re: Which non-computer science degrees apply to skills needed for a career in software development? VIEW POST

re: Any degree where you learned to handle frustration and suffering

Yeah, I was thinking that while my BA is helpful enough, what has really made me better at this stuff is being a parent. When I used to play around with coding I would give up easily. Now I'm able to accomplish a lot more because I am ok with things being hard and uncomfortable and I understand what being committed to something involves. If only that kind of background were actually seen as a plus on a resume...

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