I have this guy who always post on his social media stories about how he is so good at programming and he has mastered “python” “R” and “JavaScript”. He just started programming early this year. February to be precise and thinks he is a badass programmer. Smh
How will I tell him codeacamy free certificates isn't knowing about programming and cramming syntax isn't programming also🤦🏽‍♂️

  • 17
    Two interviews in and he'll know what's up.
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    @kamen lol 😆
  • 10
    Dunning-Kruger effect.
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    Bruh, this was me in highschool. Cringe as fuck.
  • 6
    Give him something to code with a deadline. Then he can test himself.
  • 6
    Don't stick your cock down his throat just yet, considering how fucked up the market is right now you might end up working for him in the close future. Not everyone's lucky enough to work for @Root or @SortOfTested
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    yeah seriously I am so long in coding, but when I see new ones saying like they are experts. I can not stop laughing, as they do not know what is real programming.
  • 2
    Send him to hackerrank challenges to prove his claim?
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    I've been learning web development in JavaScript for nearly a year now, and I still don't think I'm anywhere close to being an expert

    The dunning-kruger effect is dangerous
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    Wtf, been doing this shit for 6 years and still don't consider myself real expert in any of languages I worked with.. 🤷‍♂️
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    I met people who consider themselves as UI gurus as they have good knowledge with one or two frameworks like angular and react but have no clue about javascript prototypical inheritance
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