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>>18132056My fiancee taught herself to code and now pulls six figures as a web developer.
>>18132496Hope she never worked in an office for that job. Woman. No degree. 6 figures. She suckn dick Anon.
luck makes you rich. coding gives you a chance.
>>18132496we once hired one of these chicks from a code bootcamp where i work. she couldnt do shit but would suck your dick if you gave her a good review at the end of her trial period. your f is about to do the same
>>18132496>my Stopped reading.
>>18132496Your fiancee's a man.
>>18132743dumb. that's an expensive blow job. whoever she's blowing deserves to get ripped off
>>18132496A lot of the time, they hire women as eye candy for the office, not so much for the skills.
>>18132056kill yourself you absolute piece of degenerate shithonestly your mum should be ashamed to have given birth to a fetus as retarded as you lmao:3
yes, 10 years ago
>>18132846You wouldn’t happen to be from Texas would you?
>>18133124yep, studied computer engineering with plenty of women who didn't have a first idea about what they were doing, many of them got hired as eye candya few of them were great web designers though
>>18133124true. Most dev hires fit intoa) diversity hireb) burn cash, so you keep your budget next quarterc)maintenance, offload work from core devsd) please lead devswhen you actually need somebody with a specific skillset corporate won't give you the money to hire them, because muh salary budget and rather spend double the time and trice the money for online courses
>>18132906>thinks it's just one guy.
>>18132056I got a job out of college making 70k by having some SQL and Python skills, so maybe.
>>18132056But it can make you dumb too
>>18132496Look at this post and weep. Just weep.And I guarantee you there are people on sites like hacker news and reddit who claim they deserve the six figures they pull in because what they do is "hard" and "skilled", even though every stacy is jumping on the bandwagon. Fuck, I even saw some idiots on Quora who were saying they deserved more than that.Honestly, what more do you need to realise that this is a fucking bubble?
>>18132056Coding is just implementing an idea so no it won't make you rich unless it's your idea.
>>18133585this, or working for a person with a great idea. wouldn't mind being a code monkey. upward mobility is usually laid out and obvious. and starting salary is 50k min
>>18133124Yep, as an oilfag you see this constantly. I’ve had to stop comparing my career to womens since it’s too depressing.
>>18133522lol they initially offered her high five figures but she negotiated an extra 15% base salary
>>18132056yes if you are extremely lucky and- get a job at some FANNG comp- join some startup early and get offered stock options- travel back in time into 2010 and create some apps- travel back in time into 2017 and create some shit coin/token ico- create your own startupbut chances are great that you instead catch autism or in case you get to be a webdev, that you develop tranny traits
>>18132496that's a man bro
>>18133384e) blow up the number of FTEs you manage so you can say you're managing a lot of people and negotiate a higher salary for youCorporates are a big joke
>>18132056You spelled it wrong but yes cocaine can make you rich
I'm still working through corona. So it is better than being laid off.
>>18132056I earned $1,000 - $2,000 per month aged 14-19 from coding (outside of any employment)It took more than just coding though; marketing, PR, customer service, product design, UI/UX design, database design, a little bit of legal stuff, etc.Coding can make you a lot of money if you learn the skills to get a job - if you get lucky you could pull six figures from tranny web design (e.g. >>18132496), if you get unlucky you'll get a commoner salary, it depends a lot on location and industry, but the real money from coding involves being an entrepreneur (cringe) or using experience/skills learnt from being an entrepreneur to easily get yourself a bankrolling job.