"To be honest I love to code. Sometimes, it might get stressful if you get stuck in some problem. But overall it's fun. I love coding :)"
"Incentive slabs should be introduced for software engineers. Dependency of few resources."
"I am forced to recreate the wheel in procedural programming. Stuck using code from the 1990's because it works... also there is no room for moving up due to this being a family business. I can rewrite everything they have here and save them DAYS of processing times and I didn't even get a blink. Although my manager got a pat on the back. Don't get me wrong, I'm not in it for the fame, but I would like to be accredited for my work, not watch as it's been stolen."
"I love to do the development."
"I love working as a Programmer because I enjoy creating web applications and websites. The compensation is excellent and the opportunities are endless. The only thing you could possibly hate about Programming is the headaches it can give you reading line after line of code."
"I enjoy programming which is why I have been programming for over 10 years. The experience of creating something that people will find useful, productive, and even fun gives me a feeling of satisfaction. The only time I hate being a programmer is when I sometimes get stuck on a problem for a longer time than I originally estimated. When this happens I usually ask my peers or programming communities to help me solve my problem."
"I am a programmer. Creating new systems is my passion. I hate to be interrupted from programming to participate in activities that put me away from it for a while!"
"No. My supervisor did not give me many assignments. I had to find them on my own. When I ran out of assignments, I asked my supervisor for work, but she had none to give me although she kept busy."
"I love creating digital content. I hate when stuff breaks, lol."
"It is above average to work as a programmer. We programmers get to build things that once was just a slip of mind or a blink of an idea."
"As I said, given the position was created for me, I had the autonomy to read the marketplace and leverage it for our collective success. I'd done quite well in this regard and happy to lend those successes for others."
"It's a hard career field in that it calls for you to keep up with the newest and the best technologies. I find my career most fulfilling when I am working on my own projects and carving out a name for myself in my home city as a freelance developer."
"The environment was terrific, and would not be where I am today if it had not been for Bob. He got me started down the path of programming and have not looked back since."
"I love what I do. I could not imagine doing anything else."
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