Don't let the sun... catch you oscillating between work dread and work guilt
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~starbreaker wrote (thread):
I'm only in my early forties, and I've come to see software development in a corporate setting (especially webdev) as an exercise in trying to build a cathedral on quicksand with resources better suited to building a trailer park. It's thankless work best automated or outsourced.
I know a lot of techies like to denigrate liberal arts education, but I think the ones who do are the ones who need it most. They have no sense of history and no grounding in philosophy, which makes them vulnerable to hucksters (like Curtis Yarvin) selling dead ideologies that we left behind for good reason.