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Wednesday 21 December 2022

Becoming a Better Coder


Programming is a very unique job. It's like being an artist, but with algorithms instead of paintbrush strokes. As programmers, we're constantly thinking about how to make something better or faster than before. This can lead to great personal growth and opportunities for financial gain.


Programming is a creative job. It's not just about writing code, but also coming up with new ideas and creating products that solve problems for customers. This can be hard to do when you're working alone in a room full of computers all day long, but it's worth the challenge!


As a programmer, you can expect to be paid well. While it may not seem like it at first glance, the average salary for programmers is higher than all other professions in America—it's just that there are so many options out there! In fact, according to Glassdoor:

The median base pay for software developers is $102,000 per year (2016).

The top 10% of earners make more than $150k per year on average.*

Global and remote opportunities

As a programmer, you can work anywhere. In fact, it's likely that if you want to do programming full-time and make good money doing it—and especially if you want to do it remotely—you'll have more options than ever before.

You may think this sounds like a dream come true: the freedom of being able to choose where your next paycheck is coming from? But there are some downsides as well!

Technical challenges

You will be solving problems all the time.

Programming is a challenging job, but it's also one of the most rewarding and fun things you can do. Programming is like having a pet: you'll get attached to your code and want to master it as much as possible. As an experienced programmer, you'll know what kind of problems your code can solve and how to write it so that it does exactly what you want it to do in every situation—which means there are plenty of opportunities for new challenges each day!

Intellect and smart people

Programming is a creative process. It's a way to express your ideas and solve problems, and it can be used in many different ways by people who want to make money or just learn new things.

Programming isn't just about the code you write; it's also about the people you meet along the way. If you're interested in learning more about programming, there are lots of resources online (like Stack Overflow) where you can find answers from other coders who have already been through similar situations as yourself—and even better: They'll give advice for how best to get started!

Becoming a programmer can give you a lot of opportunities.

Becoming a programmer can give you a lot of opportunities. There are many different industries that require skilled programmers, and the internet has made it possible for anyone to learn how to program. Programming is an easy skill to learn and will allow you to make money from home or work from any location in the world.

You can also use your programming skills in other ways:

You could become a web designer or front-end developer who designs websites for clients instead of just writing code for them (or both). This is a great alternative if you don't have any experience working with clients directly yet because it gives users more control over their websites than if they only had access through traditional coding methods like HTML5/CSS3/JavaScript!

If your goal isn't necessarily making money but rather just building things out there then this might be something worth considering too since so many people want their own sites online now days anyway so why not just build one yourself instead?


With these tips and tricks, you can always become a better coder. I know that it sounds daunting, but if you keep at them, your skills will improve quickly. And the most important thing is to have fun and enjoy learning!

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