Is this the big programming money that Jow Forums was telling me about?

Kayden Jenkins
Kayden Jenkins

is this the big programming money that Jow Forums was telling me about?

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Nathan Scott
Nathan Scott

haha who the fuck would apply to that pile of shit

Austin Gonzalez
Austin Gonzalez

Back end developer
Sounds like some gay shit. I'll pass

Xavier Martinez
Xavier Martinez

problem is that when some professional area becomes too valuable people will naturally jump on that and destroy the demand. Literally every IT company hires pajeets to work on distance and outsorcing. It started with call centers 10 years ago.

Evan Morgan
Evan Morgan

other faggots think they're safe. they've started outsourcing HR as well. I get calls from about 10 pajeet recruiters each week.

Jack Fisher
Jack Fisher

its been going this way for a while, this is about as low as it gets but it will be the norm in 5 years.
i doubt theres figures for the number of new developers gaining qualifications at all levels worldwide every year but it must be in the double digit millions and they arent all pajeet.

Cooper Lee
Cooper Lee

As someone in IT this is correct. Blame the companies cheaping out with pajeets

Gavin Watson
Gavin Watson

Its intentionally set low so no one will apply so they can bring in some h1bs.

Jace Jenkins
Jace Jenkins

ah, this must be the booming economy of so much work and not enough workers that Jow Forums was telling me about

Tyler Wilson
Tyler Wilson

anyone taking this as the norm is a fucking retard. a barely competent fresh graduate software engineer can make 120-150 a year if they know how to interview. the real smart ones will figure out how to work remotely so they can make that without having to live in silicon valley hell.

Lucas Fisher
Lucas Fisher

Developers' income is about to collapse in the next 10-20 years, to below the average wage (in the West). It's too easy to outsource to poor countries, probably the easiest after phone customer support.

Blake Stewart
Blake Stewart

this gives me hope as a doomer learning webdev

Noah King
Noah King

oh no

Joshua Parker
Joshua Parker

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Julian Ross
Julian Ross

Underrated post

Jack Reed
Jack Reed

Just some advice from someone who's been stuck in webdev hell for a while, you'll always find work as a webdev, and you're starting salary will probably be pretty good, however you'll soon reach a ceiling about how much you earn and should look to transition into learning how to build the back end architecture and moreso the web services themselves if you want to move up.

Josiah Russell
Josiah Russell

Why don't you use some of your crypto gains and hire some pajeet to make stuff for you?

:^)

Parker Richardson
Parker Richardson

unironically true as the billionaire kikes are working hard to make sure every third world dump across the world has cable internet

the entire internet is going to change. we might even see them begin teaching Hindu and Chinese in elementary school here in the West

Colton Peterson
Colton Peterson

2018
being a code monkey when you can do data science

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Mason Allen
Mason Allen

PLC programming is where the big money is and it'll stay that way. You can't be replaced by a pajeet in India, since there's a lot of hardware work to do.

Matthew Price
Matthew Price

Data scientists get ~40k in Europe.
US has wages like that because of VC investment bubble.
Java developers were making $500k in 1999.
Hw development moved mostly to China (Shenzen) already.

Kevin James
Kevin James

Thanks, am aware that webdev has a ceiling so it could be good to invest in a math degree after working for a year or two.

Oliver Jones
Oliver Jones

In my factory all the PLC programmers are asian, I'm not even kidding, I'm the only white. They brought them all in on visas, and slowly replaced all the white staff paying the new guys 2/3s as much.

Wyatt Thomas
Wyatt Thomas

It's too easy to outsource to poor countries, probably the easiest after phone customer support.

Given how low quality the majority of their work is and the poor communication, only large companies would risk outsourcing dev work.

Jacob Stewart
Jacob Stewart

They tend to outsource the day-to-day. All new shit seems to still be made by western trained devs, at least in my experience.

Gavin Morgan
Gavin Morgan

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The Big Dog speaks the truth

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