A bunch of people who know a bunch of frameworks but lack intrinsic understanding CS, therefore bringing the degeneration of overall quality.

This ultimately leads to:

1- shitty dev jobs (the future blue-collar job, always in risk to be automated)
2- super high-end dev jobs (most likely AI engineering, devops, data science)

As generations pass, this shapes out a whole new world economy.

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    @Hubot-0x58 seeing that the number of developers will keep rising in a high rhythm, logically the demand for better engineers that do a better job will also increase. Normally these, and/or those who have better connections will succeed on getting super high payed jobs.

    You can see what's going on with data scientists today for instance. Nobody wants to work or research at, say, a certain university, you just want that 1 million dollar salary at Google - i'm not saying it's good or bad, just saying that the asymmetry of rewards will increase.
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    @Hubot-0x58 yeah, that's the predictable part...
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