Feb 25, 2016 10:27 AM GMT
A good docu but I feel a little disturbed
pellaz saidMost software practices and basic knowledge is not portable to the next job after 5 years. Lots of stress to learn the next thing.
pellaz saidthanks for the link.
to some small tiny extent you see this happening in Denver. Denver as a city is land locked by other suburban cities. There are no physical boundaries tho. I mean the poor peeps can live in suburban Aurora. While San Francisco and NYC's situation is aggravated by limited space. There is just no more land to develop.
a while back there was a realJock post to rent or own. Just think on how little you could buy a small duplex in San Francisco back in 2009 and how much it would be worth now? Maybe one should have bought a few units. Are you better off renting not owning only in say Kentucky? Are you the fool for even living there?
i got a laugh:
where does this put less affirming places like Kentucky. Bet the tech companies are thanking Kim Davis and her rock solid $90,000 yearly salary for telling them to keep away.
there was a realJock post on how every small insignificant job requires a college education. Well the real bad is how can anyone afford said education.
Technology is kinda flighty. Yes you have a software engineering degree but how long can you make it run for you? Most software practices and basic knowledge is not portable to the next job after 5 years. Lots of stress to learn the next thing.