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Discussion on: Even Though She Was Bad At Math, She Coded

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Tijan Manandhar

Sure, you would not need to be very good at doing programming. You'll eventually get a hold of it while getting yourself trying that - but harder.

As of my current job as a backend developer, I'm developing an accounting system - I don't even know a single bit of accounts, but now after getting my hands dirty on programming and logics of accounts, I'm getting to get hold of accounting.

Debit - what comes in, Credit - what goes out