Hey programmers! What do you really do?


Over the past months I’ve posted several posts focusing on coding, more specifically on how to learn to code. As you might have read, programmers are very wanted nowadays (just check out this article). There’s also been much debate about whether to start coding or not.

Anyway, today I found this image. And even if it’s admittedly already getting a bit old, I found it funny. But it also made me think: is this really what programmers think they actually do? Do they feel they’re just putting out fires? Is there any space for true creativity? What do you think?

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