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True but we all can't be Nguyễn Hà Đông, PewDiePie, and Cupquake. For every dev, and YouTuber that gets rich there are thousands upon thousands that aren't. How about longevity? How long can these people continue to earn in this fashion?My nephew studied advertising at FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology) in NYC, and hasn't been able to find work in the advertising rich city. He's spent years jumping from low paying job to low paying job. The longer he isn't able to find...
I just love a good 'go to college, and live happily ever after' story. Going to college isn't a guarantor that someone is going to find a higher paying job. In fact the person might only be able to find a lower paying job once he/she graduates.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/District_of_Columbia_v._Heller
If you're referring to me I appreciate your concern but I've had plenty of discussions with @SolipsismY, and @anantksundaram throughout the years, and sometimes it's amicable and sometimes heated but I have the utmost respect for them. The truth is that I was in the wrong.
Let's hope what breaks aren't the necks and backs of tech workers because the bus driven by a second rate driver crashed.
More like Apple start your copying.
He should've done it without the media catching wind of it. It could be taken that he did it for the publicity.
I remember the story but don't know the specifics. How was he able to afford the pay raise?
Then robot devs, all of our jobs will be gone in 5 years.
The problem is when you're pay used to afford you a decent living in an expensive part of the country, and now almost overnight it doesn't.
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