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+ - Why Non-Coders Shouldn't Write Code-> 1

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jfruh writes "Software firm FreeCause made a bit of a splash with a policy that requires all its employees — including marketers, finance, etc. — to write JavaScript code. And not just "code to learn basics of what JavaScript can do," but "write code that will be used in production." Phil Johnson, a tech writer and editor who himself once coded for a living, thinks this is nuts, a recipie for miserable workers and substandard code. What do you think?"
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Why Non-Coders Shouldn't Write Code

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  • I'm sure I have the interpersonal / marketing bs skills to sell you the piece of shit software that these brain dead monkeys who don't have half a brain between them have pulled out of their ass and thrown against the computer.

    Oh wait.

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