On Quitting a Programming Job…

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Quitting not only means switching companies or switching to entrepreneurship. It also means saying no to the rat race more often than your peers.

In days of great resignation, Programmers say it quit quite often. The flame takes a long time to build. It also needs the right kind of fuel.

I felt a slow burn during both the high and low times in my career.

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