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re: If you mostly write code for your day-to-day, do you have plans to get promoted out of that situation? VIEW POST

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"That situation" sounds kind of bad.

I love coding and always want to code, no matter what I do for a living.

Lately, I've noticed that I have unexpectedly come to understand tech leading after all this time, which surprises me. Maybe I have seen enough successes and not-so-successes I have a feel for what works and what doesn't.

And, I have an unexpected desire to run around and get funding for a startup. I'm not exactly ready yet, but I'm gearing up for it.

It may happen that in the future, I won't be coding every day for a living because I have developed other interests.

But, no, I love "that situation" and if I never lead or start a business, I will still be happy coding.

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