I think that this will continue for a long time and only will stop when AI takes over. Why? Because supply and demand, the world cannot produce enough developers to supply the monstrous demand of them. Sure, it's easy to teach someone to put together a couple of lines of code and control a simple flow but that isn't a developer.
What is a developer? what are those guys who get paid way more than the average? well, people who can understand the requirements from business and with those complex problems turn them into lots of tiny solvable problems on a cheap quick way. That is difficult to teach because it needs constant personal involvement, it's not like you go some years to college and then never pick a book again. In our world we need to be passionate about what we do to just keep up the pace.
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