Very interesting article on Quartz about coding in general.
Coding is not “fun,” it’s technically and ethically complex
“[…] by expanding the labor pool, keeps industry ticking over and wages under control.” Shhh! Nobody needs to hear this.
Interesting article by Andrew Zaleski about retired or retiring military personnel that want to code.
Thousands of Veterans Want to Learn to Code — But Can’t
Yet another indication for blue collar coding? I think so.
Yet another piece about old programmers.
Software Developers After 40, 50 and 60 Who Hate Being A Manager
If there is no problem, why do we talk about this?
David Matteson thinks that professionals should be passionate about their programming.
Don’t Pursue Programming if You Aren’t Passionate About It
I think it’s enough to do a good job.
Tony You wrote an article about average programmers.
Programming Doesn’t Require Talent or Even Passion
Let’s hope the human resources people read this.
Found this very interesting article on Wired.
The Next Big Blue-Collar Job Is Coding
Yep. I totally agree. Coding courses are everywhere.
Kenneth Reitz writes about developer burnout.
The Reality of Developer Burnout
I’m too tired to comment on this.