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My first real software job is my current one. Nothing to rant about: great colleagues, lot of challenging work. Plus I get to work remotely.2
Answering on Stack Overflow and writing blog posts in free time, teaching courses and working on new projects in work time. I am forced to keep my theoretical knowledge fresh, and every day I try to answer a new kind of problem on stack. I didn't know the answer to a lot of my SO answers, I test and find out my answers. It's mutually beneficial.
"Validation failed for one or more entities. See 'EntityValidationErrors' property for more details."
That really helps in my error log Entity Framework ❤
That moment when your wired Internet connection fails, and your two mobile backup connections also fail. Remote work is great :)
If you give the client a choice of:
- Quick and dirty solution which results in tech debt
- Better solution that would be cheaper in long run
They will always choose the first without fail..2