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#40 - samoaspider (7 hours ago) [-]
I've always wondered how does a job as a programmer actually looks like. Do you go to an office and just write code 8 hours a day in C / Python / (some other language) all day?
Could you give me a few examples of what you do? (I dropped out of uni where they taught programming and just wondering how life would've been after actually graduating)
#68 - angelusprimus (4 hours ago) [-]
If you are working only 8 hours a day you are either working for a shit company or its about to go down due to lack of clients.
second, if you are imagining people in suits sitting in cubicles and typing I'm going to return to shit company comment.
Most programmers I know (so pretty much everyone I work with and know) are generally dressed as "lost a client" way, except shits will most likely be geeky and they will not be in as good a shape. (ok ALMOST never)
And they work best if given freedom to be comfortable.
Our best debugger works on his laptop from a fort he made of his work desk, blanket and couple of cardboard boxes.
#44 - bothemastaofall (7 hours ago) [-]
You can still get a job. Universities are great for networking because of job fairs, guidance from faculty, etc.
I can't talk too much about specifics. Sorry about that.
I'm also still pretty new at my current company (< 3 months), so most of my work has been pretty low key. I've written some software to automate report generation, and I've refactored a bunch of their existing code, as well as run integration tests.
I work remotely until I graduate. The company issued me a laptop, and I wake up, connect to their servers, and do my work. I go onsite occasionally, but that's not very frequent. I work for a nice company who values my schoolwork waaaay more than I do.
Most of my work is in bash/shell script, perl, or C. Some of my other co workers do work in Python. When I do go onsite, it is as you think; I am there for 8 hours writing code. I do enjoy my work. I work with incredibly smart people who know what they're doing, and I get interesting problems to solve.