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I wonder how many on devRant are non-dev.

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  • 2
    Probably no one cause they wouldn't understand the humor
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    @rudevdr humor for the Americanized way
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    @ScribeOfGoD i thought we were ranting here.
  • 2
    @rudevdr "ranting" what the heck is that ??
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    @Biggy try searching what it is on google
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    @rudevdr I agree there needs to be more rants but oh well I guess :/
  • 4
    @rudevdr "google" no way bro.
    My default search engine is stackoverflow.
  • 4
    @Biggy stop ranting, and don't call me bro, pal
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    @rudevdr living up to your namesake I see.
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    @penderis i see you are not
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    We ran a survey a couple months ago, asked how many years of professional work experience as a programmer people had, 2.2% said they were not programmers
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    @jschmold
    I wonder how many devs that could keep their jobs without a foking sysadmin
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    @jschmold seeing as they setup the servers, keep them running and give the devs their permissions, I kinda agree 😂
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    @jschmold I dev my own projects in free time and I am going to college to become a sys admin.
    Guess having no friends naturally evolved into being my own friend.
    After which I plan on getting my LPI, CCNA and some Micro$oft certs.
    Then I might look into becoming full stack developer with some languages that are popular in that timeframe.
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    @jschmold
    Could not aggree more mate
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    I do develop programs for my job as I'm asked to do so but my job is not being a software engineer or programmer. I'd be very interested to know how many people here are developers with no programming background (like some people in economics or natural science or engineering), might show how much the "IT revolution" has influenced all industries.
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    Never really done anything useful coding or developing. Just little baby scripts.
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