is (web dev.) it’s amazing how we went from shitty but workable code in the 80s/90s, to setting best practices with formalized design patterns, better tooling, better languages, etc. in the 00s, to schizophrenic abstraction and fragmentation of """"loosely coupled"""" systems which are still hyper-reliant on mountains of conflicting third party frameworks which culminates in some 150,000 LOC mess for a simplistic demonstration of an ecommerce website. none of this is particularly difficult — and it’s a big tell when the greatest roadblock to the career is a college sophomore level understanding of data structures and algorithms — it’s just needless complexity on top of needless complexity on top of an already scrotebrained career which demands continual learning… to address needless complexity which is introduced on a monthly basis with the latest frameworks and framework updates.

            • #64951
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Software development is more fashion-dricen than the actual fashion-industry, and the design patterns that come out of it are largely driven by what can best be described as "knowledge work Taylorism", i.e. a need to optimize the output of workers who can use a computer, yet clearly do not have the mental capacity to craft quality software independently.
              Though the JS world is the worst when it comes to tooling by a wide, wide, wide margin. I could scarcely believe the amount of bullshit frameworks and config files (which, if they break, are only debuggable from the Chrome console, and often not even there) that get used: react, jism, jpusm, npnmy, nigr, and they all need overlapping but semantically incompatible data in their json/yaml/bson files.

              • #64954
                Anonymous
                Guest

                is embedded any better? i picked up an arduino and an stm32, have a few projects in mind — just as a hobby, not for any professional purposes.

                • #64957
                  Anonymous
                  Guest

                  I never did anything embedded. I would guess it is, because it’s not populated by zoomoid webdevs, but it’s really just a guess.

        • #64944
          Anonymous
          Guest

          I’m not even talking about microservices yet, i’m talking about SOLID. Most of those pajeets know only 2/5 of it.

          • #64946
            Anonymous
            Guest

            using any dumb acronym is ousting yourself as a pajeet bootcamper

            • #64947
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Ok, scrotebrain.

      • #64998
        Anonymous
        Guest

        That paradigm is going to collapse BECAUSE not everyone can build securely. That shit essentially needs to happen at the platform level. If you’re trusting application developers they WILL fuck it up.

    • #64941
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >learn to code sis 100k/year

    • #64945
      Anonymous
      Guest

      do you have a website? i heard that a website with links to other projects is supposed to help.

      can you show me? i am trying to build a website and want some ideas.

    • #64950
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >go to bottom shelf college for computer science
      >make 71k a year in LCOL area to do 2 hours of programming a week and play videogames and watch anime in my office the other 38 hours

      • #64985
        Anonymous
        Guest

        How do I get an EZ job like this as a junior software dev?

        • #64987
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Getting a job like that as a junior will turn you into an unemployble senior

          • #65004
            Anonymous
            Guest

            only if he doesnt move up to a managerial role.

      • #65002
        Anonymous
        Guest

        freaking OMG this

      • #65035
        Anonymous
        Guest

        NONO YOU CANT POST THIS IN THE DAILY CS DEMORALIZATION THREAD BAD GOY NOOO NOO

    • #64952
      Anonymous
      Guest

      im learning python with no computer background. trying a step by step guide just to get a feel for it and then going on to a book then il do some easy projects on my own then il do more reading and see if i could join others on theirs. does this sound like a practical way of learning?

    • #64955
      Anonymous
      Guest
    • #64958
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I am doing web dev in my internship and want to kill myself, find something else, please. making websites is so freaking insignificant and boring its not worth making it your job.

      if you really want to go this path but dont have a degree, best way I recommend is find an unpaid internship that would have the potential to merge into a full time job after a few months. you will never get a junior position out of the gate just from being self-taught you need some experience

    • #64959
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >wanting to work for a company
      scrote just be a freelancer and make websites for shitcoins they pay way more than the garden gnome companys

    • #64960
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Wait… you are actually spending your free time to get a codemonkey job? You anons are just freaking with me, right? Right?

      • #64962
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I learn coding (c#. python) and japanese

    • #64961
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Bros I have an idea for a website that I want to make. Should I learn to do it myself or pay some cunt?

      • #64968
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Wordpress

    • #64966
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >learn a skill anyone can do
      >no jobs
      Gollygee…

    • #64967
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >web dev
      enjoy never having sex in your entire life

    • #64969
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have 4 years of experience as an iOS dev.

      I get about 4-5 recruiters spamming me per week on LinkedIn

      I have a Snapchat interview in 3 weeks.

      I’ve never applied to a job ever, it was always from recruiters reaching out.

    • #64971
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >He fell for the IT meme.

      CS, IT, IS, BIT, BIS. They’re all pathetic, stupid career paths that will result in you being poor. No one will respect you. Even if you DO have a good job, which you won’t. You can teach a literal scrotebrain how to code. Web development isn’t hard, and your clients will always be insufferable poopyholes. No one cares if you know Python, Ruby, PHP, Java, .NET. Go to medical school or something.

      >t. Software Engineer

      • #64972
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Lmao eastern european here. Mid tier devs have a 2x bigger salary here than doctors

    • #64973
      Anonymous
      Guest

      in finland it’s easy to get dev job if you are even little competent. our salaries are not as great as in USA but work is very comfy and now most decent companies allow permanent wfh if you are good dev
      my sis is in norway and there salaries are high and work is easy too, thinking of getting a job there and going remote after some time

    • #64974
      Anonymous
      Guest

      you fell for the learn to code meme

    • #64975
      Anonymous
      Guest

      just talk to linkedin recruiters and start off with contracts. sucks in the beginning but around year 2 things launch

    • #64976
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >he doesn’t get in through nepotism
      anon…

    • #64977
      Anonymous
      Guest

      So it turns out the learn to code thing was a meme after all. /biz/ always gives the worst advice, do the opposite of /biz/ and you might get somewhere in life.

      • #65015
        Anonymous
        Guest

        and so are the trades recommended by pol lol. hvac, plumber, mechanic are infested with methheads bulliyng and nepotism. Trucking? good luck with that, most dangerous job in america plus, lot of roads are not meant for trucks and ur fired after getting a few traffic tickets for violation of some bs laws. i think the only comfy jobs are government jobs.

    • #64986
      Anonymous
      Guest

      All these job ads only exist so the corporation can claim it "tried" hiring a local for the job but "couldn’t" find any, then proceed to hire an h1b visa pajeet.

    • #64994
      Anonymous
      Guest

      1. Learn linear algebra and vector math
      2. Learn ML concepts with math
      3. Learn practical aspects using SciKit ,feature selection, online learning/LGD, boosting, SVM, neural net and deep learning
      4. Specialise in banking, credit risk or pharma data
      5. Create a real portfolio of ML projects
      6. Use LinkedIn InMail to directly connect to some directors / in-house recruiters in baking and pharma
      7. Show that you are also planning to apply for CFA/FRM
      8. What else

      • #65019
        Anonymous
        Guest

        love using LinkedIn to connect to recruiters in baking

    • #64996
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Think about the small businesses near you and Search for open source ecommerce with your favorite framework.

      Find a nice responsive template for your favorite framework, pay for it because the free ones look crap.
      Check out themeforest, they have nice ones.
      Change the colors and fonts a bit and just approach.
      Think about whoever your approaching like they are already your client.
      Be sure to explain how important a nice looking website is and how everyone shops online etc.
      Fake it till you make it.

      • #64997
        Anonymous
        Guest

        you have to learn nodejs and some db for backend, it’s easy coming from js
        don’t worry about it

    • #65005
      Anonymous
      Guest

      i make 6 figures doing front end dev self taught lmao

    • #65006
      Anonymous
      Guest

      If you pay me $2500/month I’ll allow you to work for free for me for 6 months.

    • #65014
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Are you;
      A.) Female
      B.) A person of colour
      C.) Gay / trans
      D.) All of the above?
      If not, fuck off.

    • #65018
      Anonymous
      Guest

      apply as a woman, then when you show up looking like a man say that you are ftm now and your pronouns are he/him

    • #65020
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Kind of related but if you’re trying to find a better paying job than the one you’re currently in do you still need to build projects in your spare time? I’m already finding it hard to get spare time outside of work and other shit like family/random odd jobs around the house also take time away.

    • #65023
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >learn gamedev
      >learn 3D
      >make anime porn game
      >1k$ per month
      i live in a third world

      • #65031
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Woke af
        How to publish a porn game?

    • #65025
      Anonymous
      Guest

      web dev is whamen/woke afdev tier, at least most of the time

    • #65026
      Anonymous
      Guest

      you bought the top

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