Where do they tech Python officialy ?

Jarek Zgoda jzgoda at o2.usun.pl
Tue Jul 24 11:13:18 CEST 2007


Paul Rubin napisał(a):

>> The problem is that I would like to work as a Python programmer but
>> all the job vacancies I can find requires a couple of years of
>> professional experience ... that I don't have. How a wanna be
>> programmer can start working as a programmer if there is no chance to
>> start from somewhere ? That's the reason I created this topic.
> 
> Why would you want to become a programmer?  Programmers smell bad,
> they have no social life, they get treated like crap by everyone.
> They can get paid pretty well but then they spend all the money on
> useless electronic junk so they still live like bums.  There is only
> one reason to be a programmer, which is that the drive to program
> burns in you like a fire.  But in that case don't ask how to become a
> programmer, because you are already one, so welcome to the ranks ;-).

+1 QOTW

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