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Thread: Coder || Programmer?

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    Coder || Programmer?

    If you constantly find yourself looking for answers to a solution to a problem you are facing, your a coder.
    If your still writing OOP based languages in procedural style, your a coder.
    If you have issues reading other peoples code, your a coder.
    If you have NO certifications in any languages, your a coder.
    If your disagreeing with any of the above, your a coder.

    Now you can stop putting PROGRAMMER on your resumes and portfolios.
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    LOL! This is perfect
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard_Grant View Post
    If you constantly find yourself looking for answers to a solution to a problem you are facing, your a coder.
    If your still writing OOP based languages in procedural style, your a coder.
    If you have issues reading other peoples code, your a coder.
    If you have NO certifications in any languages, your a coder.
    If your disagreeing with any of the above, your a coder.

    Now you can stop putting PROGRAMMER on your resumes and portfolios.
    I agree completely with everything stated

    <thoughtbubble>whoo, that was a close one, now I can continue to claim the status of programmer</thoughtbubble>

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    Quote Originally Posted by sage45 View Post
    I agree completely with everything stated

    <thoughtbubble>whoo, that was a close one, now I can continue to claim the status of programmer</thoughtbubble>

    -saige-


    haha, yeah i was in a really bad place when i posted this. I had to rip apart 220k lines of really bad written procedural based PHP
    spit into 10 files. And debugging was out of the issue because it was a site using AJAX. (console.log wouldn't have worked in the ajax statement the way the code was written).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard_Grant View Post
    haha, yeah i was in a really bad place when i posted this. I had to rip apart 220k lines of really bad written procedural based PHP
    spit into 10 files. And debugging was out of the issue because it was a site using AJAX. (console.log wouldn't have worked in the ajax statement the way the code was written).
    Don't worry too much about being in that 'bad place', anyone who has ever done programming has been there.

    For instance, me being in a 'bad place' --> My Own Coding Horrors.

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