I'd have to choose category 2, but only because the other categories do not fit me at all...

On the other hand, I resent the opportunistic bit in your definition (the bit about the money). I'm a professional programmer (as in: it's my profession...), but I'm not in it just for the money.
I chose to become one because I was - and still am, I'm told - good at solving problems. So it was the 'realistic' thing to do.

Cheers,
MichaelD


In reply to Re: What kind of programmer are you? by michaeld
in thread What kind of programmer are you? by Petras

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