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OK so you've damned them all & let's say they're all in Hell now...

Now what?

Civilization & The World would be a VERY EMPTY PLACE indeed.

Be a 1%'er but try not to be elitist while you're doing it.


BTW, I don't waste votes on anonymous nodes, so consider this your duly earned --, IMHO, if you have nothing to offer or contribute beyone "F those bastards..."

Grow up. This is a conversation about professional concerns & the fate of one of our bretheren. Don't send him down a road potentially leading to poverty if you're not already setting a viable example.

And don't go anonymous just because you feel like mouthing off. Bad taste...If you thought your opinion was so important, why not let us know where it's coming from?



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In reply to Re: (Anonymous coward) Advancing oneself personally and professionally as a programmer (discussion) by gregor42
in thread Advancing oneself personally and professionally as a programmer (discussion) by deprecated

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