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Last Updated: February 25, 2016
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Seniority is Irrelevant

Seniority is measured differently in each company, and most frequently, it only takes into account how many years you have been working as a programmer, instead of how hard or easy it is what you do every day. I have seen seniors copy and paste code, or even worse, write their own spaghetti code; and juniors solve the most complicated problems noone else could.

Do I know of a better way to measure skills? Heck yeah, see Programmer Competency Matrix: http://tiny.cc/7q24iw

It's all about passion.

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Passion is key, but so is experience! If only seniority indicated a surplus of relevant experience....

over 1 year ago ·