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Today I will write to you about what it is like to live with a programmer. I will first deal with all the myths about people in this industry. Then, I will present to you what life with a programmer is like, as a wife. Ready? Let’s start!

The Myths

Each programmer has completed higher education

Oh, crap…

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The stereotypical opinion says that programmers think differently. But, of course, for programmers themselves, this means that they are more logical, rational, and orderly than others.

On the other hand, those who have never had anything to do with programming argue that programmers are difficult to understand and are not…

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I am not a Harvard graduate. Instead, I studied national security, a wildly developmental and prospective major, which I decided to give up in favor of a Bootcamp for future programmers.

The mere fact that the six-month programming course gave me more than nearly three years of university studies may…

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In programming, there is a lot to learn, but also a lot of terms to assimilate and it is not always easy to understand them. So I had the idea to list most of the technical terms that we developers use regularly and that you should know.

Programming concepts

  • Hexagonal architecture: In…

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I have found it very useful for software development activities, and I am still using them. Others seemed curious or interesting to me. All these tools, as well as free, are completely open-source.

1. JQ

A very flexible command-line tool for processing data in JSON format, such as searches, insertions, extracts. It’s…

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Becoming a programmer can be such an idea for the future for all people who like creative work and are not afraid of IT challenges. But is it worth considering such a career path, and what are the main benefits of practicing this profession? …

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“I always choose a lazy person to do a difficult task because he will find an easy way to solve it.”

The above phrase is attributed to Bill Gates.

It looks like he didn’t really say that, but it’s a great phrase, and it pretty much sums up a very…

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I started freelancing back in 2011. I started as a writer. Then I became a virtual assistant. Then I became a translator and social media assistant. I jumped from one employer to another every time the projects I was hired to do get done.

The problem with me back then…

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Many developers sometimes lack confidence. But if someone thinks that his success is pure luck or the merit of others, it is probably worth reconsidering your attitude towards yourself. …

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We know that good code is read more often than it is written. On the one hand, readable code can be considered a subjective matter. On the other hand, the rules for formatting program texts depend on the language, the company, the previously written software base.

The list below is…

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