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First few days as a professional software engineer (c# .net) have gone decent. Made my first bigger commit today started working on a small new feature that requires more work.
CoWorkers are really nice, boss is cool, super chill over all. #feelsgood6
Need to get a good job working remote so that I can move to Guatemala with my wife and have an adventure while we're still young1
Newbie dev here starting my first full time professional gig in two weeks as a .Net developer. Any advice or tips on making the transition from student and hobbyist to professional dev?
I just read an old blog/copypasta; what if each programming language was a religion. It was pretty entertaining. Anybody seen anything similar?2
Wondering if we developers should have a more explicit "kudos" system in place where you can send another developer a thanks for their lib, advice, etc. Seems very worthwhile to me.
#NonRant Programming student, doing a years study abroad and one of my courses is a self done project. My home degree is "Games Programming", exclusively done c++ so far and got no imagination. Anyone have a suggestion for something to make they can throw at me to give me an idea of what I can do?