What does it profit a Programmer, to learn lots of coding skills... And not have an accomplished project to his/her name? | Sololearn: Learn to code for FREE!

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What does it profit a Programmer, to learn lots of coding skills... And not have an accomplished project to his/her name?

Life of a Programmer... How many skills do you have? What have you done with them? What are you currently working on? What can you contribute to the world as a programmer? Life is not all about comparison, challenges and sololearn xps.... Do something new...

12/23/2018 8:05:32 PM

John_Flavian

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Yea... but some acquire the skills and end up not using them... Job or no job... My point is that as a programmer, it's best to study and use your knowledge to build something.... Besides if one should go for a job interview, some employers might ask for accomplished projects, or project planning strategy.... I've seen a guy who has lots of certificates and skills to his name, but he can't build a responsive website... Learn your skills, but don't just rush through them... Comprehend them and try to use them to build something of your own... even if it's only one... ..... And then you can go and get that dream job...

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This has been my thought for some time,,, rightly said, what's the point having thousands of xps with no tangible project or challenging for points day and night without learning new thing or improving. That's not just the way.

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It depends alot on what you are making and much TIME it takes to make it and how many LINES you use but an Average profit of programming in USA is +45k Dollar if full time job.