I picked what I’m good at so solving puzzles after that it’s simple.

10 years experience rule or 10’000 hours of writing code.

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    Those metrics are subjective. You can spend 10K hours flipping burgers, but not get good at cooking.
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    @Demolishun I never met someone who’s only work was flipping burgers for 10’000 hours like I never met someone who writes code eight hours a day everyday.

    Those are not valid test cases.
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    My parser got hung on the radix point :(
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    @SortOfTested I’m glad I could help.
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    But 10,000 hours is only 416 days.
    If "good" is at 1 year 1 month, wtf do we call 10+ years.

    Super warrior code busting ninjas of doom?

    ๐Ÿค”it has a kinda ring to it though, yay new job title!

    Ps: I'm not a fan of the 10k hours thing, it's not a sign of being good at something, it's a sign you should have some form of competence in said field.
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    Oh you, no need for anything like that. Just call me "your highness" ;)
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    @SortOfTested ๐Ÿ˜… as you wish your highness
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    @C0D4 20+ I feel old.
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    @C0D4 I just wrote it for entertainment purposes I didn’t red the book that is behind this statement.

    What I know it’s based on people who do sports so it will be roughly 3h a day for 10 years playing tennis.

    You won’t tell me you’re focused 8h a day in front of computer writing code.

    I don’t know anyone who can do it for more than 1-3 days straight before he needs mental treatment.
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