When are you a developer?

Once you write any code to solve a problem

The answer really is that simple.

It doesn’t matter what programming language you used. Or if you wrote code for mobile phones, a website, or a desktop application.

Even if you wrote the tiniest amount of code, as long as you solved something with code, you are a developer. Any experienced developer knows we spend way more…

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Helping other devs evolve & make more money | Senior Developer | 6 Figure Freelancer | Entrepreneur | Build in public | https://kevinhicks.software/

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Helping other devs evolve & make more money | Senior Developer | 6 Figure Freelancer | Entrepreneur | Build in public | https://kevinhicks.software/

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