re: You are not a real developer VIEW POST


Often people start with simpler, higher level programming tools, and may eventually work their way down to more powerful, lower level tools.

However, instead of encouraging people to challenge themselves and believe in such a journey, this article entreats them to get triggered over any perceived slight and demand equal recognition for anything they've done, regardless of merit. It needlessly widens an us v them schizm, and potentially robs the reader of the opportunity to have a larger and richer experience as a programmer by muddling over how much praise and recognition they should be getting, or obsessing over the few words of an occasional naysayer or troll.

Your best option is to bin this rubbish and go program something new, for your own enjoyment and edification.

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